1 Cent 1952

Added by Alain Martineau
In personal collections 39
General Description The modern 1 cent coin features two maple leaves on the same twig, first used in 1937 and has remained unchanged with one exception 1967.
In 1947 India received its independence, so "IND IMP" (India's Emperor) had to be removed from the King's titles on any British Commonweath coins dating 1948 or newer
Obv. Description George VI, surrounded by the Latin inscription inscription read GEORGIVS VI DEI GRATIA:REX
Rev. Description 1 cent with two maple leaves on the same twig, the date on the left and CANADA at the bottom
Catalog code KM# 41
Mintage 67,631,736
Diameter 19.05 mm
Thickness 1.65 mm
Weight 3.2400 g
Material Bronze
Orientation Medal
Mint Canada - Royal Canadian Mint
Edge Type plain
Designer G.E. Kruger Gray
Catalog prices
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F $0.10   VF $0.15   XF $0.20   UNC $2.00  



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