CANADIAN ERROR COINS - CANADIAN WRONG PLANCHET STRIKES

CANADIAN COINS STRUCK BY A
FOREIGN MINT ON A FOREIGN PLANCHET

In 1968, the RCM contracted the US mint in Philadelphia to strike 35 million Canadian 10 Cent coins made of nickel.
It appears a few clad US 10 cent planchets were accidentally struck as Canadian dimes and released into circulation in Canada.

Canada Ten Cents struck on a planchet intended for an USA Ten Cent coin.
Copper Nickel Clad Copper - 2.27 grams - 1968 *Estimated value $2,000.00*

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