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    Highly Lustrous

    Canada: 1926 Near 6 5C PCGS AU58

    $385.00
     

    With claims to uncirculated, this flashy Near 6 variety comes as close as you can to brilliant. Lustrous and white, save for a hint of yellow tones around the reverse periphery. Check out the other Canadian coins from this incredible, well-kept collection!


    Rare Variety

    Canada: 1926 Far 6 5C PCGS AU58

    $1,575.00
     

    Examples in uncirculated are nearly unheard of for this variety. This is the perfect opportunity to own a supremely choice AU. White, with booming luster. Check out the other Canadian coins from this incredible, well-kept collection!


    Key Date

    Canada: 1875-H 10C PCGS F15

    $775.00
     

    Heaton Mint, a key date for the series. This lovely original exhibits dove gray centers with deeper hues around the peripheries. Check out the other Canadian coins from this incredible, well-kept collection!


    Lovely XF

    Canada: 1884 10C PCGS XF40

    $2,075.00
     

    Deep charcoal surfaces glowing with blue tints, devices are well stuck with impeccable details. This piece looks much better than the XF40 grade given to it! Free from virtually any abrasions or distracting marks. Low Mintage


    Toned And Lustrous

    Canada: 1872-H 25C PCGS MS64

    $3,650.00
     

    Heaton Mint, featuring Victoria. This near-gem example boasts light shades of oranges and blues that dance beneath original luster. Pristine surfaces. Only 4 finer! Check out the other Canadian coins from this incredible, well-kept collection!


    Choice Example

    Canada: 1872-H 50C PCGS XF45

    $775.00
     

    Despite the choice XF grade, this example displays more than ample luster radiating around the letters and reverse leaves. Very choice, sure to command a premium. Check out the other Canadian coins from this incredible, well-kept collection!


    Unique Variety

    Canada: 1872-H A/V 50C PCGS F12

    $525.00
     

    Instead of using a "V" character on the obverse for Victoria's name, the Heaton Mint used an upside-down "A" instead. A scarce variety and exceedingly popular among specialists. Check out the other Canadian coins from this incredible, well-kept collection!


    Final Year of the Canadian $10

    Canada: 1914 $10 PCGS MS63 (Royal Canadian Gold Hoard, KM-27)

    $1,500.00
     

    .4838 oz Gold. .900 fine. Canada did not produce gold coins until 1912. The run of $5 and $10 was short lived: only 2 years, because in 1914 World War 1 began. The majority of the coins produced never saw circulation as they were locked away in secure Canadian bank vaults, undisturbed for more than 75 years. In 2012, less than 15% of the hand selected best quality pieces were sold by the Bank of Canada; the remaining 200,000+ coins were melted. (KM-27) 0.4838 oz gold.


    Final Year of the Canadian $10

    Canada: 1914 $10 PCGS MS63 (Royal Canadian Gold Hoard, KM-27)

    $1,500.00
     

    .4838 oz Gold. .900 fine. Canada did not produce gold coins until 1912. The run of $5 and $10 was short lived: only 2 years, because in 1914 World War 1 began. The majority of the coins produced never saw circulation as they were locked away in secure Canadian bank vaults, undisturbed for more than 75 years. In 2012, less than 15% of the hand selected best quality pieces were sold by the Bank of Canada; the remaining 200,000+ coins were melted. (KM-27) 0.4838 oz gold.


    Final Year of the Canadian $10

    Canada: 1914 $10 PCGS MS63 (Royal Canadian Gold Hoard, KM-27)

    $1,500.00
     

    .4838 oz Gold. .900 fine. Canada did not produce gold coins until 1912. The run of $5 and $10 was short lived: only 2 years, because in 1914 World War 1 began. The majority of the coins produced never saw circulation as they were locked away in secure Canadian bank vaults, undisturbed for more than 75 years. In 2012, less than 15% of the hand selected best quality pieces were sold by the Bank of Canada; the remaining 200,000+ coins were melted. (KM-27) 0.4838 oz gold.


    Final Year of the Canadian $10

    Canada: 1914 $10 PCGS MS63 (Royal Canadian Gold Hoard, KM-27)

    $1,500.00
     

    .4838 oz Gold. .900 fine. Canada did not produce gold coins until 1912. The run of $5 and $10 was short lived: only 2 years, because in 1914 World War 1 began. The majority of the coins produced never saw circulation as they were locked away in secure Canadian bank vaults, undisturbed for more than 75 years. In 2012, less than 15% of the hand selected best quality pieces were sold by the Bank of Canada; the remaining 200,000+ coins were melted. (KM-27) 0.4838 oz gold.


    Final Year of the Canadian $10

    Canada: 1914 $10 PCGS MS63 (Royal Canadian Gold Hoard, KM-27)

    $1,500.00
     

    .4838 oz Gold. .900 fine. Canada did not produce gold coins until 1912. The run of $5 and $10 was short lived: only 2 years, because in 1914 World War 1 began. The majority of the coins produced never saw circulation as they were locked away in secure Canadian bank vaults, undisturbed for more than 75 years. In 2012, less than 15% of the hand selected best quality pieces were sold by the Bank of Canada; the remaining 200,000+ coins were melted. (KM-27) 0.4838 oz gold.


    A Gem Final Year of the Canadian $10

    Canada: 1914 $10 PCGS MS65 (Canadian Gold Reserve)

    $3,750.00
     

    Canada did not produce gold coins until 1912. The run of $5 and $10 was short lived: only 2 years, because in 1914 World War 1 began. The majority of the coins produced never saw circulation as they were locked away in secure Canadian bank vaults, undisturbed for more than 75 years. In 2012, less than 15% of the hand selected best quality pieces were sold by the Bank of Canada; the remaining 200,000+ coins were melted. (KM-27) 0.4838 oz gold.