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August 11, 2022

1 dollar 2022 - Oscar Peterson

1 dollar 2022 - Oscar Peterson

The Royal Canadian Mint is honouring one of the greatest musicians the world by issuing a new $1 commemorative circulation celebrating the life and artistic legacy of Canada's own Oscar Peterson.

August 10, 2022

2 dollars 1865 to 1888 Newfoundland

Gold Newfoundland 2 dollars - Errors and varieties updated

Like all other British North American colonies, Newfoundland adopted, in the mid-19th century, a decimal currency. However, in introducing the new currency in 1865, Newfoundland, unlike other colonies, chose to include a gold coin among the denominations it was issuing.

August 9, 2022

Bank of Canada values and prices of 1935 banknotes

Bank of Canada values and prices of 1935 banknotes

The 1935 series consisted of ten denominations, all but one of which began to circulate on 11 March 1935, the day the Bank of Canada opened for business. The exception was the $25 note, which was issued two months later to commemorate the silver jubilee of King George V. The 1935 series was the last to include $25 and $500 bank notes.

August 5, 2022

10 cents 1937 to 1964 - Price guide and values

10 cents 1937 to 1964 - Price guide and values

In 1937, the design on the reverse changed for the Bluenose, a fishing and racing gaff rig schooner built in 1921 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. It is also portrayed on the Bluenose postage stamp 50-cent issued by the Canadian government on January 6, 1929. The owners of the Bluenose were honoured in 1935 by having their schooner present when King George V reviewed the British Fleet at Spithead.

August 2, 2022

10 cents 1902 to 1936 - Price guide and values

10 cents 1902 to 1936 - Price guide and values

On reverse, the St. Edward's crown was replaced by the Imperial State crown. Edward VII is on the obverse from 1902 to 1910. From 1911 to 1936, George V, bust facing left, appears on the 10 cents coin.

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