Canada, Newfoundland, George V, 25 Cents. Fine

Scarce denomination from a country that no longer issues its own coinage.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FNF7004

The Province of Canada known as Newfoundland issued its own coins up to the reign of King George VI, after that they used Canadian coins. The 25 Cent piece was only struck for two years 1917 and 1919 and only under King George V so this is an important type coin and one that is missing from many collections.

If you collect one of each denomination of each country, you will need this important silver coin. If you collect coins of a monarch, again this is a very important type coin.

We have a very limited supply.

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