NOVEMBER 1999

DIE VARIETIES

Nov #1 - A three coin progression set -

Nov #1A - Small Dot due to Pitted Die Plating appears in "H" of ELIZABETH on the Obverse. (Common)
*Estimated value -$2.00*

Nov #1B - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Nov #1C - The Die Crack joins to a Bead in this progression. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Nov #2 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. The tail wing also has a Die Crack on the far left, extending into the field. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Nov #3 - The Reverse shows a Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing. It extends through a Bead and onto the rim of the coin. Similar to Nov #1 & #2 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die. The Reverse also shows misshapen lettering due to Die Deterioration particularly on the word "NOVEMBER". A Dot due to a Pitted Die is prominent between the "M" and "B" of "NOVEMBER". A small Die Crack extends in to the field from the bottom of the "N" of "CANADA". The Obverse displays very unusual misshapen lettering and Beads due to Die Deterioration, particularly from 3 o’clock to 6 o’clock. *Estimated value -$4.00*

Nov #4 - A two coin progression pair -

Nov #4A - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead. Similar to Nov #1, #2 & #3 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. This set shows Die Chips evolving from a planting flaw to a Chipped Die, this is evident on the inside top of the "C" and the bottom of the "N" in CANADA. The Obverse shows a small Die Crack extending from the upper top right extension of the crown, into the fields. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Nov #4B - The second coin of this set has a Plugged "S" of CENTS on the Obverse. *Estimated value -$6.00*

Nov #5 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3 & #4 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The tail wing also has a Die Crack on the far left, extending into the field. The Obverse shows Large Die Chips (plugged) in the "2" and "C" of 25 CENTS. *Estimated value -$6.00*

Nov #6 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4 & #5 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. The Obverse exhibits a Die Chip in the "A" of ELIZABETH (Plugged). The cross of the crown also shows the start of a Die Chip. *Estimated value -$8.00*

Nov #7 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 & #6, but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The tail wing also has a Plating flaw on the far left, in the field. The Obverse shows a Plating flaw on the top of the cross in the crown. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Nov #8 - A 6 coin progression set -Most unusual fields and later unusual Deterioration in this set.?? The set begins with a Reverse that has very fine orange peel like textured fields. Appears to be a very early Die state. Could it be that this Die is covered in a fine layer of wax or grease? The Die quickly begins to show finely misshapen lettering and design elements due to Die Deterioration. By the fourth coin a small Die Crack appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 & #6 -but a different Die. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. These later grow in thickness until the final stage. In the end stages all lettering and design elements are greatly affect. All through these stages the Obverse has remained unchanged, clearly showing that the Reverse evolved at an accelerated rate to its final state. *Estimated value -$7.00*

Nov #9 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 & #8 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. The Obverse shows misshapen lettering due to Die Deterioration, particularly on the "2" of 25 CENTS. A Die Crack extends from the top right of the crown into the fields.
*Estimated value -$4.00*

Nov #10 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 & #9 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. There is also a "Harp" above the date. *Estimated value -$10.00*

Nov #11 - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 & #10 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. The tail wing also has a Plating flaw on the far left, in the field. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Nov #12 - A 2 coin progression set -
Nov #12A - The Reverse shows a small Die Crack that appears on the extreme top left of the airplanes wing extending to a Bead and to the rim. Similar to Nov #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10 & #11 -but a different Die. This indicates a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design, particular to this Reverse Die design. The land mass directly below is also connected to bead by a Die Crack. The tail wing also has a Plating flaw on the far left, in the field. *Estimated value -$2.00*
Nov #12B - On the last progression, the cross of the crown is plugged. *Estimated value -$8.00*

Nov #13 - A 2 coin progression set -
Nov 13A- Small Dot near the bottom of the first 9 of the date on the Reverse. The Obverse shows slightly misshapen lettering due to Die Deterioration particularly on the "INA" of REGINA. *Estimated value -$3.00*
Nov #13B - The Reverse shows slightly misshapen lettering due to Die Deterioration on the word "NOVEMBER". The Obverse shows misshapen lettering due to Die Deterioration particularly on the "GIN" of REGINA. *Estimated value -$4.00*

Nov #14 - The Reverse shows misshapen lettering due to Die Deterioration particularly on the word "NOVEMBER". *Estimated value -$2.00*

Nov #15 - Mule- November Reverse with a regular Caribou Obverse. Shows Die Deterioration along the front profile of the Queen, much more advanced than the September Mule. More than 10,000 of these may have been produced. Only in PL Sets *Estimated value -$200.00*

Nov #16 - The Obverse shows Ejection doubling on the GINA of REGINA. *Estimated value -$2.00*

PLANCHET VARIETIES

Struck through Grease-Reverse. *Estimated value -$3.00*

1999

JANUARY | FEBRUARY | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE

JULY | AUGUST | SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER | DECEMBER

2000

JANUARY - PRIDE | FEBRUARY - INGENUITY | MARCH - ACHIEVEMENT

APRIL - HEALTH | MAY - NATURAL LEGACY | JUNE - HARMONY

JULY - CELEBRATION | AUGUST - FAMILY | SEPTEMBER - WISDOM

OCTOBER - CREATIVITY | NOVEMBER - FREEDOM | DECEMBER - COMMUNITY

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