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    An Unsurpassable Specimen 25 Cents

    Edward VII Specimen 25 Cent 1902-H, Heaton mint, KM11, SP68 PCGS. The most impressive Canadian quarter this cataloger has ever seen and easily among the most visually stunning coins in the entire sale - the surfaces remain immaculate with memorizing satiny luster that uniformly blankets the tone-free fields as well as the devices. Likewise, the strike was executed to technical perfection with crisp detail down to the veins in the leaves on the reverse wreath. Extremely rare as a Specimen striking and for the Canadian collector that endeavors to assemble the finest set of the denomination, one can imagine few greater prizes.
    From The Prager Collection of Canadian Specimen Coins




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    Auction Dates
    April, 2014
    10th-16th Thursday-Wednesday
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