Saturday, August 02, 2014

2004 Canada Cent

There is no letter P under the queen so that means this is the more common zinc core cent. With a limited supply of Canadian cents left out there looking for varieties is key before the value increases.

This one is not magnetic which is the other way to tell it has a zinc core. Because it is zinc it is easily accepted by most coin counting machines in the U.S. while the steel core ones get rejected and do not circulate well.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Cent / Canada
Year: 2004
Mintage: 653,317,000
Metal: 98.4% Zinc, 1.6% Copper
Value: $0.01 in AU

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