Both of these were in ICCS MS-66 Red holders. I tried to get PCGS to cross them at that level, but no dice. Both are now in PCGS MS-65 Red holders and are terrific coins. The detailed PCGS photos emphasize the flaws more than you notice them in hand.
The 1913 was part of a half roll of 1913 cents that showed up at an ANA show ten or twelve years ago. As I recall, ICCS graded the group and put four or five into MS-66 Red holders (the rest were 65's and 64's). This was one of the 66's.
I haven't seen an ICCS pop report for a while, but I think this 1900 may be the only one they have graded at 66.
rob you have the most beautiful set of canadian cents with varieties I have ever seen, I can only dream of owning my self, as I'm sure most have noticed large cents especially vickys are my favorite thing to collect. thanks to the in depth study and publication from you and a few others here on this site and I am grateful for all of your hard work ,otherwise my collection would still be sitting in a shoe box in the cupboard. you guys have given me the "thril of the hunt" feeling once again