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November 29, 2023
On reverse, the St. Edward's crown was replaced by the Imperial State crown. Edward VII is on the obverse from 1902 to 1910. From 1911 to 1936, George V, bust facing left, appears on the 50 cents coin.
November 28, 2023
Here's the Top 10 most valuable Canadian notes sold at auction in 2023 so far.
November 27, 2023
The Royal Canadian Mint is responsible for producing collector and commemorative coins. Made of base and precious metals, several of the mint's numismatic coins are enhanced by special technologies including holograms, enamelling, lasering and embedded crystals. The Mint serves the public's interest but is also mandated to operate in anticipation of profit.
November 26, 2023
The tools for the 50 cents coins had to be specially engraved since these denominations had not been previously issued by the Province of Canada The reverse is similar to those of the lower denominations, however, the obverse feature a diademed instead of a laureated portrait.
November 24, 2023
The 1923 25-cents banknote was issued to replace the issue of 1900. Only the design on front was modified. $500 and $1000 1925 banknotes of Dominion of Canada was issued to replace the 1911 banknotes.
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