Were you one of those trying to save state quarters back in the mid 2000's?

Did you manage to actually save them up until now?

Take a close look at that coin.

Not all are exactly the same.

Some imperfections and differences can make them worth a lot more than just 25 cents, if you know what you are looking for.

How about anywhere from $35 to $175?

There's even some out there worth up to $2000.

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This video, below, is all about the 2007 Wyoming Quarter.

The hose will show you the ins and outs of this coin, including its history and the context in which the coin was minted in, its appeal to collectors, and the various values it may have depending on its condition.

The 2007 Wyoming Quarter mint errors and varieties - if there is not a section for one of them, that means that there are none known.

If you are patient you can find the errors that make the coin worth more.

If you're wondering how a little imperfection in a coin can be worth so much, honestly it's just a matter of how excited collectors get about the error in the coin.

Watch this video to learn what to look for.

Little mistakes can be worth a lot to collectors.

So grab a magnifying glass or you'll miss it.

Then the problem will be, if you want to sell it, finding those collectors that want these coins.

What the coin was made out of or covered with will also count toward the worth in a collectors market.

Here is a Silver Proof coin that's worth about $250.

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And you thought this was just a quarter.

Well, it might be.

Most are.

But now and then there is that coin where -- if you had only known.

Devils Tower As Seen From The Mother Ship

If you've see the movie (documentary) Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, then you know what it looked like to see "The Mother Ship" descending down to Devils Tower.

But what did it look like from the Mother Ship's point of view?

We don't have any actual photos from the Mother Ship

So we recreated the scene using Google Earth and one Nasa Photo.

Reading The Past - Chugwater Wyoming Newspaper

These pages of the old Chugwter Wyoming newspaper show us coverage of the region from back in the 1940s.

There was little local news, other than the war.

But what was published at the time was important to the people of the area.

It was, in most case, the only news they had from outside their little ranch or town.

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