CANADIAN ERROR COINS - DIE VARIETIES
Retained Broken Die
Most Die Cracks tend to grow as the dies continue to strike.
Portions of the Die may come apart and retained for a few strikes before falling away.
These will always exhibit a difference in the depth of its field in the affected areas.
1945 One Cent -About 30 Percent at 7:00 on the Obverse
1978 One Cent -About 15 Percent at 3:00 on the Reverse
1943 Fifty Cents -About 8 Percent at 5:00 on the Reverse
1953 Fifty Cents -About 8 Percent at 4:00 on the Reverse
Die Variety Directory | Canadian
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- This page contains all Retained Broken Die varieties known to the Canadian Error Coins website.
- All varieties 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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