Mark H. writes: Are you aware of any varieties or error types of 1948 Canadian Dimes?
I assume that you are talking about coins minted from double dies or dies that had mispunched elements. I’m not aware of any die errors but there may be accidents like broad strikes or off center strikes.
I think that any errors would be very interesting as the 1948 dime is a scarce coin. Only 422,741 coins were minted that year. That is very low if you consider that the 1947 issue, counting the maple leaf variety, had a mintage of over 14 million and the 1949 issue had a mintage of 11.3 million. It certainly would be nice to find a roll or two of this date in uncirculated condition.