I am not sure about you guys... BUT..think about it..
the mint produces millions of each Canadian circulation denomination since after 1967.
they use very modern equipment. they use the latest die technology.
However, they have to make it interesting.
so? how do we keep the collectors as customers?
oh... yes, we make a few with a slight difference.. and everyone will go bananas over it.....
I notice, their assumption is now reality.
Guys and girls.. , make sure you turn every bank upside down for these "mint errors"..
RCM can tell you exactly where they sent them to...
there are very few and true mint errors in the new coins.
A real dedicated collector does not touch most of them... because most were purposely made by RCM.
real errors are easily identified and are not just another die or another font used.
want to collect real errors... check out the old Canadian coins... 1858 to 1915.... that is where the treasures are...
these were the times when dies were hand made, and errors, once made in the dies, were just too time consuming to correct right away. OR, were simply and honestly over looked...
Over looked? right..easy, as the mind plays games on you when you always see the same..same...same...same....same...some...
Now back to coffee, cup #3