By George S. Cuhaj, Thomas Michael, Harry Miller, David C. Harper
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The ﬁrst attempts to achieve this were violently suppressed. Hidalgo was executed, but independence did come in 1821. With revolt against central authority came a dispersal of the right to strike coins. Mexico City continued as the major facility, but other operations began. The list of these over the next century is lengthy. Mintmarks and assayer initials proliferated. The old colonial coinage standard survived the period. The 8 reales and its parts carried on. A slight reduction in bullion content had been ordered by the king in 1760, but otherwise things continued as they were.
Nickel. In Canada, nickel was removed and replaced ﬁrst by a tombac (brass) alloy and then by chromium-plated steel. Peace brought with it a return to the prewar composition. To see an example of differences between the United States and Canada, take the Canadian approach to the worldwide trend of removing silver from coinage. Canada made its move in 1968, three years after the United States. Instead of choosing a copper-nickel alloy as a substitute for silver, Canada looked to its own vast natural resources and employed pure nickel.
On coins with a moderately small design element that is prone to early wear, grade by that design alone. In the marketplace, adjectival grades are still used for Mexican coins. The numerical system for Canadian coins is now commonplace: Uncirculated, MS-60: No visible signs of wear or handling, even under a 30X microscope. Bag marks may be present. Almost uncirculated, AU-50: All detail will be visible. There will be wear on only the highest points of the coin. indd 31 6/12/12 3:00 PM 32 THE GRADING FACTOR luster present.