Wednesday, September 21, 2011

1998 Canada Cent

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

Nice streak of change finds today but I will start with the most common since it was the first one I got this morning. Oddly I have not posted this particular year. Well it is not special, although a special one does exist with a W mintmark.


Well a nice Canadian find after a long while without one. This little Canada penny has a home now until I can figure out what to do with it hundreds of siblings.
 
Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 1998
Mintage: 999,578,000
Metal: Copper Plated Zinc
Value: $0.01 in F

Do you have a cent 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.

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

Anonymous said...

Hey Man! I just received a bunch of bills from my Grandmother. She is no longer alive for me to ask the questions. I cannot find a reason to hang on t0 any of these since they do not seem to be anything special. That being said, do you know why it would have been worth saving the following dates?
I have 55 singles from 1969 signed by kennedy
11 singles from 1969 signed by connally
18 singles from 1963 signed by barr
$20's, 10's and 5's all from 1950
$50 bills from 1950, and
$100 bills from 1950, 1934 and 1966 (red seal), and $2 bills from 1976. Quite a few of these are crisp and circulated. I really need the money to pay bills but hoping that I may have something special that will be worth more! I also have coins and silver certs that I have saved through the years that I will want to check into later. Thanks for any input you can give me! Have a fantabulous day!

Man said...

Value is also based on serial number some are rare while most are common.
Without these numbers I can only assume the lowest value common notes.

55 singles from 1969 signed by kennedy
11 singles from 1969 signed by connally
18 singles from 1963 signed by barr
$20's, 10's and 5's all from 1950
$50 bills from 1950, and
$100 bills from 1950, 1934 and 1966 (red seal), and $2 bills from 1976. Quite a few of these are crisp and circulated.


All face value red seal notes 3x face value, if uncirculated 5x face value.

I know it may difficult too list each serial number but use Excel to list them:
Date Denomination Serial-number
1963-B $1 B472958832*

Then copy and paste the list to this comment or email it to a dealer online.

Reminder these comments are limited and 50 or less at a time is better since bigger comments won't show up.

Man said...

Let me see if I can shorten the list by eliminating common notes.

Special notes...
1969 $1 any A-A, C05120001* or higher
All other are just face value

1969-B $1 any G-C, any I-*
All others just face value

1963-B any star note
All others just face value

So the $1.00 bills are mostly nothing if Uncirculated multiply by 3 even the common notes.

Man said...

Try and focus on the $5 or higher.

Anonymous said...

I found a 1941 Georgivs VI penny, but I haven't been able to find any info on this and was wondering if it is common?

Man said...

1941 Georgivs VI penny about $0.15 if you mean Canadian then common 56,336,011 were minted.