JUNE 2000
HARMONY

DIE VARIETIES

Jun #1 -A two coin progression pair.

Jun #1A - The Obverse shows thickened and misshapen Lettering due to Die Deterioration Doubling, particularly on the "N" of the word "REGINA". Reverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Jun #1B - The Obverse shows thickened and misshapen Lettering due to Die Deterioration Doubling, particularly on the "N" of the word "REGINA". In this stage a Plugged Crown type Chipped Die occurs. Reverse remains problem free. *Estimated value -$5.00*

Jun #2 - The Reverse shows thickened and misshapen Lettering and Date due to Die Deterioration Doubling. Many dots are visible, a dot at the upper end of the word "CANADA" marks this Die . Die Crack from the top point of the conjoined hands to the last "0" of "2000". The Obverse appears to have been freshly polished and replated. This resulted in the Die losing some of its finer details, the thistle in Queens crown appears to be floating. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Jun #3 - A small Die Crack appears on the far right point of the conjoined hands and extends into the fields towards the rim on the Reverse. Obverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Jun #4 - A small Die Crack appears on both sides of the top point of the conjoined hands and extends into the fields. Obverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Jun #5 - Floating thistle type Obverse similar to June #2, but a different Die. Reverse appears to be in a late stage as many Dots appear about the fields and joined to design elements. A Dot above the "D" in the word "CANADA" is used to mark this Die. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Jun #6 - Floating thistle type Obverse similar to June #2 & 5 but a different Die and more extreme. The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears at the top point of the conjoined hands and extends to the second "0" of "2000". *Estimated value -$2.00*

Jun #7 - Floating thistle type Obverse similar to Jun #2, #5 & #6 but a different Die. The Obverse also seems finely pitted, giving it a white frosty appearance. The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears at the top point of the conjoined hands and extends to the second "0" of "2000". Similar to Jun #6, but a different die. A large and deep Die Chip appears on the right side of the head of the bottom left figure. Die Chip appears to be shaped like a feather. *Estimated value -$7.00*

STRIKE VARIETIES

Struck on a planchet intended for an United States of America 5 Cents coin.
5 Grams, Copper Nickel.

1999

JANUARY | FEBRUARY | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE

JULY | AUGUST | SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER | NOVEMBER | DECEMBER

2000

JANUARY - PRIDE | FEBRUARY - INGENUITY | MARCH - ACHIEVEMENT

APRIL - HEALTH | MAY - NATURAL LEGACY

JULY - CELEBRATION | AUGUST - FAMILY | SEPTEMBER - WISDOM

OCTOBER - CREATIVITY | NOVEMBER - FREEDOM | DECEMBER - COMMUNITY

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