Thank you guys for the replies, and Alan you are very welcome, and thank you as well I do my best to try and document everything I find of interest. Even if some things turn out to be nothing or something of interest I think it saves others so they can focus on other finds, just my way of giving back for all the help I get on here.
There are a few deformed letters on this coin, the C in cent is also open more, the E in cent is thinner, the N is missing part of its leg, the T looks different, the three points of the 1 is also more "sharp" and pointy compared to the other proof from ebay. You can also see that all three "A"s in Canada look oddly thicker leaving the smaller space inside the A and to top it off the last 6 in the date looks really thin compared to the rest of the numbers in the date.
But I was just curious to know since this is a proof like strike, shouldn't proof coins be error free and as close to perfect as possible unlike this example? to the best of my knowledge I thought that proof dies were paid extra special attention to detail over what business strikes would usually get.
They say coin roll hunting is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your gonna get.... I think it went something like that, I was too busy looking at coins.
This is my very first error coin I found that got me hooked.
- 1989 Belize 25 Cent's with a Doubled Die Reverse http://goccf.com/t/362747