CANADIAN ERROR COINS - DIE VARIETIES
Can occur two ways:
- When the date is ground down to create a blank dated hub, not quite all the previous date has been removed, and when punched with a different number punch traces of the original date are still some what visible.
- Can also occur by applying a numeral or letter punch directly to a die over an existing punch mark.
1859 One Cent -9 over 8
1882 One Cent -Large H over Small H -A slight premium value.
1858 Five Cents -8 over 5
1902 Five Cents -Wide H over Narrow H
1892 Ten Cents -2 over 1
1886 Twenty-Five Cents -6 over 3
1872 Fifty Cents -Inverted A over V
1945 Fifty Cents -Blunt 5 over Pointed 5 #1
1945 Fifty Cents -Blunt 5 over Pointed 5 #2
1880 Ten Cents -8 over 7 -All have this.
1880 Fifty Cents -8 over 7 -All have this.
Die Variety Directory | Canadian
Error Coin Directory | Main Directory
- This page contains all Over Punched varieties known to the Canadian Error Coins website.
- Unless otherwise noted, varieties listed on this page have a greater value and rarity than 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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