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 For latest maundy set values look at the section "Maundy Values". This section will give you an indication  of current values for Maundy sets.

Details of coin gradeing are shown below.


                             


Condition of coins is paramount.Uncirculated and proof sets are normally worth substantially more.

Shown below is the UK gradeing system.

COIN DEFINITIONS :

Proof -  A coin struck from specially prepared dies giving superior definition and mirror like fields.

FDC - Flawless. Definition usually used with proofs.

UNC - An uncirculated coin as issued by the Royal Mint.

EF - Extremely fine. Only little sign of circulation. Minimal / faint wear.

VF - Very fine. Some wear on raised surfaces.

F - Fine. Coin shows a lot of wear to raised surfaces.

Fair - Coin shows wear. Main features are still legible.

Poor - Cosiderable wear is apparent.


Examples of US gradeing system as follows:

PF65-70 -  Fleur de coin

MS66-MS70 - Fleur de coin

MS65 - GEM Uncirculated

AU50-55 - Extremely fine

VF30-35 - Very fine

F15 - Fine

Good 4-6 - Fair

Poor - Poor


Please see later section for an indication of Maundy Set Values




 See also sub section on ------ RARITY OF MAUNDY SETS


                       




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