CANADIAN ERROR COINS - PLANCHET VARIETIES

Unstruck Planchets

10 Cent Planchets Illustrated

Planchets that have not been upset are known as "Type I",
if upset then they are referred to as "Type II."

Unstruck Planchet Trends

Denomination Years used Composition Weight  Type I  Type II  Burnished
One Cent 1920 - 1979 Bronze 3.24 gm $12 $5 $25
1980 - 1981 Bronze 2.80 gm $25 $10 $35
1982 - 1996 Bronze 2.50 gm $10 $4 $20
1997 - Date Copper Plated Zinc 2.25 gm

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$1 -
2002 - Date Copper Plated Steel 2.35 gm $8 $3 -
Five Cent 1955 - 1981 Nickel 4.54 gm $30 $20 $50
  1982 - 1999 Copper Nickel 4.60 gm $20 $10 $20
  2000 - Date Nickel Plated Steel 3.95 gm $10 $7

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Ten Cent 1937 - 1968 Silver 2.33 gm $60 $40 $60
  1968 - 1999 Nickel 2.07 gm $15 $12 $12
  2000 - Date Nickel Plated Steel 1.75 gm $7 $5

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Twenty Five Cent 1937 - 1968 Silver 5.83 gm $80 $60 $80
  1968 - 2000 Nickel 5.05 gm $25 $20 $25
  2001 - Date Nickel Plated Steel 4.40 gm $10 $7

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Fifty Cent 1937 - 1967 Silver 11.66 gm $175 $125 $175
  1968 - 1999 Nickel 8.10 gm $60 $50 $60
  2000 - Date Nickel Plated Steel 6.90 gm $20 $15

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One Dollar 1935 - 1967 Silver 23.30 gm $300 $200 $300
  1968 - 1986 Nickel 15.62 gm $125 $100 $125

Loon

1987 - Date Bronze Plated Nickel 7 gm $100 $75 $100
Two Dollars 1996 Prefab

Bimetallic

7.30 gm - $100 -
Core 1996 - Date Aluminum Bronze 2.30 gm -

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$25
Ring 1996 - Date Nickel 5 gm -

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$60

Five Dollars

1976 Silver 24.30 gm $200 $150 -

Ten Dollars

1976 Silver 48.60 gm $250 $200 -

Type II Planchet Set (25, 50 Cents & 1 Dollar are Burnished)

Loon $

2$ Ring & Core

Prefab $2 type

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