FOREIGN COINS STRUCK BY THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
For Circulation

One Cent

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 5,000,000 Bronze 1.9 g 17.78 mm 9

Five Cents

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 15,000 Bronze 3.33 g 21.16 mm 10

Ten Cents

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 41,000 Cupro Nickel 1.4 g 16.28 mm 11

Twenty-Five Cents

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 214,000 Cupro Nickel 3.52 g 20 mm 12

Fifty Cents

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 375,000 Cupro Nickel 7 g 26 mm 13

Dollar

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 9,700 Copper Nickel 18.3 g 36 mm 14

Five Dollars

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 10,000 .925 Silver 29.7 g 40 mm 15

Ten Dollars

Date Mintage Composition Weight Diameter KM#
1972 10,000 .925 Silver 35 g 42 mm 16

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