Grade distributing within modern 5 cents rolls
I'm about finished looking at original rolls of the modern 5 cents from 1965 to date and I wanted to share an observation on the quality distribuion of the coins. This is an approximation and there are individualn variations for specific years. The observation is based on looking at around 2 to 3 rolls for each year and is not date specific. The table below gives the % quality distribution for the modern 5 cents original business strike rolls.
0.1 MS65 1 MS64 5 MS63 30 MS62 65 MS60
I believe that these figures probably also hold true for the GV and GVI 5 cents business strikes when they where issued but I'm unable to poove this since I have not had access to any original rolls. The distribution within the first part of the EII series 1953 to 1964 may be a little lower in higher grades if the rest of the years prove to be similat to the 1963 and 1964 years, that remains to be seen. Grading was done in what I estimate to be conservative technical Canadian method. Any input is appreciated.
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