Coin Types from Canadian Provinces


Lower Canada:


Tn2 1 Sou (ND) Bank of Montreal Token
 
 
Tn4 1 Sou (ND) Bank du Peuple Montreal
 
 
Tn5 1 Sou (ND) Token Montreal
 

Tn6 1 Sou=1/2 Penny (1837) CITY BANK on ribbon
 
 
Tn8 1 Sou=1/2 Penny (1837) BANQUE DU PEUPLE on ribbon
 
 
Tn18 1 Sou=1/2 Penny (1842-1845) Bank of Montreal
 

Tn20 1 Sou=1/2 Penny (1852) Quebec Bank Token -copper
 
 
Tn10 2 Sous=1 Penny (1837) CITY BANK on ribbon
 
 
Tn11 2 Sous=1 Penny (1837) QUEBEC BANK on ribbon
 

Tn12 2 Sous=1 Penny (1837) BANQUE DU PEUPLE on ribbon
 
 
Tn13 2 Sous=1 Penny (1837) BANK OF MONTREAL on ribbon
 
 
Tn19 2 Sous=1 Penny (1842) BANK OF MONTREAL on ribbon
 

Tn21 2 Sous=1 Penny (1852) Quebec Bank Token -copper
 
 

Upper Canada:


Tn2 1/2 Penny (1850-1857) copper
 
 
Tn3 1 Penny (1850-1857)
 
 

New Brunswick:


km1 1/2 Penny Token (1843)
 
 
km3 1/2 Penny Token (1854)
 
 
km2 1 Penny Token (1843)
 

km6 1 Cent (1861,1864)
 
 

Newfoundland:


km1 1 Cent (1865-1896)
 
 
km9 1 Cent (1904-1909)
 
 
km16 1 Cent (1913-1936)
 

km18 1 Cent (1938-1947)
 
 
km2 5 Cents (1865-1896)
 
 
km7 5 Cents (1903-1908)
 

km13 5 Cents (1912-1929)
 
 
km19 5 Cents (1938-1943)
 
 
km19a 5 Cents (1944-1947)
 

km3 10 Cents (1865-1896)
 
 
km8 10 Cents (1903-1904)
 
 
km14 10 Cents (1912-1919)
 

km20 10 Cents (1938-1943)
 
 
km20a 10 Cents (1945-1947) 0.8 silver
 
 
km4 20 Cents (1865-1900)
 

km10 20 Cents (1904)
 
 
km15 20 Cents (1912)
 
 
km17 25 Cents (1917,1919)
 

km6 50 Cents (1870-1900)
 
 
km11 50 Cents (1904-1909)
 
 
km12 50 Cents (1911-1919)
 

Nova Scotia:


km1 1/2 Penny Token (1823-1832)
 
 
km3 1/2 Penny Token (1840,1843)
 
 
km2 1 Penny Token (1824,1832) copper
 

km7 1/2 Cent (1861,1864)
 
 
km8 1 Cent (1861-1864)
 
 

Prince Edward Island:


km4 1 Cent (1871)
 
 

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This is my collection of world coins. Here you will find foreign coin photos, coin values and other information useful for coin collecting. Some coins came from the coin mint, some came from coin dealers, some came from coin auction. Some are stored in coin folders, others are stored using other coin supplies. Many of these coins are silver coins and a few are gold coins. This information is useful for coin collecting software and cataloging coin types and coin values in U.S. dollars.