5 Cents 1945

Added by Alain Martineau
In personal collections 3
General Description Dominion of Newfoundland, a dominion of the British Empire (1907–1949), fully self-governing from its establishment in 1907 until its total economic collapse in 1935, after which they voted in 1949, to join confederation in the neighbouring Dominion of Canada as that country's tenth province.
Many of the coins were minted at the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa with with a small C mint mark on them.
Obv. Description George VI, father of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, His effigy is surrounded by the Latin inscription GEORGIVS VI DEI GRA REX ET IND:IMP:
Rev. Description 5 cents and date in the center, Newfoundland at the top
Catalog code KM# 19a
Mintage 203,828
Diameter 15.67 mm
Weight 1.1664 g
Material Silver 0.9250
Orientation Medal
Mint Canada - Royal Canadian Mint
Edge Type reeded
Designer Percy Metcalfe, G.W. DeSaulles
Catalog prices
*what it means?
F $1.00   VF $2.00   XF $4.00   UNC $14.00  

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