OCTOBER 2000
CREATIVITY

DIE VARIETIES

Oct #1 - Reverse has unusual patches of frost at the base of the left 2 oars, appears to be due to deteriorating plating in those areas. Obverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #2 - Misshapen Beading due to Die Deterioration, particularly around the 5:00 o’clock position of the Obverse. Reverse appears quite fresh and problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #3 - A Three coin progression set.

Oct #3A - Reverse has light dots about the fields. A light plating flaw above the "N" of "CANADA" and joined to the bottom of the canoe appears. Obverse appears quite fresh and problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #3B - Light dots that appeared earlier have now disappeared. The plating flaw above the "N" of "CANADA" and joined to the bottom of the canoe begins to deepen and Chip the Die. Obverse has partially plugged crown due to a Chipped Die. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Oct #3C - The Die Chip above the "N" of "CANADA" and joined to the bottom of the canoe becomes quite prominent. Obverse plugged crown grows to fill half of the opening. *Estimated value -$4.00*

Oct #4 - Small Die Crack from the base of the "N" in "CANADA" to lower Beads on the Reverse. Obverse has a large Dot, due to a Plating flaw, between the "L" and "I" of the word "ELIZABETH". *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #5 - Slight plating defects appear at the base of the oars on the Reverse. Similar to Oct #1, but a different Die. Obverse has a small Die Crack extending from the right point of the Maltese crown into the fields. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #6 - Floating Thistle type Obverse. Due to Die Polishing and Replating that resulted in the Die losing some of its finer details. Other than that, both Obverse and Reverse are problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #7 - A plating flaw above the "N" of "CANADA" and joined to the bottom of the canoe appears, similar to Oct #3, but a different Die. Obverse appears problem free. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Oct #8 - A plating flaw above the "N" of "CANADA" and joined to the bottom of the canoe appears, similar to Oct #3 &7 -but a different Die. Slightly misshapen Beading due to Die Deterioration, particularly around the 5:00 O’clock position of the Obverse. *Estimated value -$2.00*

STRIKE VARIETIES

Struck through Grease Reverse.
Mary Ann Etmanskie, Killaloe. *Estimated value -$15.00*

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JULY | AUGUST | SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER | NOVEMBER | DECEMBER

2000

JANUARY - PRIDE | FEBRUARY - INGENUITY | MARCH - ACHIEVEMENT

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

JULY - CELEBRATION | AUGUST - FAMILY | SEPTEMBER - WISDOM

NOVEMBER - FREEDOM | DECEMBER - COMMUNITY

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