General discussions about canadian coins.
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I don't know what you mean by "different conditions". The best way to determine actual "worth" is to look in the "sold" section for each individual coin. However you can't ever just determine condition or wear from photos or descriptions .. you need to see it in hand. You could look in an annual Charlton guide or Trends in the Canadian Coin News to get a "full retail" price, but you'd only be able to sell them for 40-60% of what they gave. As a last resort, you can hire some coin dealers to give you an insurance estimate, but that may cost you more than the coins are worth. Depends on where you live .. a member on here or on CCF may be able to do it for you.
Bill in Burl