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60 Piece Newfoundland Coin Collection 1865-1947, Including Rare Victorian $2 Gold Coin

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This comprehensive collection includes 60 different historic coins of Newfoundland from the era of Queen Victoria to 1947. The highlight of the collection is a Newfoundland $2 gold coin dated from 1865-1888, while other Victorian coins date back to 1872. 44 Coins in the collection are struck in silver. 20 Coins are at least 100 years old.

Prior to joining Canadian confederation in 1949, Newfoundland issued its own series of coinage. Prior to 1908, most of these coins were struck at the Royal Mint in England, as were Dominion of Canada coins.  When the Royal Canadian Mint opened in 1908, Newfoundland coins began being struck in Canada.  After Newfoundland joined confederation, all coins of Newfoundland became legal tender currency of Canada, and some coins circulated for a brief time across the country. Many of these coins have extremely low mintages and are scarce numismatic collectibles. The coins come displayed in custom presentation cases. 

 Coins included
 Age (as of 2014)
 Mintage
 $2 Gold    1865-1888      126-149 years old  12,300 (average mintage)
 Victoria half dollar 1899  115 years old  150,000
 Victoria half dollar 1900  114 years old  150,000
 Edward half dollar 1904  110 years old  140,000
 Edward half dollar 1907  107 years old  100,000
 Edward half dollar 1908  106 years old  160,000
 Edward half dollar 1909  105 years old  200,000
 George V half dollar 1911  103 years old  200,000
 George V half dollar 1917  97 years old  375,560
 George V half dollar 1918  96 years old  294,824
 George V half dollar 1919  95 years old
 306,267
 George V quarter 1917  97 years old  464,779
 George V quarter 1919  95 years old  163,939
 Victoria 20 cent 1896
 118  years old
 125,000 
 Edward VII 20 cent 1904  110 years old  75,000
 George V 20 cent 1912  102 years old  350,000
 Edward VII dime 1903  111 years old      100,000
 Edward VII dime 1904  110 years old  100,000
 George V dime 1912  102 years old  150,000
 George V dime 1917  97 years old  250,805
 George V dime 1919  95 years old  54,342
 George VI dime 1938  76 years old  100,000
 George VI dime 1940  74 years old  100,000
 George VI dime 1941  73 years old  483,630
 George VI dime 1942  72 years old  292,736
 George VI dime 1943  71 years old  104,706
 George VI dime 1944  70 years old  151,471
 George VI dime 1945  69 years old  175,833
 George VI dime 1946  68 years old  38,400
 George VI dime 1947  67 years old  61,988
 Edward 5 cent silver 1903  111 years old  100,000
 Edward 5 cent silver 1904H  110 years old  100,000
 Edward 5 cent silver 1908  106 years old  400,000
 George V 5 cent silver 1912  102 years old      300,000
 George V 5 cent silver 1917  97 years old  300,319
 George V 5 cent silver 1919  95 years old  100,844
 George V 5 cent silver 1929      85 years old  300,000
 George VI 5 cent silver 1938  76 years old  100,000
 George VI 5 cent silver 1940  74 years old  200,000
 George VI 5 cent silver 1941  73 years old  612,641
 George VI 5 cent silver 1942  72 years old  298,348
 George VI 5 cent silver 1943  71 years old      351,666
 George VI 5 cent silver 1944  70 years old  286,504
 George VI 5 cent silver 1945  69 years old  203,828
 George VI 5 cent silver 1947  67 years old  38,400    
 Victorian large cent 1872H  142 years old  200,000
 Edward large cent 1909  105 years old  200,000
 George V large cent 1913  101 years old  400,000
 George V large cent 1917  97 years old  702,350
 George V large cent 1919  95 years old  300,000
 George V Large cent 1920  94 years old  302,184
 George V Large cent 1929  85 years old  300,000
 George V large cent 1936  78 years old  300,000
 George VI small cent 1938  76 years old  500,000
 George VI small cent 1940  74 years old  300,000
 George VI small cent 1941  73 years old  827,662
 George VI small cent 1942  72 years old  1,996,889
 George VI small cent 1943  71 years old  1,239,732
 George VI small cent 1944  70 years old  1,328,776
 George VI small cent 1947  67 years old  313,772

Includes:
• 60 Piece Newfoundland Coin Collection 1865-1947, Including rare Victorian $2 Gold Coin

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