1967 Canadian Dollar. Two angles?

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new canada 1
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1967 Canadian Dollar. Two angles?

Post by new canada 1 » Sat Apr 25, 2020 3:06 pm

Hi guy's. My 1967 D. I took two photo's of the one coin with two different angles. One angle appears to be PL and the other looks more toned. Which one do you guy's prefer? Thanks :) Sorry, don't know how to post pics upright.LoL
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Re: 1967 Canadian Dollar. Two angles?

Post by JNOD » Sun Apr 26, 2020 2:06 pm

I've found this forum to be fairly disappointing - the site is great for data on various Canadian coins but not so much for conversation. I suggest you try here:

https://www.coincommunity.com/forum/for ... ORUM_ID=32

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Re: 1967 Canadian Dollar. Two angles?

Post by coinguy » Sun Apr 26, 2020 3:16 pm

If you are going to join the CCF, one of their requirements for posting pictures is that they are to be cropped and facing the right way, so you better learn how to post pictures the right way. Those who don't are usually told to do so in the future. Other than that it is a great site.

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Re: 1967 Canadian Dollar. Two angles?

Post by GBELEC » Sun Apr 26, 2020 5:56 pm

I agree that there isn't much response to a post on this sight , there is a lot more on CCF but the big part of it is based on US currency. I like to read them both. I don't feel confident enough to be giving anyone advise or i would reply to more stuff here. I can tell you new canada 1 that your photos showed up on my computer the right way. I don't know for grading what Angle is the best but i prefer the set that had better focus. for me that is the most important thing of any picture is to have it in good focus, and so often that is not the case.

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