Decimal Errors and Varieties

Lot Image Description Est Price
1948  Click Here 

One Cent 1968 struck in aluminium Unc, the first we have offered  
$500.00
1949  Click Here 

Two Cents 1967 missing SD variety (5) scarce (C/V=$100 each); plus a normal issue for comparison, some minor spotting otherwise red aUnc-Unc (6 coins)  
$300.00
1950   

Two Cents 1967 missing SD variety, VF-aUnc (8 coins)  
$200.00
1951  Click Here 

Two Cents 1980 very weakly struck resulting in the obliteration of much of the obverse legend, red and brown Unc  
$175.00
1952   

Five Cents 1968; Ten Cents 1975; Twenty Cents 1966 all with split planchets VF-Unc (3 coins)  
$125.00
1953   

Twenty Cents 1981 Canadian die with 3.5 claws, aUnc-Unc (10 coins)   
$125.00
1954  Click Here 

Fifty Cents 1983 scalloped edge misstrike resulting in raised metal portion over each of the twelve edges, Unc  
$100.00
1955   

Fifty Cents 1983 double struck resulting in raised rim areas; plus One Dollar 1984 with filled dies (2), 19895 missing first three digits in date, and 2001 with 40 die upset, Fine-gVF (5 coins)  
$75.00
1956  Click Here 

One Dollar muled with Ten Cents 2000 obverse die, gVF or better   
$500.00


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