1918 Canadian one cent

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  1. Jodemi

    Jodemi Member

    1918 Canadian one cent coin. The front looks nice but the reverse is a little raw. Give me your thoughts. Thanks

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  3. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    You can find them for a quarter in local coin store world junk boxes.
  4. Jodemi

    Jodemi Member

    Ok. Thanks again. I have 20s to 1937. Any of those have value.
  5. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    If they are like what you have posted thus far, no.
    You can do some pretty quick google searches on your own also, FYI.
    "year country coin type ngc" usually works pretty well...
  6. Jodemi

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  7. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & odd Moderator

    By this, he means fill in the blanks with your keywords.

    For example:

    1918 (year) Canada (country) cent (coin denomination) NGC (to give you the NGC priceguide results).

    So Google "1918 Canada cent NGC", and this page comes up as the first hit in the search results:


    Boom, that's the priceguide page you want.

    It's not always perfect. Sometimes you don't get the right hit at the top of the list like that. It takes some searching.

    You can also try replacing the "NGC" keyword with "Numista", to get the Numista page for a coin.

    So let's try "1918 Canada cent Numista".

    Boom, there you go. First result is:


    Numista is sometimes helpful with a little more background information and general description than the NGC priceguide is.

    Obviously you have to check carefully to make sure that the page you land on is describing your exact coin rather than something that is merely similar.

    But this method will get you most of the way there, most of the time.
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