Saturday, December 11, 2010

Can, Can, Can

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

A trio of Canadian cents that I have found before and talked about before.
So...
Um...have you heard a bunch of brand new $100 bills had gutter fold errors so they are sifting through them before shipping them out.

Oh and silver got to $30 an ounce and is currently going down again. Yup.

 

They are scratched, dented, covered in verdigris and gum. At least I hope that is gum.

Here are the stats for this...
Type / Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 1967
Mintage: 345,140,645
Metal: 98% Copper, 1.5% Zinc, 0.5% Tin
Value: $0.03 in G-4

Type/Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 1982
Mintage: 876,036,898
Metal: 98% Copper, 0.5% Tin, and 1.5% Zinc
Value: $0.02 in F

Type/Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 1986
Mintage: 788,285,000
Metal: 98% Copper, 0.5% Tin, and 1.5% Zinc
Value: $0.02 in F

Do you have a coins form 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

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

Anonymous said...

This one might stump you. 1991 Colombian 50 peso coin, Fine Condition

Sorry this coin isn't Canadian but I haven't found a proper place to put it.

Man said...

1991 Colombian 50 peso coin, Fine Condition

There is no proper place to post questions it is fine to ask anywhere.

It's about $0.10.

Anonymous said...

I've found a 1988 Quarter that has an overall dark black shade and a large air bubble that rises up parts of both sides.

I assume this is just because it was exposed to heat after the minting process but I was just wondering if any such defect has ever been heard of.

Man said...

1988 Quarter that has an overall dark black shade and a large air bubble that rises up parts of both sides.

I assume this is just because it was exposed to heat after the minting process but I was just wondering if any such defect has ever been heard of.


Your instincts were right it is heat damage.

Some black quarters are true errors called sintered but they would not be bubbled.

David M said...

Found two die errors on my State Quarters collection today.

1. 1999 Connectcut, the word "Oak" is missing from the phrase "The Charter Oak" on the reverse
2. 2005 Kansas, infamous "In God We Rust" on obverse

Do these defects do anything for the value of the coins?

Man said...

1. 1999 Connectcut, the word "Oak" is missing from the phrase "The Charter Oak" on the reverse
2. 2005 Kansas, infamous "In God We Rust" on obverse


Sounds either weak strike or Struck Through Grease error either way no extra value.

Kelly said...

I've never seen a Canadian coin from that era before. I like that design much better than the current design.

Anonymous said...

I have a Canadian Centennial Gold Plated Mint Set Dated 1867-1967 .I have not found one like this on any of the site .Would like to know what the value of the set and more about it
david2460@yahoo.com

Man said...

Canadian Centennial Gold Plated Mint Set Dated 1867-1967

Plated by an outside company, no extra value just face value.

Anonymous said...

We just purchased copper 1877 50.00 coins. are they commemorative? do you have any idea what they are worth?

Man said...

We just purchased copper 1877 50.00 coins. are they commemorative? do you have any idea what they are worth?


What country? Can you describe them more?

Delphia said...

I have a 1995 p that is bubbled up. on both sides. Can you tell me any thing about it?

Man said...

1995 p that is bubbled up. on both sides.

Heat damage, no extra value.

Chris said...

I have a 1935 canadian penny which has raised edges. Would that be damage or a mint error?

Man said...

1935 canadian penny which has raised edges. Would that be damage or a mint error?

It sounds normal but without a picture I can not say with any certainty.