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    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.