Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by CANWIN, Mar 23, 2009.
What is the value of this?
I will not open the roll. Sorry
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I understand what youre saying..
THe ends show the coin inside so I can see what it is.
That isn't a date range. the coins of 1967 were dated "1867-1967" for the centennial.
Centennial of what?
The organization of four provinces into the Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867
This is a roll of Canadian Small Cents with a right facing bust of Her Royal Highness, Elizabeth II on one side and a Rock Dove on the other.
Total mintage was over 345 million.
Mostly true, but until 1867 there were no provinces in Canada but rather independent British colonies (with their own currency). On July 1, 1867 the 4 colonies joined in confederation forming the Dominion of Canada. In 1967 it was the centennial of this event. However in 1982 Canada was given independence from Britian with the signing over of our constitution.
So even though Canada was united in 1867, Canada did not actually become an independent nation until 27 years ago.:secret:
A little bit of interesting trivia.
Point well taken. There are many ethical and trustworthy sellers/dealers on ebay. Unfortunately most people hear about the bad and not the good.
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