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    The Rarest of the 1947 Specimen Sets

    Ex: Pittman Collection

    George VI Specimen Set 1947, 1) Cent, KM32, SP64 Red PCGS.

    2) 5 Cents, KM39a, SP64 PCGS.

    3) 10 Cents, KM34, SP65 PCGS.

    4) 25 Cents, KM35, SP64 PCGS.

    5) 50 Cents - Curved 7, KM36, SP65 PCGS.

    6) Dollar - Blunt 7, KM37, SP64 PCGS.

    The rarest of the three varieties of Specimen sets that were produced in 1947 and thought to have been struck in quantities as little as 12 sets. Because all the denomination received a light lacquering at the mint, their color and luster remain essentially as-made. Imperceptible handling defines the grade. A rare chance to acquire a full set.

    Ex: Pittman Collection (Akers 8/1999).
    From The Prager Collection of Canadian Specimen Coins


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