- Illustrated History of Coins and Tokens relating to Canada - P.N. Breton - Coins and Canada

Illustrated History of Coins and Tokens relating to Canada

Anonymous and Miscellaneous (#957 to #1013)

Breton 957 - Canada

957

Struck for circulation in England, and exported to Canada when the new copper coinage of George IV was issued. 2 varieties. R. 2.

Thomas Halliday - 1 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 958 - Canada

958

1812-13. R. 1 ½.

Thomas Halliday - 1 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 959 - Canada

959

1812-13. 2 varieties of each date. R. 1 ½.

Thomas Halliday - 1 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 960 - Canada

960

Two varieties in copper, full weight, were imported from Birmingham by the firm of Joseph Tiffin & Co. So well received were they that great quantities of light brass imitations were struck in Canada. These are very rudely done. About 20 varieties. R. 0.

Thomas Halliday - 1/2 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 961 - Canada

961

Six varieties in brass, very rude in workmanship. R. 1.

Thomas Halliday - 1/2 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 962 - Canada

962

1812-13-14. 2 varieties of 1813. R. 1 ½.

Trade & Navigation - 1 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 963 - Canada

963

R. 1.

Trade & Navigation - 1/2 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 964 - Canada

964

This coin is said to have been imported into Halifax by a dealer in fancy goods, named Haliburton. He afterwards failed and removed to the United States. R. 1 ½.


Breton 965 - Canada

965

R. 1.

Trade & Navigation - 1/2 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 966 - Canada

966

R. 1.

Ship - 1/2 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 967 - Canada

967

R. 1.

Trade & Navigation - 1 penny 1838 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 968 - Canada

968

R. 3.


Breton 969 - Canada

969

R. 1.


Breton 970 - Canada

970

R. 3.


Breton 971 - Canada

971

R. 1.

Marshall - 1/2 penny 1813 - Large letters - Price Guide and Values


Breton 972 - Canada

972

2 varieties. R. 1.


Breton 973 - Canada

973

R. 3 ½.


Breton 974 - Canada

974

R. 3 ½.

1 penny 1813 - Without wreath - Price Guide and Values


Breton 975 - Canada

975

R. 2 ½.

Hibernia - 1 penny 1805 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 976 - Canada

976

2 varieties. R. 1 ½.

Hibernia - 1/2 penny 1805 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 977 - Canada

977

R. 3 ½.

Trade & Commerce - 1/2 penny 1811 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 978 - Canada

978

R. 2.

Commerce - 1/2 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 979 - Canada

979

3 varieties. R. 1.

1/2 penny 1814 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 980 - Canada

980

2 varieties. R. 2.

1/2 penny 1837 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 981 - Canada

981

3 varieties. R. 1 ½.

Waterloo - 1/2 penny 1816 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 982 - Canada

982

R. 1.

Victoria - 1/2 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 983 - Canada

983

R. 2.

Success to Trade - 1/2 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 984 - Canada

984

R. 2 ½.

Vittoria - 1 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 985 - Canada

985

R. 2 ½.

Cossack - 1 penny 1814 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 986 - Canada

986

Several varieties; one, which is much rarer than the others, has the U and I in Cuidad transposed, making it read Ciudad. R. 1. Variety with Ciudad. R. 2.

Cuidad - Madrid - Price Guide and Values


Breton 987 - Canada

987

Several varieties in copper and brass. R. 1.

Cuidad - &c.&c.&c. - Price Guide and Values


Breton 988 - Canada

988

1 ½.

Salamanca - Madrid - Price Guide and Values


Breton 989 - Canada

989

2 ½.

Richard Hurd - 1 penny 1814 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 990 - Canada

990

2 varieties. R. 1 ½.

Richard Hurd - 1/2 penny 1814 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 991 - Canada

991

R. 3.

Richard Hurd - Farthing 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 992 - Canada

992

R. 1.

Facilitate trade - 1/2 penny 1825 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 993 - Canada

993

This is claimed by Christmas for Jamaica, but since Sandham described it among his doubtful, it has been classed as Canadian. Atkin believes it to be an English token. R. 1 ½.

British Colonies - 1/2 penny 1825 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 994 - Canada

994

1813-14-15. 2 varieties of each date. R. 1.

Spread Eagle - 1/2 penny 1813 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 995 - Canada

995

This coin was probably issued in Prince Edward Island, where a large hoard was discovered. R. 1 ½.

Public accomodation - 1/2 penny 1815 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 996 - Canada

996

This coin, which was also found in large numbers in the Prince Edward Island hoard, seems to have been issued about the same time as last. The side bearing the ship is from the same die. R. 1 ½.

Public accomodation - 1/2 penny 1815 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 997 - Canada

997

About 25 varieties. R. 0.

Ships, colonies & commerce - 1/2 penny 1835 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 998 - Canada

998

R. 3.

Harp and Ships, Colonies & Commerce - Blacksmith - Price Guide and Values


Breton 999 - Canada

999

R. 4.

Ships, Colonies & Commerce - Blacksmith - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1000 - Canada

1000

R. 4 ½.


Breton 1001 - Canada

1001

R. 3 ½.


Breton 1002 - Canada

1002

3 varieties. R. 2.

Ships, colonies & commerce - 1/2 penny 1830 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1003 - Canada

1003

R. 1 ½.

Waterloo - 1/2 penny 1815 - Ship - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1004 - Canada

1004

R. 1 ½.

Ship - 1/2 penny 1812 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1005 - Canada

1005

R. 2 ½.

Ship - 1/2 penny undated - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1006 - Canada

1006

R. 2.

Waterloo - 1/2 penny 1815 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1007 - Canada

1007

R. 1 ½.

Commercial Change - 1/2 penny 1830 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1008 - Canada

1008

A very rude and poorly struck coin. It is also rare, not more than three or four specimens being known. R. 4.

Tiffin imitations - Blacksmith - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1009 - Canada

1009

This is claimed by Lindsay, with some show of reason as Irish, and by Dr. Dickinson, without any reason, as American. Sandham's claims seem to have made a home for it among Canadians. R. 1 ½.

Ireland - 1/2 penny 1830 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1010 - Canada

1010

Two varieties imported from Birmingham by a Toronto firm. R. 1 ½.

Perrins Bros. - 1/2 penny 1837 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1011 - Canada

1011

2 varieties. R. 1.

Seated Justice - 1/2 penny 1820 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1012 - Canada

1012

1820-25. There are about twenty-five varieties, mostly common, besides one dated 1825, which is very rare. They are all very inferior in workmanship. 1820 - R. 0., 1825 - R. 4.

Bust and Harp - 1/2 penny 1820 - Price Guide and Values


Breton 1013 - Canada

1013

This piece is claimed by one American Numismatist as pertaining to the United States. It was up to recent times found plentifully in circulation, in fair condition. This would indicate a much more recent date of issue than that on the coin. R. 1.


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