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1 dollar 2012

1 dollar 2012
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1 dollar 2012 prices and values

The value of a canadian coin depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more.

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Variety AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
2012 ---$1.00$1.00$1.00$1.00
2012 - Security ---$1.00$1.00$1.00$1.00
2012 - Lucky Loonie ---$1.00$1.00$1.00$1.00
2012 - Grey Cup ---$1.00$1.00$1.00$1.00
Variety MS-60 MS-62 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 MS-66 MS-67
2012 $1.25$1.70$3.00$9.50$18.40$39.00-
2012 - Security $1.25$1.70$2.90$6.60$16.30$34.00-
2012 - Lucky Loonie $1.00$1.70$3.10$6.50$16.00--
2012 - Grey Cup $1.25$1.70$3.10$6.60$16.30$32.90-
Variety PL-60 PL-62 PL-63 PL-64 PL-65 PL-66 PL-67
2012 ---$5.90$7.80$19.60-
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Variety SP-60 SP-62 SP-63 SP-64 SP-65 SP-66 SP-67
2012 -----$9.80$14.70
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Varieties

Security

The "Security" 1 dollar coins are manufactured at the Mint's facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba using the same patented multi-ply plated steel (MPPS) technology from which Canada's lower denomination circulation coins have been made since 2001. This technology, by which a steel core is plated with alternating layers of different metals such as copper, nickel and brass, employs far less metals than alloy coins and produces highly cost-effective circulation coins. These 1 dollar circulation coins also incorporates new, visible security features which further enhance the security and integrity of Canada's coinage system. The reverse (or tails side) features a laser mark micro-engraving.

1 dollar 2012 - Sécurité

Lucky Loonie

The Royal Canadian Mint issued a 2012 Lucky Loonie circulation coin. It served as a good luck charm for Canadian athletes competing in London at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. In what is now a legendary tale, a Loonie was buried at centre ice prior to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City to bring good luck to Canada’s gold medal-winning men’s and women’s hockey teams. The Mint produced a Lucky Loonie circulation coin for many subsequent Games.

1 dollar 2012 - Lucky Loonie

Grey Cup

1 dollar circulating coin celebrating the 100th Grey Cup anniversary.

1 dollar 2012 - Grey Cup

Errors and varieties from the community

Mintage

  • 1 dollar 2012 : n/a
  • 1 dollar 2012 - Security : n/a
  • 1 dollar 2012 - Lucky Loonie : 5,000,000
  • 1 dollar 2012 - Grey Cup : n/a

The values on this page are in Canadian dollars (CAD).

Last update : Monday, July 9, 2018

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