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The value of a coin depends on several factors such as rarity, wear, mintage, supply and demand, etc.
To help you to understand the meaning of grades such as G, VG, F, VF, EF, AU, UNC, etc., you can jump to the grading section.

CANADIAN ONE CENT

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1858 and 1859 – Victoria
1876 to 1901 – Victoria
1902 to 1910 – Edward VII
1911 to 1920 – George V
1920 to 1936 – George V
1937 to 1952 – George VI
1953 to 1964 – Elizabeth II
1965 to 2012 – Elizabeth II

 

CANADIAN FIVE CENT

1858 to 1901 – Victoria
1902 to 1910 – Edward VII
1911 to 1921 – George V
1922 to 1936 – George V
1937 to 1952 – George VI
1953 to 1964 – Elizabeth II
1965 to 2014 – Elizabeth II

 

CANADIAN TEN CENT

1858 to 1901 – Victoria
1902 to 1910 – Edward VII
1911 to 1921 – George V
1922 to 1936 – George V
1937 to 1952 – George VI
1953 to 1964 – Elizabeth II
1965 to 2014 – Elizabeth II

 

CANADIAN TWENTY CENT

1858 – Victoria
The 20 cents circulating coins was produced in 1858 only.

CANADIAN TWENTY-FIVE CENT

1870 to 1901 – Victoria
1902 to 1910 – Edward VII
1911 to 1921 – George V
1922 to 1936 – George V
1937 to 1952 – George VI
1953 to 1964 – Elizabeth II
1965 to 2014 – Elizabeth II

 

CANADIAN FIFTY CENT

1870 to 1901 – Victoria
1902 to 1910 – Edward VII
1911 to 1921 – George V
1922 to 1936 – George V
1937 to 1952 – George VI
1953 to 1964 – Elizabeth II
1965 to 2014 – Elizabeth II

 

CANADIAN DOLLAR

 

1935 and 1936 – George V
1937 to 1952 – George VI
1953 to 1986 – Elizabeth II
1987 to 2014 – Elizabeth II

 

 

CANADIAN TWO DOLLAR

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1996 to 2014 – Elizabeth II