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how’s it going everybody Danner here with North Central coins and welcome back to another exciting episode of the most rare and valuable coins in Canada today we’re going to be discussing a few rare tuni varieties from the year 2000 that can make you hundreds if not thousands of dollars that most of you probably had no idea even existed because Canadian $2 coins are so widely used and accessible it makes your chances of finding one of these rare air coins or varieties a lot better in this video we will explore the historical context surrounding the production of these rare gems and delve into why they hold such importance in Canadian numismatic history additionally we will discuss any distinguishing and identifying features their significance among collectors and also the potential value if you happen to own or find a legitimate example before I do get into

this I would really appreciate if you guys would smash that thumbs up subscribe if you’re new and also ring that Bell notification so you can follow along with my new content as it is being released and make sure to stay to the end of the video if you would like to find out how much you could get for these coins if if you happen to own or find one and then without any further Ado what do you say we get right into it and take a look at the Canadian 2000 pedestal variety tunies let’s get it

guys this chip airs such as the pedestal D pedestal s and pedestal Z zero varieties can be found on the 2000 Canadian tunies and are intriguing anomalies that Captivate both numismatists and collectors alike understanding the nuances of each of these varieties requires a keen eye for detail and also an appreciation for the intricacies of the minting process so what I will do is I will go through each of the three different pedestal varieties that can be found on the 2000 knowledge tunies and I will tell you how to identify them

and then we will discuss the values of all of these coins so let’s start off with the pedestal D variety this variant is distinguished by a minute die chip located on the bottom left of the letter D in the word dollars on the obverse side of the coin to identify this anomaly one must carefully inspect the lettering particularly in the word dollars the die chip you are looking for should appear as a small protrusion or imperfection often barely noticeable to the untrained eye the die chip in the pedestal divide can be located to the bottom left of the D in the word dolls moving on to the pedestal s variety to identify this you have to direct your gaze towards the bottom center of the letter s in the word

dollars on the obverse side of the coin if you can identify a small die chip at the bottom center of the letter s in dollars then you have the pedestal s variety identifying these anomalies requires meticulous scrutiny of the coin’s surface with a focus on pinpointing any deviations or irregularities in the lettering and then last but not least we have the pedestal zero variety which presents a unique die chip error on the reverse side of the coin so to locate this anomaly you need to flip over to the reverse and then look at the last digit of zero in the date of 2000 that is engraved on the coin if you can find a tiny die chip at the bottom right of the digit zero it

will set it apart from the standard issue tunies and you will have the pedestal zero variety now how exactly do these rare die chip airs come into existence the creation of die chip errs is a result of various factors inherent in the minting process during the production of coin dyes which are used to stamp designs onto blank planets imperfections can occur due to wear and tear improper maintenance or even minute particles becoming lodged within the coin Dy these imperfections manifest as Tiny protrusions or irregularities on the surface of the Dy which in turn transfer onto the coins during the Striking process the result is a series of coins featuring these subtle yet distinguishable anomalies such as the pedestal D pedestal s and pedestal zero varieties found on the 2000 knowledge Canadian tunies in the realm of numismatics these die chip errors add a level of intrigue and complexity to coin collecting they serve as tangible reminders of the meticulous craftsmanship and inherent variability that is present in the minting process as an enthusiasts continue to seek out these fascinating anomalies they contribute to the rich tapestry of numismatic History preserving and celebrating the quirks and intricacies of coinage for generations to come now

some of the details and specifications for the Canadian 2000 knowledge tunies if any of these are off and may indicate that the coin is not authentic Canada actually has a huge problem with counterfit tunies it is not too often that you will find General circulation coins that are counterfeited because usually it will not be profitable but in the case of the tunies it is actually profitable for them to make counterfeits simply because the material that is used is cheaper than the actual face value of the coin the dates you will usually find for Canadian counterfeit tunies are 1996 2000 knowledge tunies and also 2005 and 2006 so you definitely want to make sure all of the specifications are bang on if you want to identify any of the pedestal varieties and be able to get the maximum amount of money out of this coin because if you identify these on a counterfeit it will be pretty much worthless so the coin is composed of 100% nickel for the outer ring and the inner core is composed of 92% copper 6% aluminum and 2% nickel it has a weight of 7.3 G it has a diameter of 28 mm for the exterior and 16.8 mm for the center with a thickness of 1.80 mm it was designed designed and engraved by Dora dedri hunt for the obverse and cosme saffiote for the reverse the edge is interrupted serration and the DIA axis is in metal alignment as is the standard for most Canadian British and Australian coins now let’s get into the value for the different pedestal varieties for these 2000 knowledge tunies first we’ll start off with the 2000 knowledge tuni without any errors or varieties

it can be worth around $2.90 for an ms60 and all the way up to around $150 for an ms67 now if you can identify the pedestal D variety which will mean there will be a small die chip located to the bottom left on the D in the wording for dollars on the obverse of the coin it can be worth around $5 for an ms63 and all the way up to $350 for an ms66 so the pedestal D variety is about twice as valuable as the regular 2,000 knowledge tuni without any errors or varieties and then then we have the 2000 knowledge pedestal s variety you can identify this by locating the die chip on the center bottom of the s in the wording for dollars it can be worth around $520 for an ms63 and around $300 for an ms66 it’s actually a little bit less valuable and rare than the pedestal D variety but still worth a lot more than the regular issue without any errors attributed now I wasn’t actually able to find any of the pedestal zero variety price listings online but if I had to give an estimate

I would say that it is probably similar in price to the other two probably worth around $300 for an ms66 and it can probably worth around $5 to $10 all of these for an ms63 example when it comes to their lowend value is pretty much a case of whatever you can get someone to pay for it is what you will get if the die chip for any of these pedestal varieties is very noticeable then it may add a slight premium to the coin also if you can compound any of these varieties together for instance if it has the pedestal D and the pedestal s variety at the same time then you will probably also see some price jumps it could easily double the value of this coin if you’re able to get the pedestal D and S variety both attributed to it

I couldn’t doubt that you could get easily around $1,000 for it if it is a high-grade example around an ms66 or ms67 so these are some good varieties to look for none of the Canadian Tunis unfortunately are worth a whole lot on the low end if you can identify any of these aors or varieties for these pedestal Canadian tunies is pretty much a matter of they are worth whatever you can get somebody to pay for them now what do you guys think about the Canadian 2000 pedestal DS and zero tuni airs what would you do if you ever found one or if you ever have found any of the coins that I discussed in this video please let me know down in the comments

I would love to know also I would really appreciate if you guys would smash that thumbs up subscribe if you’re new and also ring that Bell notification so you can stay up to date with my new content as it is being released but I think that is pretty much going to do it for this one.

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