An undetermined number of one of the Royal Canadian Mint’s recently released test tokens has been discovered with a prominent die crack through the centre of the obverse. Several of the Mint’s tri-metal tokens, which were issued as part of “R+D Lab Collection” this October, were found with die cracks by at least two southeastern Ontario dealers shortly after their release. Continue reading →
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