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September 25, 2022

Canadian coins obverses comparison

Newfoundland coins obverses comparison

The multiple obverses on Canadian coins might be hard to identify or remember especially for new collectors. This comparison tool will assist you through the major recognized obverses through key design elements.

September 23, 2022

1 dollar 1935 to 1952 - Price guide and values

1 dollar 1935 to 1952 - Price guide and values

The first reverse of the 1 dollar (excluding the 1911) coin was designed by Emanuel Hahn and depicts a voyageur and a First Nations man paddling a canoe.

September 21, 2022

Gold coins from 1912 to 1914

Gold coins from 1912 to 1914

In 1853, Canada adopted the gold standard - a move that simplified trade, but also required that the country have sufficient gold reserves to back its currency. This standard helped develop a growing interest in minting gold at a Canadian mint.

September 21, 2022

50 cents 1990 to 2022 - Price guide and values

50 cents 1990 to 2022 - Price guide and values

Even if nearly never in circulation, several changes happened in the recent years on the 50 cents coin including the following years: 1992, 2002, 2006, 2017...

September 20, 2022

Bank of Canada values and prices of 1969 to 1975 banknotes

Bank of Canada values and prices of 1969 to 1975 banknotes

Because of a growing concern over counterfeiting, the Bank of Canada began to release a new series of bank notes in 1969. The main characteristic of the new design was the use multicoloured tints beneath the dominant colour.

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