1928 Canadian V Nickel

Rose M. writes: I have a 1928 Canadian V Nickel. Can you please provide me with some information about this coin? Such as history and value. Thank you. Canada 5 cent pieces were first struck in nickel in 1922 and replaced the silver 5 cent pieces struck 1921 and before. The 1928 Canada 5c ranks […]
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Is an 1886 Canadian nickel worth anything?

Jim W. writes: I have an 1886 Canadian nickel. Is it worth anything? 1886 Canada 5c pieces were struck in silver and are smaller than a U.S. dime. Composition: .925 silver. Diameter: 15.5 mm, Weight: 1.16 grams. They were struck under the Dominion of Canada before Canada became independent from Great Britain. Values depend on […]
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Large date 1969 Canadian dime.

Betty P. writes: I have what I think might be a large date 1969 Canadian dime. I understand they’re scarce as hen’s teeth, but I can’t seem to find a market value on it either. It’s in circulated condition and is fairly clean. Thanks!! -Betty Large date 1969 Canada dimes are currently unknown in mint […]
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