2005 Australian Twenty Five Dollar Gold Coin - Sydney Mint Sovereign - Graded PR70DCAM by PCGS - A Perfect Coin!
The 2005 “Sydney Mint” Twenty-five dollar coin from the Perth Mint issued in 2005 commemorates the 150th anniversary of the issue of Australia’s first circulation sovereign.
With an extremely low mintage of only 2,909.
Added to this, is its official grading of PR70DCAM or Proof 70, Deep Cameo.
Translated, PR70 means:
Fully struck and lustrous, free of visual marks. The PCGS 70 grading standard does allow for “as minted” defects, as long as those flaws are minor and do not impact the eye appeal of the coin.
- Heavily frosted devices on both the obverse and reverse, with no areas of the main devices unfrosted.
- Heavy contrast between the fields and devices.
In essence, a perfect example of an extremely rare coin.
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