SEPTEMBER 1999

PLANCHET VARIETIES

3% Clip at 11:00

Displaced Metal before the strike -also known as "Extra Metal" or "Rolling Fold".
Nice example of a tough error type. *Estimated value -$20.00*

DIE VARIETIES

Sep #1 - Tool Damage Doubling. These coins appear to be struck by a Die pair that was damage by striking previously struck part of a Feed Finger.. The contact left an impression of the left side of the Reverse, on the right side of the Reverse. The face of the first figure can be seen in the body of the third figure. A corresponding "arc" from the edge of the die fragment is also evident in the fields of the reverse of this coin. (Please note the red area in the Die Variety "Map" above. A The Obverse shows afflicted(dented) fields. A progressionary second coin shows the formation of a large Dot due to a Pitted Die, on the Obverse below the Bust. Some of these are struck through a slightly Filled Die at 3:00 o'clock on the Reverse. *Estimated value -$140.00*

Sep #2 - Large Dot below the "S" in SEPTEMBRE on the Reverse. The Obverse shows a Die Plating flaw in the fields between the "E’ of ELIZABETH and the base of the bust. *Estimated value -$2.00*

Sep #3 - Die Break on the left side of the left head on the Reverse. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Sep #4 - Peeled Die Plating on the left side of the left head and a Die Break on the Right side of the right head, on the Reverse. *Estimated value -$5.00*

Sep #5 - Peeled Die Plating on the left side of the left head on the Reverse. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Sep #6 - A 2 coin progression pair -
The first shows Peeled Die Plating on the Right side of the right head on the Reverse. *Estimated value -$2.00*
The second coin shows Peeled Die Plating on the left side of the left head also. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Sep #7 - Peeled Die Plating on the left side of the left head and Right side of the right head on the Reverse. This would suggest a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design of the Die. *Estimated value -$4.00*

Sep #8 - Large Dot due to a Pitted Die, below The "A" of ELIZABETH. *Estimated value -$3.00*

Sept #9 - Mule- September Reverse with a regular Caribou Obverse. Shows Die Deterioration along the front profile of the Queen. Maybe up to 10,000 of these produced. Only in PL Sets *Estimated value -$200.00*

STRIKE VARIETIES

Filled Die Strike at 3 o’clock. Beads are faint or missing on both Obverse and Reverse. *Estimated value -$4.00*

Struck through Grease-Reverse. -1 matched pair. *Estimated value -$3.00 ea.*

Partial Tilted Collar. *Estimated value -$15.00*

Double Strike (Both Broadstrikes) and Struck through Grease. *Estimated value -$300.00*

1999

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JULY | AUGUST | OCTOBER | NOVEMBER | 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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