Canada, 2010 1 Cent Roll of 50

In 2010 Canada decided not to issue any more cents, just as Australia and New Zealand had done. We found that we had some Brilliant Uncirculated rolls of the 2010 Canadian cent in stock and thought you might be interested, Canada first issued a Cent coin in 1858 under Queen Victoria and the last coins were struck in 2010 under Queen Elizabeth II. You get a roll of 50 Brilliant Uncirculated 2010 Canadian Cents for just £9.95. Considering shipping costs and VAT and the fact that they are no longer being made, I think that is quite reasonable. It is only about 20p a coin, we only have 50 rolls available. Only for Sale in the UK due to postal costs.
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SKU: FCA5005
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