CANADIAN ERROR COINS - DIE VARIETIES
Imparting the design of a number punch or mint mark into a die with a mallet, often requires more than one blow.
Slight misalignments (either lateral or pivotal) or the angle at which the punch was held, will sometimes appear as doubling on struck coins. Involves only the date and mint mark.
1943 Fifty Cents -Repunched 3 -#1 -Doubling is evident on the top of the 3
1943 Fifty Cents -Repunched 3 -#2 -Doubling is evident on the upper right of the 3
1943 Fifty Cents -Repunched 3 -#3 -Doubling is evident on the upper left of the 3
1943 Fifty Cents -Repunched 3 -#4 -Doubling is evident on the upper left and right of the 3
1943 Fifty Cents -Repunched 3 -#5 -Doubling is evident on the upper and lower left of the 3
1944 Fifty Cents -Repunched 4 -#1 -Doubling is evident on the bottom left of the 4
1944 Fifty Cents -Repunched 4 -#2 -Doubling is evident on the upper left of the 4
1945 Fifty Cents -Repunched Blunt 5 -Nice rotation between punches
1946 Fifty Cents -Repunched 6 -Doubling is evident on the bottom of the 6
1947 Fifty Cents -Repunched Curved 7 -#1 -Doubling is evident on the bottom left of the 7
1947 Fifty Cents -Repunched Curved 7 -#2 -Doubling is evident on the upper right of the 7
1952 Fifty Cents -Repunched 2
1947 Fifty Cents -Straight 7 Repunched 7 -Doubling is evident on the top of the 7
1862 Ten Cents -Repunched 2 -Doubling is evident on the bottom and upper left of the 2
Die Variety Directory | Canadian
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- This page contains all Repunched varieties known to the Canadian Error Coins website.
- All varieties here may have a slight premium value over their regular counterparts of the same date.
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- If you have knowledge of any other Canadian coin that should be included in this list,
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