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Re: 1910 Edwardian Half

One of those strange coins, where it appears that there are more Edward leaves than Victoria around in lower grades, but for some reason it is much rarer in high-grade than the Victoria leaves. I suspect that the Victoria leaves variety was made first, and people who collected saved them. No-one noticed the variety for years, so both weren't saved. My take is that the Edward leaves in rarer than people think in Unc, and decidedly rare in MS-63 and up. I bought the MS-64 in the Canadiana sale in January 2010, because it was the best that I have seen.

AussieBob, 4/11/2011
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