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June 19, 2024

25 cents 1999 to 2024 - Price guide and values

25 cents 1999 to 2024 - Price guide and values

To celebrate the millennium , the Royal Canadian Mint produced special reverses in 1999 and 2000. Years following that event, the Mint also produced a lot of special reverse designs celebrating various event: World War, Breast Cancer, Olympics and more!

June 18, 2024

List of Numismatic Medals from the Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Associations (1961-2005)

List of Numismatic Medals from the Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Associations (1961-2005)

Here's a list of numismatic medals issued from the atlantic provinces numismatic associations between 1961 and 2005.

June 17, 2024

Bank of Canada banknotes price guide and values

Bank of Canada values and prices of 2015 to 2022 banknotes

In 2015, a commemorative $20 banknote was released followed by a commemorative $10 banknote in 2017. The new 10 dollars banknote was launched in 2018 and shows Viola Desmond, icon of the human rights and freedoms movement in Canada.

June 16, 2024

25 cents 1965 to 1998 - Price guide and values

25 cents 1965 to 1998 - Price guide and values

In 1967, Alex Colville made the wildcart (bobcat) design on all 25-cents coin and a year later, the Royal Canadian Mint replaced silver for nickel as the composition for this denomination. In 1992, the Mint issued reverse designs, chosen by a national contest, are based on the 12 province and territories of Canada.

June 14, 2024

2 dollars 1865 to 1888 Newfoundland

2 dollars 1865 to 1888 Newfoundland

Like all other British North American colonies, Newfoundland adopted, in the mid-19th century, a decimal currency. However, in introducing the new currency in 1865, Newfoundland, unlike other colonies, chose to include a gold coin among the denominations it was issuing.

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