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YAHOOChristmas has come early
All 1859's
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I hope Santa was good to you Don good luck on the 59's
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I hope Santa was good to you Don good luck on the 59's

Thanks and I wish everyone a happy Christmas
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Hmmmm .... It looks like you have another friend who sends you '59's. Have a good Holiday, Don.
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1892 5 cent Repunched 9/9/9



1888 5 cent

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Here is a cool coin I picked up recently. Anyone have any info on it such as mintage? I believe it was part of a set but why would someone break the set up? Not my latest Canadian coin purchase, that one is in transit. Stay tuned folks.




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That coin is the 50-cent piece from the RCM's annual silver proof set (mintage 15,000). It is .9999 silver, 9.25 grams.

Personally I break some of my sets up and I do have some in PCGS holders (especially US coins), though I still have plenty of sets in their original packaging. I do as I please, and I'm sure others do too (or they are breaking up sets, grading, and selling to try and bring a profit).
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Thanks for the reply jazzy! Thought the mintage would have been higher.

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Here is a cool coin I picked up recently.
Very nice!
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That coin is the 50-cent piece from the RCM's annual silver proof set
So.....does the 'S' in the designation "S50C" on the label stand for silver? If the coin was from the 'clad' D-Day 75th Anniv. Set, how would it be labeled? Just "50C" or some other letter in front of the '5'?
I normally stay away from buying slabbed coins, but if I do have to pick up one in the future, I'd like to know a little bit more about labeling rules/techniques/etc. TY

PS: Oops, one more ?. Do all grading companies use the same labeling 'rules', or do they differ? TY (again)
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