Wednesday, July 17, 2013

1952-2002 P Canada Quarter

Have a 1952-2002 Canadian quarter and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Again this is a 2002 quarter not a 1952 quarter. A big clue is the Queen is not a 25 year old although she does look fairly young on the coin. Okay so a second clue is the fact coins cannot predict the future. There is no reason to honor a person today for a 50th anniversary that has not passed.


Also this is not dateless. I get question all the times from Canadians ask about a dateless quarter they found. I ask to describe the design and they mention the there is a 1952-2002 under the Queen. At that moment I smack my forehead and type calmly, "That is the date". Yes normally the date should be on the Caribou side they occasionally but it under the Queen for formal celebrations, like the Golden Jubilee.

To add to the confusion there is a second 1952-2002 circulating quarter made for Canada Day. It does not have the Caribou but a giant leaf and little people.

Type/Country: 25 Cents / Canada
Year: 2002P (1952-)
Mintage: 156,105,000
Metal: 94% Steel, 3.8% Copper, 2.2% Nickel
Value: $0.25 in Very-Fine (VF-20)

Do you have any 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.

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

Aussie Kid said...

Value of an Australian cent coin blank planchet thanks :)

Aussie Kid said...

Oh and also a 2 dollar coin (Australian) in about fine condition.

Man said...

an Australian cent coin blank planchet
--About $10.00 in high grade.

2 dollar coin (Australian) in about fine condition
--What year?

$i$i said...

O zorry it's a blank planchet as well

Man said...

O zorry it's a blank planchet as well

To what are you referring to? Are you Aussie Kid?

$i$i said...

yes sorry I am aussie kid I was in a rush for something the correct question is: what is the value of an australian 2 dollar blank planchet?

Man said...

an australian 2 dollar blank planchet about $200.00 never seen one at auction

$i$i said...

well the silly person who has one in fine condition for sale at 30 dollars is being ripped off if I buy it right? Is it worth a lot in fine?

Man said...

well the silly person who has one in fine condition for sale at 30 dollars is being ripped off if I buy it right? Is it worth a lot in fine?

Whoops I thought high grade like mint state.

I forgot you original said fine, so about $25.00.

Carl said...

I've always liked Canadian coins, and have a big collection of them. Its a shame they don't mint them in silver any more...

Man said...

I've always liked Canadian coins, and have a big collection of them. Its a shame they don't mint them in silver any more...

Well they still do but only for collectors and not meant for circulation.

*Chelle* said...

*Chelle* How much is a Elizabeth II 1952 2002 P 25 cents with maples on the back?

Man said...

*Chelle* How much is a Elizabeth II 1952 2002 P 25 cents with maples on the back?

Just $0.25 it was a Canada Day special coin but it is still common.

Garf Perry said...

hi. i have the same quarter but it is an off print. in other words the edge of the coin is not there on most of it. just wondering if any more out there and if there is any value to it? can send pictures.

Man said...

the same quarter but it is an off print. in other words the edge of the coin is not there on most of it.

Unless part of the words or design is missing it has no extra value.