A 1921-dated 50-cent coin in Specimen-64 condition is expected to bring upwards of $200,000 during the five-session sale held in conjunction with the upcoming convention of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA). The centrepiece of the 2,285-lot sale, which will be hosted Aug. 8-13 by The Canadian Numismatic Company (TCNC), will be the aforementioned 50-cent piece, commonly known as the “King of Canadian Coins.” Continue reading →
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