CANADIAN ERROR COINS - STRIKE VARIETIES

Low Pressure - Weak Strike

These strikes are usually associated with die set-up.
Weak strikes are uniform in the amount of design showing, including the edge.

Weak Strike Trends

Era

Description

 10˘ 25˘ 50˘ $1
George VI
1937 - 1952

10%

$15

$35 $50 $65 $125 $300

50%

$50

$75 $100 $150 $400 $1,500

90%

$175

$200 $250 $300 $800 $3,500
Elizabeth II
1953 - 1967

10%

$12

$25 $35 $45 $100 $200

50%

$30

$50 $75 $100 $250 $1,000

90%

$125

$150 $200 $250 $600 $2,500
Elizabeth II
1968 - Date

10%

$10

$15 $20 $25 $50 $75

50%

$25

$35 $50 $65 $125 $600

90%

$100

$125 $140 $175 $300 $1,500

The strength of a weak strike is very evident
on the edge, as shown on the right.

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