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25 cents 2009

25 cents 2009
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25 cents 2009 prices and values

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Variety AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
2009 - Caribou ------$0.25
2009 - Cross Country ------$0.25
2009 - Speed Skating ------$0.25
2009 - Sledge Hockey ------$0.25
2009 - Men's Hockey ------$0.25
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored ------$0.25
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored - Raised 2 -------
2009 - Women's Hockey ------$0.25
2009 - Women's Hockey - Colored ------$0.25
2009 - Cindy Klassen ------$0.25
2009 - Cindy Klassen - Red ------$0.25

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Variety MS-60 MS-62 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 MS-66 MS-67
2009 - Caribou $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$16.00$19.20-
2009 - Cross Country $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$18.00$21.90-
2009 - Speed Skating $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$16.40$23.50-
2009 - Sledge Hockey $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$15.80$19.90$41.40
2009 - Men's Hockey $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$15.70$17.40-
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored $1.00$1.95$2.60$11.20$30.80$31.70-
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored - Raised 2 $7.80$9.80$13.70$22.40$55.00$98.00-
2009 - Women's Hockey $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$16.00$18.90$27.80
2009 - Women's Hockey - Colored $1.00$1.95$2.70$11.10$29.20$39.40-
2009 - Cindy Klassen $0.50$0.75$1.00$6.90$17.00$20.70$27.30
2009 - Cindy Klassen - Red $1.00$1.95$2.70$10.50$30.50$36.30-

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Variety PL-60 PL-62 PL-63 PL-64 PL-65 PL-66 PL-67
2009 - Caribou ---$1.45$3.40$9.80$31.90
2009 - Cross Country ---$2.90$4.40$9.80$24.50
2009 - Speed Skating ---$2.90$4.40$9.80$24.50
2009 - Sledge Hockey ---$2.90$4.40$9.80$24.50
2009 - Men's Hockey ---$2.90$3.90$9.80$24.50
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored -------
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored - Raised 2 -------
2009 - Women's Hockey ---$2.90$3.90$14.70-
2009 - Women's Hockey - Colored -------
2009 - Cindy Klassen ---$2.90$3.90$14.70-
2009 - Cindy Klassen - Red -------

PL (Proof-like): Special coins struck at the Mint with a brilliant relief is struck on a brilliant field and not intended for circulation despite the fact that their composition is identical to the coins produced for circulation. If Proof-like coins have been removed from their protective envelope or original package, it is harder to differentiate them from uncirculated coins. Proof-like coins are struck up to two times on numismatic presses. Also called Brilliant uncirculated (BUNC).

Variety SP-60 SP-62 SP-63 SP-64 SP-65 SP-66 SP-67
2009 - Caribou ----$2.90$4.90$14.70
2009 - Cross Country -------
2009 - Speed Skating -------
2009 - Sledge Hockey -------
2009 - Men's Hockey -------
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored -------
2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored - Raised 2 -------
2009 - Women's Hockey -------
2009 - Women's Hockey - Colored -------
2009 - Cindy Klassen -------
2009 - Cindy Klassen - Red -------

SP (Specimen): Special collectors coins struck at the Mint with a frosted/mirror appearance on the design and effigy from 1996 to 2019. Before 1996, if specimen coins have been removed from their protective envelope or original package, it is harder to differentiate them from PL coins. Specimen coins are struck up to two times on numismatic presses.

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Varieties

Caribou

25 cents 2009 - Caribou

Cross Country

Cross-country skiers competed at the first Olympic Winter Games in Chamonix, France, in 1924, in 18-kilometre and 50-kilometre races for men. Ladies' cross-country skiing made its debut at the Oslo 1952 Olympic Winter Games. The cross-country skiing technique known as skating or free technique became a separate Olympic competitive discipline at the Calgary 1988 Winter Games.

25 cents 2009 - Cross Country

Speed Skating

25 cents coin featuring the sport of speed skating. Speed skating, which is the fastest human powered, non-mechanical aided sport in the world, has been part of the Olympic Games since the first Winter Games were held in Chamonix in 1924. Originally, only men took part in competition. At the Lake Placid 1932 Olympic Winter Games, women's speed skating was a demonstration event and became a full medal event at the Squaw Valley 1960 Olympic Winter Games.

25 cents 2011 - Speed Skating

Sledge Hockey

Final coin in the Vancouver 2010 circulation coin program, the 25-cent coin featuring the sport of ice sledge hockey. Ice sledge hockey is the Paralympic version of ice hockey. Since its Paralympic debut at the Lillehammer 1994 Paralympic Winter Games, it has quickly become one of the largest attractions for spectators. It is fast-paced, highly physical and played by athletes with a physical disability in the lower part of the body. Instead of skates, players use two-blade sledges that allow the puck to pass beneath. Players use two sticks, which have a spike-end for pushing and a blade-end for shooting.

25 cents 2009 - Sledge Hockey

Men's Hockey

25-cent coin celebrating the men's hockey gold at Salt Lake City in 2002.

The men's hockey gold medal at Salt Lake City in 2002 was voted by fans as the #1 Canadian Olympic Winter Games Moment of all time - out of 10 moments - in an online contest hosted by the Mint and Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium.

25 cents 2009 - Hockey masculin

Men's Hockey - Colored

25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey - Red 25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey - Incuse 2

Men's Hockey - Colored - Raised 2

25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey - Red 25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey - Raised 2

Women's Hockey

25-cent coin celebrating the women's hockey gold at Salt Lake City in 2002.

The women's hockey gold medal at Salt Lake City was voted by fans as the #2 Canadian Winter Olympic Games Moment of all time – out of 10 moments – in an online contest hosted by the Mint and Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium.

25 cents 2009 - Women's Hockey

Cindy Klassen

25 cents coin celebrating Cindy Klassen's 5 medals at the Turin Games in 2006. She won the gold medal in the 1500 meter race, silver medals in the 1000 meter race and in the team pursuit, as well as bronze medals in the 5000 meter and 3000 meter races. Klassen's five medals at the Turin Games was voted by fans as the #3 Canadian Winter Olympic Games Moment of all time – out of 10 moments – in an online contest hosted last year by the Mint and Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. Fans voted the men's and women's hockey gold medals at Salt Lake City in 2002 as moments #1 and #2 respectively.

25 cents 2009 - Cindy Klassen

Cindy Klassen - Red

25 cents 2009 - Cindy Klassen - Red

Errors and varieties from the community

Mintage

  • 25 cents 2009 - Caribou : 20,446,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Cross Country : 22,400,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Speed Skating : 22,400,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Sledge Hockey : 22,400,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey : 4,259,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored : 21,800,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Men's Hockey - Colored - Raised 2 : 200,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Women's Hockey : 4,037,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Women's Hockey - Colored : n/a
  • 25 cents 2009 - Cindy Klassen : 22,000,000
  • 25 cents 2009 - Cindy Klassen - Red : n/a

Specifications - 25 cents 2009 - Cross Country

  • Alloy: 94% steel, 3.8% copper and 2.2% nickel
  • Weight: 4.4 grams
  • Diameter : 23.88 mm, thickness: 1.58 mm
  • Engraver: Obverse: Susanna Blunt, Susan Taylor, Reverse: Glen Green
  • Designer: Obverse: Susanna Blunt, Susan Taylor, Reverse: Glen Green
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Magnetism: Magnetic
  • Die axis: ↑↑

Specifications - 25 cents 2009 - Speed Skating

  • Alloy: 94% steel, 3.8% copper and 2.2% nickel
  • Weight: 4.4 grams
  • Diameter : 23.88 mm, thickness: 1.58 mm
  • Engraver: Obverse: Susanna Blunt, Susan Taylor, Reverse: Glen Green
  • Designer: Obverse: Susanna Blunt, Susan Taylor, Reverse: Glen Green
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Magnetism: Magnetic
  • Die axis: ↑↑

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

Last update : Friday, January 11, 2019

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