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Canada, 5 Cents 1887

Victoria, Very Good - Fine Scarce
£20.00

Canada, 5 Cents 1900

Victoria, Very Fine KM2
£20.00

Canada, 5 Dollars, 2016 Superman, 1 oz 0.9999 Silver.

Brilliant Uncirculated Canadian 'Superman' Silver 5 dollar silver crown-size.
£39.50

Canada, 50 Cents 1911

George V, KM19, a one year type coin Good-Very Good
£50.00

Canada, Canadian Father & Daughter Dollars

Here is something rather special for you. A Canadian Silver Dollar of King George VI dated the last year of issue (1952) and a Silver Dollar of his Daughter, Queen Elizabeth II dated for her Coronation (1953). Both are full crownsized, struck in 800 fine Silver and in Extremely Fine condition. A Canadian Silver Dollar of Father and Daughter, what a fantastic offer, get them while you can.
£49.50

Canada, Charlottetown Silver Dollar, 1964

Canada was the last country in the world to issue commemorative silver dollars that were actually used in everyday usage. Here we are offering a 1967 Canadian Dollar in Uncirculated condition featuring Charlottetown; these are full crownsized coins and struck in 800 fine Silver.
£32.50

Canada, Edward VII Large Cent

The Canadian large Cent was only made for three Monarchs, Queen Victoria, Edward VII and George V. After that they went down to a small cent and a few years ago, they stopped making cents completely. We have always had difficulty finding the Edward VII Canadian large cents, but then a parcel came in. The coins are in Very Good – Fine condition and dates will vary, but remember that this series was only made from 1902-1910.
£6.50

Canada, George V Large & Small Cents

Large size cent issued from 1911-1920 and the small cent issued from 1920-1936
£6.95

Canada, George V, Silver & Nickel 5 Cents

Both the small silver 5 cents and the large nickel 5 cent coins.
£10.95

Canada, George VI 5 different 5 cents

During the reign of King George VI Canada issued five different types of 5 Cent coins, commonly known as nickels. The first type was the round one with the beaver, the second type was 1942 in tombac with the beaver, the third type was the V for Victory in tombac, the fourth was V for Victory in steel and the last was the commemorative for Nickel 1781-1951 in nickel. We can offer a collection of all five types of George VI nickels in Fine or better condition. A wonderful little set and more and more difficult to put together these days. Our agent had to make two trips to Canada to get these sets.
£12.50

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 cent 1909-10

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1909-10. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 cent 1910-11

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadians. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1910-11. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. It's the first time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 Cent 1912-13

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1912-13. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 cent 1915-16

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1915-16. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Large Cent 1902

Edward VII, Brilliant Uncirculated almost full original lustre the colour a bit muted, rare thus
£50.00

Canada, Large Cent 1912

George V Uncirculated touches of lustre
£30.00

Canada, Large Cent 1916

George V Uncirculated - Brilliant Unc
£30.00

Canada, Lower Canada, Sour 1/2d n.d.

Flowers / wreath Very Fine or better
£45.00

Canada, Maple Leaf 5 dollars, 2019

These beautiful Canadian Maple Leafs have just come in, these have the Maple Leaf privy mark on them. They have redesigned them with raised obverse and reverse to make the design stand out even more. They are Choice Brilliant Uncirculated and have a most unusual portrait of the Queen on the obverse. They look like the Australian reverse proofs and are just beautiful. We think you will love them…
£32.50

Canada, New Brunswick, Victoria 1 Cent

Before Canada became a Confederation, some parts issued their own currency and New Brunswick was one of those. This is a copper Large Cent with the portrait of Queen Victoria on one side and a crown within a wreath with the denomination and date on the other side. This coin was only issued for two years 1861 and 1864, so it is an important type coin and difficult to find. All coins are in Very Good-Fine condition and represent a different country for your collection. These coins are now some 150 years old and only struck for two years.
£14.95

Canada, Newfoundland, 1/2d 1846

Rutherford Bros. coat of arms / hanging sheep. One small attempted piecing otherwise Uncirculated
£50.00

Canada, Newfoundland, Edward VII, 50 Cents. VG condition

One of the largest and most difficult Newfoundland coins to get.
£39.50

Canada, Newfoundland, George V 50 cents

In 1949 Newfoundland officially became part of the Canadian confederacy. Until the reign of King George VI they still issued their own coinage, but the largest coin the 50 Cents was last issued under King George V. We believe that this is the first time that we have had the King George V 50 Cents silver to offer you. A lucky buy has allowed us to offer them to you. Remember this is a country that no longer issues its own coinage. At the time this 50 Cents was the largest denomination coin issued by Newfoundland. The coins on offer are in Very Good condition and dates will be of our choice.
£32.50

Canada, Newfoundland, George VI 10 Cents

Newfoundland was originally a part of Canada which issued its own coinage, now it is part of the Confederation of Canada and they use Canadian coins. This is the Silver Ten Cents issued under King George VI. It has the crowned Monarch on one side the value and date on the other side. I have many of the George VI 5 Cents, but the last time I ran the George VI 10 Cents they quickly sold out. With luck a dealer travelling in Canada came across a small group of this important silver ten cents. I say important because Newfoundland no longer issues its own coinage, and you would need one for your coin of a country collection. The coins are in Very Fine condition and struck in Silver, remember this country no longer issues its own coinage.
£7.95

Canada, Newfoundland, George VI, 3 Coin Set

We have put together a nice three-coin type set of the King George VI coins from Newfoundland. Of course, Newfoundland is now part of Canada, but since the time of Queen Victoria, they have issued their own coinage. Because the population of Newfoundland is so small, the mintages on these coins are also rather small and it is a country that no longer issues its own coins. You get the bronze Penny plus the Silver 5 Cents and the 10 Cents of King George VI, all issued under the name of Newfoundland. The coins are in Fine or better condition and we think the three coins make a nice type collection of their coinage. They don’t make coins of Newfoundland any more, but we have the set for your collection. The history behind the coins is most interesting and so are the coins themselves.
£19.95