Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Any left in Canada?

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

I like collecting coins. For the most part it is free and easy. I can not really complain about getting all these repeat Canadians.



Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 2007 RCM Logo
Mintage: 938,270,000
Metal: 94% Steel, 4.5% Copper, 1.5% Nickel
Value: $0.01 in F

Type/Country: 5 Cents / Canada
Year: 1998
Mintage: 156,873,000
Metal: 75% Copper, 25% Nickel
Value: $0.05 in Fine  

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

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

Anonymous said...

hi just wanted to know the canidian coins value

Quarters
2002 very good
1989 good

Dimes
fine 1968
good 1973
good 1986
very good 2001
good 1975
very good 1989

Nickles
1983 very good

Pennies
1961 very good
2001 about uncirculated
1965 very good
1992 fine


also how much are these coins worth
1991 very good 20 pence
1992 good 10 pence worth
also
1971 10 centimos from venezuela good

Man said...

canidian coins value

Quarters
2002 very good about $0.25
1989 good about $0.25

Dimes
fine 1968 about $0.10 if nickel
good 1973 about $0.10
good 1986 about $0.10
very good 2001 about $0.10
good 1975 about $0.10
very good 1989 about $0.10

Nickles
1983 very good about $0.05

Pennies
1961 very good about $0.03
2001 about uncirculated about $0.01
1965 very good about $0.03
1992 fine about $0.03


British
1991 very good 20 pence about $0.25
1992 good 10 pence about $0.15

1971 10 centimos from venezuela good about $0.10

Nick said...

Hi I Have a 1958-D penny That is almost turning Gold in color and The Bottom half of the B in libery is filled in is this an error coin and could you please find out how much its worth that would be great please e-mail me if you can at Nick0057@comcast.net
Thankyou very much,
Nick

Man said...

1958-D penny That is almost turning Gold in color and The Bottom half of the B in libery is filled

The color is just toning, no extra value.
The filled B is just a minor die break error, no extra value.

It's just about $0.10.

plugfive said...

Hi there,

I recently found the following coins

a 1939 Canadian Silver Dollar
a 1943 Quarter
a 1943 dime

Now i am confused with the whole "MS-" and a number term. On one sight the dollar coin can jump from 16 dollars all the way to 500 dollars.

thanks in advance

Man said...

Assuming all are Canadian...

a 1939 Canadian Silver Dollar about $13.05
a 1943 Quarter about $2.50
a 1943 dime about $1.30