CANADIAN ERROR COINS - DIE VARIETIES

Broken Die

Die Cracks tend to grow longer and deeper into the die,
eventually this may result in a piece of the die breaking off.
Coins struck by dies with broken off edges are also known as "Die Breaks".
-More popularly known as in the USA as "Cuds".

1927 One Cent -About 10 Percent at 7:00 on the Obverse
1939 One Cent -About 5 Percent at 7:00 on the Obverse
1945 One Cent -About 5 Percent at 7:00 on the Reverse
1963 One Cent -About 7 Percent Rim Cud at 2:00 on the Reverse
1965 One Cent -Small Rim Cud at 3:00 on the Reverse

1922 Five Cents -About 10 Percent at 7:00 on the Reverse
1951 Five Cents -Small Rim Cud at 3:00 on the Reverse
1953 Five Cents -About 7 Percent at 8:00 on the Reverse
1955 Five Cents -About 5 Percent Rim Cud at 9:00 on the Reverse
1964 Five Cents -About 5 Percent Rim Cud at 11:00 on the Reverse

1938 Ten Cents -About 5 Percent Rim Cud at 10:00 on the Reverse
1940 Ten Cents -About 7 Percent Rim Cud at 3:00 on the Reverse
1943 Ten Cents -About 10 Percent at 7:00 on the Obverse
1976 Ten Cents -Image shown at the top of this page-

1939 Twenty-Five Cents -About 7 Percent at 1:00 on the Reverse
1943 Twenty-Five Cents -About 4 Percent Rim Cud at 10:00 on the Reverse
1962 Twenty-Five Cents -About 4 Percent Rim Cud at 9:00 on the Reverse
1974 Twenty-Five Cents -About 3 Percent Rim Cud at 2:00 on the Reverse
1975 Twenty-Five Cents -About 6 Percent Rim Cud at 10:00 on the Reverse
1975 Twenty-Five Cents -About 6 Percent Rim Cud at 7:00 on the Reverse
1975 Twenty-Five Cents -About 3 Percent Rim Cud at 6:00 on the Obverse

1953 Fifty Cents -About 10 Percent at 5:00 on the Reverse
1964 Fifty Cents -About 15 Percent Rim Cud at 9:00 on the Reverse

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