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Historic Canadian Coin Coming to Toronto Coin Expo

CoinWeek - Sep 26, 2018
This piece is the best-known mint state example and is thus a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire the top representation of Canada's most famous Canadian coin. The story is one most Canadian collectors are familiar with: minted originally in ...

How I turned my coin collection into an investment for my kids' future

MoneySense - Sep 13, 2018
I started by simply taking an online course on the history of Canadian coins by the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association, a non-profit association for coin collectors and other people interested in Canadian coin collecting. It costs $30 and after you ...

Letter: Is It a Choice?

The Link - Oct 9, 2018
There is no place for you here because you are religious. It is denying me, and everyone who chooses to wear a religious symbol, the right to feel comfortable in our skin. It is asking us to be a Canadian coin, to look like every other coin. It is like ...

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Canadian Coin Currency

This short video tutorial will help you become familiarized with Canadian coin currency. From the recently phased out Canadian penny, to the two-decade old ...

[Wikipedia] Nickel (Canadian coin)

The Canadian five-cent coin, commonly called a nickel, is a coin worth five cents or one-twentieth of a Canadian dollar. It was patterned on the corresponding ...

Laser Cut Canadian Coin Sorter

A laser cut Canadian con sorter made from 1/8\

Penny (Canadian coin)

In Canada, a penny is a coin worth one cent, or 1⁄100 of a dollar. According to the Royal Canadian Mint, the official national term of the coin is the \

How to tell if your Canadian coin is silver?

Some Canadian coins made in 1968 are 50% silver, some are 99.9% nickel.