Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Rushing Through

Do you have Canadian coins and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Canada!!!!!

Not to be confused with the yeast Candida. Still like most fungi their coins will find a way in your home. I shouldn't complain much I enjoy finding them plus they are legal to melt, in the U.S.

Ordinary penny and dime that are both badly scratched.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Cents / Canada
Year: 1977
Mintage: 128,056,000
Metal: 100% Nickel
Value: $0.10

Type/Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 1991
Mintage: 831,010,000
Metal: 98% Copper, 0.5% Tin, 1.5% Zinc
Value: $0.02

Please stay tuned I'm getting to more interesting stuff soon.

Do you have a coins from Canada and want to know their value? Leave a comment/question an I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

25 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Kelly said...

I like the humor today :)

Man said...

Thanks, there is nothing like yeast jokes to keep 'em laughing.

iceclimbers1 said...

Hey, do you know anything about the value of an EF 1944 with no mintmark and a clipped edge? It's probably relatively common, I'm just curious what a common date 1940 something EF condition clipped coin is going for, it's self-graded but it's still quite lustrous. Thanks!

Man said...

EF 1944 with no mintmark and a clipped edge? It's probably relatively common, I'm just curious what a common date 1940 something EF condition clipped coin is going

These are pretty common and are about $3.00.

Pre-1930s have a large premium also if the clip is 15% or more and post-1940.

Anonymous said...

Hello everybody! Does anybody know if $100 bill with some ink and paper defects is something worth more than $100?

Man said...

Hello everybody! Does anybody know if $100 bill with some ink and paper defects is something worth more than $100?

Depends on type of error.

nascarfvr97 said...

I have found a few Silver Certificates in great shape 1935 e f g all without the "In God We Trust" as well as a 1953 $2 with red ink and a $5 1934c with out the "In God We Trust" this is a little more warn. Wondering the value of these. I have pictures if you would like.

Man said...

That motto was not added until 1957.

Silver Certificates in great shape 1935 e f g
Depends a lot on serial number but about $3.00 on average.

1953 $2 with red ink about $9.00 on average.

$5 1934c about $15.00 on average.

Anonymous said...

what is the value of the canadian 1954 $100 bill

Man said...

canadian 1954 $100 bill

About $150.00

Jason C said...

How about a 1954 $1 Note
http://img189.imageshack.us/img189/671/1954cad1.jpg

Man said...

1954 $1 Note about $1.50

Anonymous said...

i know absolutely NOTHING about canadian coins but i found a 1968 5 cent and i wanted to know what the little KG next to the beaver meant.

lizperalta27 said...

i have three 25 cent coins that say 1604-2004 with a sailboat on the back, i doubt they have great value, but what are they worth?

Man said...

canadian coins but i found a 1968 5 cent and i wanted to know what the little KG next to the beaver meant.

It is just about $0.05 and the KG is the Reverse Designer's initials George E. Kruger-Gray.

Man said...

25 cent coins that say 1604-2004 with a sailboat on the back

About $0.25 each they are common they are to commemorate the First Settlement.

silverybay said...

Interesting blog. I have one of my own and enjoy taking picutres of my coins. Drop by mysilvercoins.blogspot.com. Thanks!

Man said...

I have one of my own and enjoy taking picutres of my coins.

Very nice, I also enjoy the silver coins a lot but can't always afford them.

Amelie said...

Hello!
In the pursuit of coin knowledge I've stumbled upon you! I have started photographing some of my coins, so far I've got 15 coins. Would you be willing to look at some or all for me?

Man said...

Would you be willing to look at some or all for me?

Sure, just drop a link here or any newer post on my blog.

Amelie said...

https://www.dropbox.com/sc/fe29no89iymaw93/AADnHzOOX7xM1VsRO2eQJZ2sa

Thanks! I just took a few pics of all the different coins I've been hoarding through the years. Sorry there is so much.
Thanks again!

Man said...

Pics, coin, value:

1-2: 1990 New Zealand 2 Dollar about $2.00

3-14: Canadian coins all just face value.

15: Two common Canadian quarters and a 1968 possible silver quarter about $2.00 unless magnetic then just 25 cents.

16-17: 1971 British new penny about $0.05

18: U.S. half dollars all just face value.

19-20: Damaged Brazil 20 Centavos, about $0.02 each.

21-23: Jamaican coins all just face value or less.

Man said...

24-25: Mexican and Peruvian coin just 1/10 face value.
Czechoslovakian 3 halere 1953 about $0.10

26-27: Netherlands 1 Gulden 1972 about $1.00

28-29: Russian 1 and 2 Roubles are $1.00 and $2.00.

30-31: Bosnia and Herzegovina 10 Feninga about $0.50

I'll finish the rest soon.

Amelie said...

Wow that was fast. Thanks, I appreciate it!

Man said...

32-33: Belgium 5 dutch francs 1986 about $0.30

34-35: John Adams 2nd President U.S dollar is just $1.00

36-37: Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 Konvertible Marka about $2.00 if it wasn't for the green damage it would be $12.00

38-39: Daitokai Japanese Restaurant token, Cologne, Germany about $4.00 but I'm not sure tokens tend to sell low.

40-42: Missouri sales tax receipt token mid to late 1930s about $1.00

43-44: Russian 10 kopeks 1998 about $0.60

45: 1999 Spain Euro cent about $0.02

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47-48: 1976 U.S. quarters just $0.25 each

49-50: 1979 U.S. dollar just $1.00

51-52: Common wheat cents about $0.10 each and a 2006-D cent is just $0.01