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2024 silver/gold maple leaf privy mark.

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Last time I check you can only get it with their blister/assay card and cost almost twice as much as spot price right now. Can't say it worth the premium even if you include the fact it the first year King Charles silver maple leaf and that it have a special privy mark. But who knows maybe it be a crazy collector item.

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10 hours ago, SeverinDigsSovereigns said:

Don't think they are of any significance. However, if they come at roughly the same price then why not?

I wish these weren't in assay card and be sold to dealers in with a maximum mintage. I would like to buy a few tubes of these.

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8 hours ago, Shinus73 said:

I have several of the silver reverse proof privy mark maple leafs, but have not seen any of these in recent years. Are they still an annual thing?

Is your silver reverse proof privy mark in assay card or blisters packs?

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I don’t know how they were sold originally, but they weren’t in assay cards. All of mine are now in capsules.

This is the tiger privy from 1998, the first year they were issued.


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