Canadian coins price guide and values. The value of a canadian coin depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more.Values in the section are based on the market, trends, auctions and recognized books, publications and catalogs.
Canadian One Cent Calgary Coin offers an extensive selection of Canadian coins including large and small cents for sale on the internet and in my store here in Calgary. I usually have most dates available in a variety of grades and prices for collectors at all levels, usually priced at a discount from the Canadian Coin News trend sheet price guide.
Internet Only Great Online Only Auction with lots of things for collectors of all sorts. Morgan Dollars, Peace Dollars, Silver Coins, Commemroatives, Graded, Ungraded, Original Go On the 50 cent the over 875,000 of the regular Canadian arms type were issued both in rolls and some mint sets. The commemorative issue depicts a stylized maple leaf simply known as the 150th Logo, for which I have not yet determined any mintage figures and while it does occur in some but not all mint sets I am not sure if they were issued in rolls. Niue- 2016 - 1/4 OZ Gold Proof Coin- Princess Merida,1932 CANADIAN 50 CENT PIECE SILVER (KEY DATE),2013 france 4 x 10 euro silver Tour de France complete set proof box certificate
I have a Pile of Canadian .50 cent pieces & a Few Silver Dollars. I haven't looked at them in a while but i am sure they are all from the 1960's & 70's. I am not a Coin collector so i may consider trading for Good Hockey Rookies from the last few years. 50-Cents, 1937-52 (George VI) Coins weigh 11.66 grams with a diameter of 29.72 mm and have a composition of .800 silver, .200 copper. Two obverse was used during this period. Waste removal is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. On the darkened streets of New York City, it's a race for survival. Two-Cent piece: US Two-cent piece issued from 1864-1873. V Nickel: Nickname for the Liberty Head Nickel issued from 1883-1912: Walking Liberty Half Dollar: US 50 cent piece issued from 1916-1945. wartime nickel: US Jefferson 5 Cent piece issued from 1942-1945. The composition was changed to remove nickel, which was a valuable war material.