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- Wed Feb 01, 2023 7:37 pm
- Forum: 1 dollar
- Topic: 1982 Voyageur "Patched Canoe"
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Thanks for your help in trying to figure this out. I have attached photos of the 1986 "patched canoe" using the same microscope and lighting as an example. In my opinion they have the same "texture".
Thanks for the feedback. I went through all 120 coins again and found another 5 (9 total) with this exact feature. I'm thinking it must be struck through scrap because all 9 coins have the "c" in the exact same location and "subtle strike". If it were added after the minting process the likelihood o...
I examined a number of 1969 dollar coins this weekend and I found four coins that seem to have the letter C on the canoe in the exact same location and orientation. It is exactly the same on each coin so I have ruled out post mint damage. It is very subtle but when the light hits it right it shows u...
- Fri Jan 13, 2023 2:24 pm
- Forum: 10 cents
- Topic: 2021 Bluenose Struck Through Grease, Rigging, 37 coins
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Going through the two 2021 Bluenose mint boxes, I found another struck through grease sequence/progression. It is in close proximity to the struck through grease, C in cents, progression post I uploaded a few months back. It is on the rigging of the Bluenose near the c in cents and consists of 37 co...
I have questioned these 2017 mintages too. I have only found one 2017 common loon coin and no 2017 polar bear coins in the wild. I also question the mintages for the regular version of the 2017 five cent coin at 106,680,000 as I have only found one in the wild. Are there any other coin roll hunters ...
I wrote "I assume they were never circulated" because this website usually states "was originally struck for PL and SP products, therefore not intended for circulation" like the 1997,1998,1999, 2000 and 2001 loonies. Since I posted this I checked the Royal Canadian Mint website and it confirmed they...