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Spectacular Gem Specimen 25 Cents
George V Specimen 25 Cents 1934 SP66 PCGS, Royal Canadian
Mint, KM24a. While their scant mintage dictates that all
denominations from the 1934 set are extremely rare, it might be
that the largest denominations in the set, the quarter and half
dollar, are most prohibitive. This is certainly borne out by the
PCGS Population Report, which shows the present example as one of
only two Specimens certified, both at the SP66 tier (the other
"plus" certified). The coin itself remains as a gem should, fully
lustrous and well-struck. Whispers of tone touch both sides, but
the overall appearance is one of brilliance. What more can we say
than, "another monumental opportunity!".
Ex. Prager Collection of Canadian Specimen Coins
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