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Rare Key Date 1925 Five Cent Coin, PCGS Certified Extremely Fine 40

Item Number:

513-402
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Of all the five cent nickel dates ever issued in Canada, 1925 is the lowest mintage date ever issued, and this is the key date missing in most Canadian nickel collections. While mintages for Canadian five cent coins today are typically above 100 million, the original mintage in 1925 was just 200,050. Of the original mintage, only a small percentage has survived to this day, and of these, most are in well-worn condition.

This is a high quality example of this key date nickel, in "Extremely Fine" condition. The coin has been independently graded and certified as "EF-40" by PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service), the world's largest and most respected independent coin certification company.  

Includes:

• Rare Key Date 1925 Five Cent Coin, PCGS Certified Extremely Fine 40

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