CANADIAN ERROR COINS - STRIKE VARIETIES

Off Centre

Planchet not properly centred to the dies and collar during strike, leaving an unstruck portion on the coin.

Off Centre Trends for uncirculated examples with dates.

Era

Description

 10˘ 25˘ 50˘ $1
Victoria
1858 - 1901

About 10%

$300

$500 $750 $1,000 $2,500 NA

About 25%

$650

$1,000 $1,200 $1,500 $6,500 NA
Edward VII
1902 - 1910

About 10%

$200

$350 $500 $750 $1,800 NA

About 25%

$500

$700 $900 $1,200 $4,500 NA
George V
1911 - 1936
About 10%

$150

$250 $350 $500 $1,200 NA
About 25% $350 $600 $750 $1,000 $3,000

NA

George VI
1937 - 1952

About 10%

$100

$150 $250 $300 $600 $2,500

About 25%

$150

$225 $375 $425 $1,125 $5,000

About 60%

$200

$350 $500 $600 $2,500 $8,000
Elizabeth II
1953 - 1967

About 10%

$60

$75 $100 $125 $300 $1,000

About 25%

$80

$100 $125 $150 $500 $2,500

About 60%

$100

$150 $225 $275 $1,000 $4,000
Elizabeth II
1968 - Date

About 10%

$50

$65 $85 $100 $250 $700

About 25%

$70

$85 $100 $125 $400 $1,500

About 60% 

$90

$125 $175 $225 $900 $2,200

 

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