Wednesday, January 30, 2013

1916 Canada Cent

Have a Canada cent and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Among the last of the Canadian large cent coins the George V series went from 1911-1920. After 1920 they switched to the small cent because of metal prices. The final large cents were also modified to have CANADA on the reverse instead of the obverse.


On the obverse around King George it says GEORGIVS V DEI GRATIA: REX ET IND: IMP: which means George 5th Grace of God:  King and Ind. Emp. The reverse has ONE CENT CANADA over 1916 encircled by beads and a vine wreath.


Here's the stats...
Type / Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 1916
Mintage: 11,022,367
Metal: 95% Copper, 4% Tin, 1% Zinc
Value: $2.50 in VF

Do you have a Canadian coin 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

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

Anonymous said...

Are there any Canadian pennies to look out for? and worth keeping. Is 2006 worth anything?

Man said...

Are there any Canadian pennies to look out for?
--1955 NSF, 1923

Is 2006 worth anything?
--Just $0.01

Anonymous said...

I have a 1933 nickel that has the exact picture that is on the 1916 penny and words also on the front the same as the penny and on the back it has 2 maple leafs

Man said...

1933 nickel that has the exact picture that is on the 1916 penny and words also on the front the same as the penny and on the back it has 2 maple leafs

About $2.50

Anonymous said...

how much would a 1940 canadian coin be worth

Man said...

1940 canadian coin

What denomination? Nickel? Penny? Quarter?

Anonymous said...

how much would a 1940 canadian penny be worth

Man said...

1940 canadian penny about $0.10 in good grade.

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot!!!!

Anonymous said...

How much would a 1931 canadian penny be worth?

Man said...

1931 canadian penny about $3.00