Canada, coin catalog, price

Country: Canada
Capital: Ottawa
Currency: canadian dollar
Numeric code: 124
Alphabetic code: CAD
Canada, occupying the North of the continent and many surrounding Islands in the parade of the largest States is behind Russia. It is washed by three oceans. It is a highly developed and rich power.
The formation of the catalogue of the coins of Canada began in 1858, when the canadian dollar equal to 100 cents, United country market, eliminating currency confusion that prevailed in the provinces of Canada. First, as usual, there was a bronze 1 cent. Later - 5, 10 and 20 cents of silver. Gold 5 and 10 dollars coined in the early twentieth century. 1935 saw the emergence of 1 silver dollar, is dedicated to the English king. From 1968 to 1986 dollars were minted from Nickel, among them were six "commemorative" coins, commemorative Canada events. Since 1987, the design of the canadian dollar is unchanged: a portrait of the Queen (one side) and Arctic Loon. This bird is the reason the local name of the dollar – loonie.
Today Canadians use coin 1 and $ 2, and swap operations carried out 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 cents.
However, the "half" is so loved by collectors, to meet them in the calculation is rarely possible. Buy canadian coins in denominations of 50 cents – a great success. But soon odnotonovye will become a legend. The government plans to abandon them because the intrinsic value of these canadian coins four times below their cost of production.
The canadian dollar is always slightly behind the American colleagues. But in 2007, the price of the coins of Canada have finally caught up and even surpassed the US dollar.

Money system:

Queen Elizabeth II (1953 - 2019)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars

JC:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars

CC:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars
3 dollars
5 dollars
8 dollars
10 dollars
15 dollars
20 dollars
25 dollars
30 dollars
50 dollars
100 dollars
150 dollars
200 dollars
250 dollars

King George VI (1937 - 1952)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar

JC:
5 cents
1 dollar

King George V (1911 - 1936)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
5 dollars
10 dollars

JC:
1 dollar

King Edward VII (1902 - 1910)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents

Queen Victoria (1858 - 1901)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
20 cents
25 cents
50 cents
RE
- Regular edition;
JC
- Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



50 cents 1960

50 cents 1960

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2752
10 cents 1952

10 cents 1952

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2768
1 cent 1998

1 cent 1998

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2618
1 cent 1991

1 cent 1991

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 3379
1 cent 1975

1 cent 1975

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2619
1 cent 1974

1 cent 1974

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2616
1 cent 1962

1 cent 1962

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2617
25 cents 1951

25 cents 1951

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2547
5 cents 2007

5 cents 2007

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2415
25 cents 1965

25 cents 1965

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2365
10 cents 1967

10 cents 1967

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2387
1 cent 1987

1 cent 1987

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2380
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