Damaged Hub

Dies produced by chipped or broken hubs lack those affected portions of elements, usually letters. Very rarely elements may be "Sheared and displaced", please refer to the images of the 1999 February issue below.

1858 One Cent -Broken V, I and T
1876 One Cent -Broken D
1876 One Cent -Broken A and D
1876 One Cent -Broken N's
1881 One Cent -Broken A
1881 One Cent -Broken A and O
1882 One Cent -Broken T and O
1882 One Cent -Broken C, O and A
1891 One Cent -Large Date Broken N
1897 One Cent -Broken I

1881 Ten Cents -Broken I #1
1881 Ten Cents -Broken I #2
1881 Ten Cents -Broken G
1881 Ten Cents -Broken C and A

1858 Twenty Cents -Broken T and R

1999 Twenty-Five Cents February -Normal "F" Serif. (F1) -appears in only Proof Like sets *Estimated value -$10.00*.
1999 Twenty-Five Cents February -Sheared and displaced "F" Serif. (F2) *Estimated value -$20.00*
1999 Twenty-Five Cents February -Broken "F" Serif. (F3) -Common

Nova Scotia

1861 One Cent -Broken O in Scotia

Prince Edward Island

1871 One Cent -Broken E's

  • This page contains all Broken Hub varieties known to the Canadian Error Coins website.
  • Varieties listed here have a premium value over their regular counterparts of the same date.
  • Values for all coins listed here may be derived from dealer advertisements, auction results, coin guides and published trends of Canadian coins. Please do not contact us regarding the value of any coin. Please refer to your local library or bookstore.
  • If you have knowledge of any other Canadian coin that should be included in this list,
    Please contact Patrick Glassford.

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