CANADIAN ERROR COINS - DIE VARIETIES

Punch Spacing

Variations in numeral spacing and alignment, may be vertical, but mostly horizontal.
Usually involves the last digit of date, and only involves dates and mint marks.

1859 One Cent -Low 9-Same rarity
1859 One Cent -High 9-Same rarity
1886 One Cent -Wide Date*
1886 One Cent -Narrow Date
1887 One Cent -High 7*
1887 One Cent -Even 7
1888 One Cent -Wide Date*
1888 One Cent -Narrow Date
1893 One Cent -Wide Date*
1893 One Cent -Narrow Date
1895 One Cent -Low 5*
1895 One Cent -Even 5
1896 One Cent -Wide Date*
1896 One Cent -Narrow Date
1897 One Cent -Low 7*
1897 One Cent -Even 7
1907 One Cent -High 7*
1907 One Cent -Even 7
1947 One Cent -Far Maple Leaf-Same rarity
1947 One Cent -Near Maple Leaf-Same rarity

1893 Five Cents -Wide Date*
1893 Five Cents -Narrow Date
1899 Five Cents -High 9*
1899 Five Cents -Even 9
1926 Five Cents -Far 6*
1926 Five Cents -Near 6
1947 Five Cents -High Maple Leaf*
1947 Five Cents -Low Maple Leaf
1947 Five Cents -Far Maple Leaf

1947 Ten Cents -High Maple Leaf
1947 Ten Cents -Low Maple Leaf
1947 Ten Cents -Near Maple Leaf*
1947 Ten Cents -Joined Maple Leaf*

1947 Twenty-Five Cents -Low (Small) Maple Leaf*
1947 Twenty-Five Cents -High (Medium) Maple Leaf
1947 Twenty-Five Cents -Near (Large) Maple Leaf*

1941 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1941 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date
1942 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1942 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date
1943 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1943 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date
1943 Fifty Cents -Low 3 (Also has a repunched 3)*
1944 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1944 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date
1944 Fifty Cents -High 4*
1944 Fifty Cents -Low 4*
1945 Fifty Cents -Wide Date Short 5*
1945 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date Short 5
1946 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1946 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date
1947 Fifty Cents -Straight 7 Wide Date*
1947 Fifty Cents -Straight 7 Narrow Date
1947 Fifty Cents -Curved 7 Wide Date*
1947 Fifty Cents -Curved 7 Narrow Date
1949 Fifty Cents -High 4*
1949 Fifty Cents -Even 4
1951 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1951 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date
1952 Fifty Cents -Wide Date*
1952 Fifty Cents -Narrow Date

1947 One Dollar -Blunt 7 Wide Date*
1947 One Dollar -Blunt 7 Narrow Date

Newfoundland

1880 One Cent -Low Wide 0*
1880 One Cent -Even Wide 0
1941 One Cent -Wide Date*
1941 One Cent -Narrow Date
1942 One Cent -Wide Date*
1942 One Cent -Narrow Date
1943 One Cent -Wide Date*
1943 One Cent -Narrow Date

1941 Five Cents -Wide Date*
1941 Five Cents -Narrow Date

1941 Ten Cents -Wide Date*
1941 Ten Cents -Narrow Date
1942 Ten Cents -Wide Date*
1942 Ten Cents -Narrow Date
1943 Ten Cents -Wide Date*
1943 Ten Cents -Narrow Date
1945 Ten Cents -Wide Date*
1945 Ten Cents -Narrow Date

  • This page contains all Punch Spacing varieties known to the Canadian Error Coins website.
  • An * denotes items of special rarity or value over their regular counterparts of the same date, based on current evidence.
  • 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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