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    George V 50 Cents 1932 MS65 PCGS, Royal Canadian Mint, KM25a. Just 19,213 50 Cents were struck in 1932, rendering them one of the famous low-mintage dates of the entire series. Heavily collected even in VF-XF grades, this astounding gem offering is in another league altogether, residing firmly at the gem level grade. Bearing full mint luster and exquisite striking detail, besides a scratch below the 9 in the date this piece exhibits very few contact marks or hairlines whatsoever. The last specimen of this quality we handled was in our January 2010 sale, where it realized $17,000 hammer; nearly a decade on, we are sure that this piece will appeal to the highest tier collectors of the Canadian numismatic series.

    Auction Info

    Bidding Begins Approx.
    July
    19th Friday
    Auction Dates
    August
    15th Thursday
    Proxy Bidding Begins Approx.
    32 Days
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