Discussion in 'World Coins' started by 7Jags, Mar 26, 2020 at 12:07 AM.
I have not seen another. GTG if you like or please comment.
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If it is a proof, it can't be AU
2004 Krause edition does not show any proof version. It is KM#747.2 ?
ok. great coin by the way.
). I have a lot to learn about this series, but luckily it is not a primary area of collecting for me.
This is in no way true. Remember a “proof” refers to a manufacturing process. A proof coins can and do find their way into circulation. Circulation wear does not change the fact that the coin is a proof; however, it may become impaired. An impaired proof is still a proof. I primarily collect 18th century English and Irish proof copper, and I have a handful of particularly rare circulated proof patterns in my collection.
I here ya, but I have seen plenty of proofs that have circulated.
I doubt anyone would call this one impaired. Too pretty for that.
And a beautiful coin, perhaps we can call it a CP Circulated Proof or AUP Almost Uncirculated Proof.
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