Dec #1 - A very interesting three coin progression set.
Dec #1A - Dots are apparent on the Reverse. One in particular is of special note appears above the fish, as indicated in the image map above. This Dot is noteworthy as it disappears in the next progression. The Obverse exhibits warped fields, as indicated in the image map above, that may be due to Tool Damage. A large chip in the fields in front of the crown is also evident in all stages of this Die. *Estimated value -$10.00*
Dec #1B - Dot above the fish has disappeared on the Reverse. A Plating flaw is evident adjoined to the top of the Flag. Obverse remains as 1B. *Estimated value -$10.00*
Dec #1C - Plating flaw on flag progresses to a Die Chip. Obverse remains unchanged. *Estimated value -$10.00*
Dec #2 - A Tool Mark appears through a Beads above the Queens crown on the Obverse. Reverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$4.00*
Dec #3 - Slight Collar Clash Marks can be seen around 2:00 O’clock on the Reverse, while the Obverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$4.00*
Dec #4 - A large Dot appears in the first "G" of "D G REGINA" on the Obverse. The Reverse shows a small Die Chip joined to the bottom of the "D" in the word "CANADA". *Estimated value -$2.00*
Dec #5 - A two coin progression set.
Dec #5A - Die Plating on the top left side of the Maltese cross in the Queen’s crown appears torn on the Obverse. Die Cracks are evident on the points of the cross extending into the fields. Reverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$3.00*
Dec #5B - Die Plating flaw on the top left side of the Maltese cross in the Queen’s crown has now progressed to a Die Chip. Light Dots now appear on the Reverse. *Estimated value -$4.00*
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