CANADIAN ERROR COINS - DIE VARIETIES

Die Crack

Coins struck by cracked dies have this crack showing as a raised line, usually in the field.

1964 Five Cents -Extra Waterline

1938 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1939 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1940 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1941 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1942 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1943 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1944 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1945 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1946 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1949 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1950 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1950 Fifty Cents No Design -Hoof thru Date
1951 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1952 Fifty Cents -Hoof thru Date
1953 Fifty Cents Large Date -Hoof thru Date

1996 Two Dollars Obverse -Thru "T" of ELIZABETH
1996 Two Dollars Obverse -Thru "1" of 1996 and "G" of DG. Reverse -Thru "R" of DOLLARS (Three).

1996 Two Dollars Obverse and Reverse - Large die cracks on both sides. Shown above.

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