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  • CANADA: (1911-1936) King George V 1914 Gold Canadian $10 PCGS Graded MS64. This highly sought after coin is graded in Mint State 64 by NGC and is one of the first ever gold coins to be produced in Canada! As they were released in such limited numbers they have always commanded great interest from collectors!

    Minted between 1912-1914 and with only two denominations the five dollar and the ten dollar the price has sky rocketed in recent years.

    This Stunning example features one of my personal favorite portraits of the Crowned head of King George V, lettering GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET IND IMP. REVERSE: The coin depicts the De facto Coat of Arms adopted in 1868; this was the first symbol of Canada to appear on a coin. PCGS MS63

  • CANADA: (1911-1936) King George V 1914 Gold Canadian $10 PCGS Graded MS64. This highly sought after coin is graded in Mint State 64 by NGC and is one of the first ever gold coins to be produced in Canada!

    As they were released in such limited numbers they have always commanded great interest from collectors!

    Minted between 1912-1914 and with only two denominations the five dollar and the ten dollar the price has skyrocketed in recent years.

    This Stunning example features one of my personal favorite portraits of the Crowned head of King George V, lettering GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET IND IMP. REVERSE: The coin depicts the De facto Coat of Arms adopted in 1868; this was the first symbol of Canada to appear on a coin.

    Canada’s official Coat of Arms decreed by King George was not adopted until much later in 1921. This is a rare and beautiful centerpiece to any collection, so don’t miss your opportunity to grab this high grade example.

  • REPUBLIC D’HAITI : Montreal Olympic 1974/76 2-coin set. Issued to celebrate the Olypics, The Commemorative coin set includes 1974 50 Gourdes Silver coin and Haiti 1974 500 Gourdes Gold coin. Presented in original case with aged toning but otherwise good condition.

    The gold coin is struck in .900 gold and weighs 6.55g, the silver 50 Gourdes is struck in .925 silver and weighs 16.75g.

  • China: 2010 gold mint state 50 Yen first strike (meaning the coin was slabbed and graded within the first 30 days of release)

    OBVERSE: Depiction of the Temple of Heaven in the center with Chinese characters on top saying “Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo” meaning People’s Republic of China and the bottom the year of issue.

    REVERSE: Features the national emblem the Chinese Panda with one tenth oz Au .999 gold. graded by PCGS MS70 First strike.

  • AUSTRALIA: (1957-Present Day) Queen Elizabeth II 2012 Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof $25 struck by the Perth Mint in Australia.

    Contains 1/4oz of 999.9 gold and features Queen Elizabeth Young Head and Old Head portraits on either side of the coin.

    Comes with case, certification and outer casing. Certification number 169.

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