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  • Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913
  • Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913
  • Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913
  • Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913
  • Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913

Item: J0032

Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913

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Canada, Commonwealth. A Five Dollar Gold Coin, 1913

(Currency, Coins). Antique. A circular coin constructed of 21kt gold. The obverse features the bust of King George, encompassed by the inscription “GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET IND IMP”. The bust is marked at the shoulder “B.M” for the obverse designer E. B. MacKennal. The reverse bears the Canadian coat of arms encompassed by a maple leaf wreath, above the wreath is the inscription “CANADA”, and the date “1913” and denomination “FIVE DOLLARS” are below the wreath. The edge of the coin is reeded. Measuring 21.71mm (diameter) and weighing 8.3 grams. Exhibiting a lovely lustre, M62. This coin has been graded MS62 by ICCS (International Coin Certification Service). ICCS is a Canadian coin certification company located in Toronto. They have been operating since 1986.
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