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    George V Specimen 25 Cents 1931 SP67 PCGS, Royal Canadian mint, KM24a. A fantastic rarity from George V's reign, thought to have been produced in numbers of around a dozen, though unrecorded in this format, and issued for ceremonial purposes. At present time, this offering is certified among two other examples in this pinnacle of quality at PCGS Stunning, russet color evenly dresses the dove-gray surfaces, drawing attention to a masterfully produced strike on both sides. Possibly tied to the transition of the Ottawa mint when it passed from a branch of the British Royal Mint to an officially Canadian institution in 1931, further adding strong historical significance to this specimen. A bold selection, perfect for the specialized collectors of Canadian numismatics.

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