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Canada, Newfoundland, George V 50 cents

In 1949 Newfoundland officially became part of the Canadian confederacy. Until the reign of King George VI they still issued their own coinage, but the largest coin the 50 Cents was last issued under King George V. We believe that this is the first time that we have had the King George V 50 Cents silver to offer you. A lucky buy has allowed us to offer them to you. Remember this is a country that no longer issues its own coinage. At the time this 50 Cents was the largest denomination coin issued by Newfoundland. The coins on offer are in Very Good condition and dates will be of our choice.
£32.50

Canada, Newfoundland, George V, 25 Cents. Fine

Scarce denomination from a country that no longer issues its own coinage.
£19.95

Canada, Newfoundland, George VI 10c

Before Newfoundland officially it became part of the Canadian Federation they used to issue their own coinage. For country collectors, you will need a coin of Newfoundland. They issued coins from the time of Queen Victoria right up to King George VI. This issue we are offering some of the last silver coins issued by Newfoundland, under King George VI, Queen Elizabeth II’s Father. Here we offer you the silver Ten Cents with the portrait of King George VI: one of the last coins issued for Newfoundland as an independent entity. Coins will be in Fine-Very Fine condition and nice examples.
£9.95

Canada, Newfoundland, George VI 5c Silver

Before Newfoundland officially it became part of the Canadian Federation they used to issue their own coinage. For country collectors, you will need a coin of Newfoundland. They issued coins from the time of Queen Victoria right up to King George VI. Here we are offering some of the last silver coins issued by Newfoundland, under King George VI, Queen Elizabeth II’s Father. You get the silver Five Cents and with the portrait of King George VI and both some of the last coins issued for Newfoundland as an independent entity. Coins will be in Fine-Very Fine condition and nice examples.
£7.95

Canada, Newfoundland, Victorian 50 Cents

The largest denomination of silver coins issued by the province of Newfoundland in Victorian times was the Fifty Cent piece. But, you must remember in Victorian times 50 Cents was a lot of money. It was worth a few shillings. These coins are not easy to get and the ones we obtained are in Very Good condition. You have the bust of Victoria on one side and the date and value on the other side. At the time of issue, Newfoundland was not part of Canada it was a province of Canada. These are struck in good silver and are a most interesting and unusual coin. Supplies are limited and this group took us almost two years to put together.
£24.50

Canada, Nova Scotia, Victoria One Cent

Before Nova Scotia became part of the Canadian Confederation, she issued some coins in her own name. The coin on offer is the large copper One Cent coin of Queen Victoria. There were never many coins issued by Nova Scotia. So if you collect a coin of a country then this is the coin you will need for your collection. You have the bust of Queen Victoria on one side and the name and the value on the other side. These One Cent coins were only issued between 1861 and 1864. They are in Very Good –Fine condition and we are sure you will be pleased with them. But supplies are limited.
£14.50