Re: CCN August 30, 2011 Page-23
>> 1936 Dot ... Specimen only strike ... No Known Circulation Issues, Extremely Rare ... SP-63 $150,000; SP-66 $250,000 <<>> Any ideas what the individuals behind TRENDS are referring to? ... cbu <<
"No Known Circulation Issues" ... It has often been said, that within every piece of fiction written ... there exists some shred of truth...
As they are most-likely referring to the "Spurious" 1936 10˘ dot (aka Pittman dot) ... there could not possibly be any circulation issues known, as only the Mint is legally allowed to coin such : ) ...
**SPURIOUS: A false piece made to deceive, often an original creation rather than a copy of a known item. Not genuine, counterfit, false [ page 381, Coins of Canada 2011, 29th edition]
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