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Very sharp with all detail, including eye, laurel leaves, braid and hair all well defined. Has dark toning in Obv. devices and evenly scattered dark tone on Rev. It appears to have altered surfaces from improper storage; but still a decent Key cent.
|1858||Rotated Dies & Huge Die Crack||NCC-ICCS||VF30 Scrs/VF30|
The Die Crack goes right from the edge to the centre of the coin. The scrs. are in Reverse centre. The piece is in a Newcan flip with ICCS grading ticket included.
|1858||NCC||Fine 12 Punched|
Has a punch depression at 11:00 o'clock from Obverse to Reverse. Est. $65
|1859||Wide 9/8||ICCS-NCC||MS64 RB-MS64+ RD/MR|
90%/75% Gold-red with Obverse undertones of red-orange. Obverse strike is typical or a little better. Rev. strike is very sharp. One of the most attractive examples we've had for this scarce variety. On another day it might grade MS64 RD. Newcan grade MS64+ Red/Mostly Rd. Est. - $3500 - $4000.
|1859||N9 - Re-engraved '185'||ICCS-NCC||MS6S RED-MS66 MR|
85%/80% Red-orange & gold. Neat clashing of the head profile and ear on Reverse and especially between the "ONE & CENT". NO visible bagmarks - at all ! On close examination a very small delamination can be seen under the "8". Newcan grade MS66 Mostly Red (MR). Newcan breakdown - surfaces 66, Red factor 65, strike 65+, overall appeal 8 --> 9. Clients who prefer balance and colour over red % might lean to 9. Trends for MS65 70% - 80% Red - $2225. EA 067
|1859||Wide 9/8||ICCS-NCC||MS63 RB-MS64 RB|
60%/50% Red. An attractive, even mix of Red & Brown. Obverse strike is average or a little better - Reverse strike is above average. No detractive bagmarks or carbon spotting. Newcan grade MS64 RB. From an early cent collection. Est. - $1800. EJ 492
|1859||Wide 9/8||ICCS||MS63 RB|
50%/65% Gold-red. Nice frost. - both sides. A well hidden, not distracting abrasion above the back of the jaw prevents a higher grade. Est. - $1600. QD 519
|1859||Wide 9/8||NCC||MS62 RB|
35% Red remains. Considerable re-engraving in Obv. lettering and reverse date. Trends $1000.
|1859||N9 Repunched '5'||ICCS||MS63 RED|
75%/70% Orange & gold red. Has an area of bluish tone on Reverse between the 'N' in 'ONE' and the 'E' in 'CENT'. Trends $270 SV 227
|1859||Narrow Low 9||NCC||MS62 Clnd.|
Very sharp - both sides, especially Obv. Rev. is dark brown & red. Obv. has the brassy-red look of chemical cleaning. Still scarce for a 'LOW 9'. Est. $150
Dark chocolate brown. Rims are unimpaired and surfaces are without any detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $70
Razor sharp; but obviously cleaned with an artificial brassy look.
Noticeably absent from the Langdon and Victoria North collections, except for 1 MS65 RD example, this piece displays 98% --> 100% Golden-red frost. Obverse strike is razor sharp. Reverse strike is strong. Seldom seen in this condition and VERY RARE. From an older cent collection. HK 022
Newcan grade is MS64 MR (Mostly Red) - 80%/60% Gold-red with pale blue highlights and attractive frost on both sides. Nice cartwheels and strike.
Beautiful magenta and violet-blue Obverse with magenta-red in Reverse devices and dark blue in centre. Strong eye appeal for a brown and red cent. Estimate - $315.
|1881H||Obv. 1a Over 1||ICCS-NCC||MS65 RED-MS65+ RED|
100%/95% Gold-red. Full strike, blazing Obverse frost and very strong eye appeal. A few trace Obverse contacts from MS66. Trends for an MS65 with 95% + Red is $5000. Newcan grade for this example MS65+.
Steel-blue frost and hints of red on both sides. Perfect rims. AU58 Est. $80
|1882H||Obverse 1a Over 1||ICCS||MS65 RED|
100% Blazing gold-red. Full frost, razor strike, great appeal. From an earlier cent collection. Trends - MS65 Full Red - $5400. Newcan - MS65+. EI 156
Problem free and seldom available above Fine. An important KEY in the Victoria cent series. Trends $1000.
Dark chocolate brown. SCARCE. Trends $750.
|1887||7 Over 7||ICCS||MS65 RED|
100%/95% Gold-Red. An easy Gem from a older ICCS collection. Very strong frost, eye appeal & strike. Not noted by ICCS as a 7 Over 7; but it clearly is this variety. 95% RED Trends $2475 100% RED Trends $3300 EI 158
|1888||Re-punched Middle '8'||ICCS||MS65 RED|
100% Gold-red. Very frosty, sharp and attractive. Trends for 70%-->80% Red - $1200 and for Full Red - $1800 - $2700. UX 984
|1888||Repunched Middle '8'||ICCS||MS64 RED|
70%/90% Red. Obv.- orange-red with highlights of gold-red and blue-green. Rev. - gold-red. Trends $400 KC 406
Trace red in leaves and lettering. Lots of mint frost remains, especially on Reverse. Trends $45
|1891||LLLD Obverse 2||ICCS||MS65 RED|
95%/90% Gold-red with highlights of orange-red in devices. Has a faint crescent of violet tone in left Obverse devices. Strike and eye appeal are both strong. Trends for 70% --> 80% Red - $3600 and Trends for 90% Red - $4300. RU 150
|1891||SDLL Obverse 3||PCGS||AU55|
Another KEY to the Victoria cent series. Even, dark chocolate brown.
|1891||SLSD Obv. 3a||NCC||AU55|
Medium chocolate brown. Excellent rims and without any detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $375
|1891||LLLD Obv. 2||NCC||AU50|
Dark chocolate brown with hints of red in devices. No detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $90
|1893||NCC-NGC||MS65+ RB-MS65 RB|
65% Bronze-red. Full strike, excellent surfaces, strong eye appeal for an RB cent. An easy 65 with heavy frost highlights of green-gold on Reverse and bronze-gold on Overse. Cracked out of the NGC holder and rinsed in pure water. NGC grading ticket included.
70%/60% Orange-red with highlights of vibrant steel-blue in centre. Another date that was not well represented in the Langdon Auction with only 3 examples in MS64 Red and none higher. This coin is in a Newcan mylar flip along with the PCGS MS65 RB grading ticket # 21400790. Trends for an MS65 Red with 70% --> 80% Red is $1625 and Newcan's estimate for this piece is $1200.
85%/75% Gold-red. Has one small carbon in the hair over the ear; but still well balanced and very attractive. Trends $400 VJ 967
Dark brown with some faint hairlines on Reverse. Est. $60.
75%/35% Golden-red. Full strike, strong frost and pleasing eye appeal. Has a clashed ear below the 'N' in 'ONE' and a complete clashed outline of the Queen's profile on Reverse. This clashing is a recurring feature of the 1895 in about 1 or 2 in every 25 strikes. Est. - $600.
Dark chocolate brown. No detractive scratches,digs or carbon. Trends $50
|1896||Near 6||ICCS-NCC||MS65 RED-MS66/65 RED|
95%/90% Gold-red. Full strike. Premium surfaces and frost. NO SPOTS. Eye appeal is excellent. Only 3 high grade examples in the Landon and Victoria North sales. To give added side to side grading precision Newcan grade - MS66/65 Red. Est. - $1600.
|1896||Medium 6||ICCS-NCC||MS65 RED-MS66/65 RED|
90% Golden-red. Nice strike, frost and surfaces. Newcan grade MS66/65. MS65 Trends with 70% --> 80% - $1350.00 and Trends for 90% Red is $1600. Only 3 high grade examples in the Langdon and Victoria North sales. XG 105
Full 100% gold-red with ultra heavy frost. SOLO FINEST ICCS and none available in the Langdon sale except a group containing some MS63's and lesser grades. Only 1 ICCS MS65 RED available in the Victoria North sale. VERY RARE.
|1898H||High 'H'||ICCS||MS65 RED|
100%/90% Gold & orange-red. KEY DATE. Tied highest grade by ICCS. A few mintstate 64's and 63's in the Langdon Sale and only one in the Victoria North sale having a red factor that many would call RB - it did not sell. From an older cent collection. Trends for an MS65 90% Red - $4800. YW 957
|1898H||High 'H'||NCC||MS64 RB|
65%/50% Red. A tough date that is well struck and well balanced with nice frost and appeal. Est. - $475.
Lots of underlying red shows through dark to meium brown. Excellent rims and surfaces, with no detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $90
Nice even medium to dark chocolate brown.
Dark chocolate brown. Rims have a few very minor bumps.
Full strike. Obv. is a beautiful violet-blue & dark purple with ultra heavy frost. Rev. is a dark frosty brown. Surfaces have minimal contacts & no spotting.
|1899||Re-engraved Last 9||NCC||AU|
Dark chocolate brown. Charlton lists at $150; but we feel that is much too high.
90% Pale lilac-gold. Only one ICCS MS66 higher. Full strike, nice frost & strong eye appeal with surfaces of a 65+. From an older cent collection.Trends for MS65 Red with 90% red - $6000. UX 726
|1900||Plain||ICCS-NCC||MS64 RED-MS65 MR|
85%/75% Orange-red with surfaces of a higher grade - free of bag marks or carbon spots. Newcan grade MS65 Mostly Red (MR) with strong eye appeal and strike. Estimate - $1600. KC 950
85% Gold-red. Well struck and attractive. Trends for 70% --> 80% Red - $1350. VO 937
Dark chocolate brown. Nice frost on both sides. Has some carbon deposits on Reverse. Est. $75
Dark choclate brown. No detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $65
Nice chocolate brown. Est. $32.
100% Full gold -red with strong cartwheel frost. Has a few modest carbons on Reverse. A nice fit as a display coin for Heaton Type. Trends $200 YX 906
55%/65% Red. No detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Est. $90
Dark chocolate brown. No detractive scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $35
100% Blazing orange-red. Ultra heavy frost Has one tiny static spot just touching the inner ring at 9:30 0'clock. Est for an MS66 FULL RED - $1500 - $1800
85% Gold-red. Gem Reverse. Has a carbon on the left ribbon end; but still attractive. Trends $120 CG 574
30% Red. Strong frost for a 62.and graded on the button. Attractive, even brown & red. Trends $70
95% Gold-red. Has one spot on each side. Trends $160 RD 556
Looks like a precursor to the coins of 1908 that were gold-plated by a jeweler. Perhaps this piece was a trial run by the jeweler ?? Newcan is of the opinion that this piece is not a modern fabrication but a contemporary jeweler experiment.
This is the only gold-plated Canadian coin that we have seen with a date other than 1908.
90%/85% Gold-red. Sharp and very appealing. A few contacts from 65. Est. $300
Ultra heavy, bluish-brown frost, very sharp strike, premium Gem surfaces and awesome eye appeal for a brown cent. Newcan grade an easy 65+.
Lustrous brown with
KEY DATE. 95% Gold-red. A few light, non central carbons. Trends for an MS64 with 70% --> 80% Red - $1800 and for 95% Red - $2340. JT 416
90%/70% Orange-red. Superb strike. Very strong Obverse eye appeal. Trends $250
A very well struck example of this contemporary jeweler fantasy alteration. These do not turn up very often, especially with an above average preservation of the gold plating.
FULL GOLD RED on both sides. The frost is also excellent on both sides; which is very unusual for 1909. Usually one side or the other (more often - Rev.) has a very subdued frost - not so with this example. There was one ICCS MS65 Red example in the Victoria North auction and only a group lot # 725 containing 11 pieces graded "MS60 --> 63 or better" and described as "average Mintstate 62" in the Landon Sale. (NOTE - do not confuse the words 'frost' and 'lustre' with 'red'. Newcan uses the word red, only to refer to the amount of red. The use of the descriptive words 'frost' or 'lustre' refers only to the 'fineness' or 'reflectivity' of the coin's surface. Remember an original 80% --> 100% red copper may have a subdued frost due to an inferior 'fineness' of its surface.) This piece is from an earlier ICCS collection. 100% Red Trends $250 X 1.5 = $375. ZI 199
Nice evn medium brown. Trends $17.
70% Matte red. Frost is subdued. Strike and surfaces are OK. Trends $250 LD 446
Premium surfaces and eye appeal. 35%/75% Red. Reverse is orange-red and the Obverse is reddish brown. Frost is very strong and enhancing. Est. - $275.
90%/100% Gold-red. Frost is strong on Obv. and ultra heavy on Rev. Est. $120
Nice frost and a balanced mix of red & brown. Trends $60
An even lustrous brown with trace red in lettering. Est. $45
|1912||ICCS-NCC||MS65 RED_MS65+ RED|
PQ 95%/100% Orange-red. Heavy frost and strike. A high end 65, from some years ago and with strong eye appeal. 95% Red Trends $650 IU 809
|1912||NCC||MS63 Lus.. Tr. Rd|
Trace red in devices with heavy steel-blue frost on both sides. Very attractive. Est. $50
|1912||NCC||MS62 L. BN|
Very strong & attractive blue-brown frost; but a weak Obverse strike. Est. $40
60%/85% Golden-red. Very well struck with nice frost and appeal. Est. - $375.
|1913||NCC||AU58 Tr. Rd.|
Nice frost with underlying red on both sides. Est. $35
95% Red. Nice strike, excellent frost and surfaces. Has a very small carbon well hidden at the left side of the bow. Trends for MS65 Red with 95% - $1040.
Nice strike, ultra heavy Obverse frost and very heavy Reverse frost. An attractive, well balanced mix of steel-blue and light brown with iridescent blue Obv. cartwheels. It could also be called Lustrous Brown and Red or Lustrous Trace Red.
30% Red. Est. $120
|1915||NCC||MS62 Lus. Tr. Rd.|
Considerable red remains in Reverse devices. Very frosty. Est. $50
|1916||NCC||MS65 FULL RED|
100% Blazing golden-red. Very heavy frost. Great eye appeal and surfaces. Trends for 70% --> 80% Red is $450 and Full Red Trends - $675.
|1916||NCC||MS63 Lus. Brn.|
Dark chocolate brown. Frosty. Est. $50
A nice even mix of Brown & red. Trends $40
|1916||NCC||MS62 Cleaning Scrs. Rev.|
Very red; but with cleaning scrs. on Rev.
Not too bad; but with definite altered surfaces.
|1918||ANACS-NCC||MS65 RD-MS65 RD|
95%/85% Gold-red. Graded right and an underrated date. Trends $450
95% Gold-red. A very under-rated date in GEM, especially with strong frost on both sides. One small carbon on Reverse at the top of the 'N' in 'CANADA'. Est. $450 PQ 651
Well struck with very heavy frost on both sides. Easy Gem surfaces with highlights of steel-blue on Obverse and cobalt blue on reverse. Red is mainly in the devices with eye appeal on both sides.
45% Red. Sharp with strong frost and balanced Gem surfaces. Nice appeal.
60%/20% Golden-red. Very heavy frost. Reverse has overtones of bluish-brown. Est. $275.
25%/50% Red. Balanced, frosty and attractive. Trends $30
75%/70% Gold-red. Well struck. Trends $70 AD 710
Red in devices. Trends $30
Obv. 35% Red. Rev. 50% Red; but it has a large area of black tone. Trends $30
|1920||Large||NCC||MS63 Lus. Tr. Rd.|
Red still remains in lettering - both sides. Very heavy frost and strong eye appeal for a trace red 63. Est. $46
|1920||NCC||MS62 Lustrous Brn. & Rd.|
Much more brown than red; but still with nice frost. Est. $24.
80%/75% Gold-red with traces of orange-red in centre of Reverse. Very frosty, attractive and scarce. Many would call it Red. Estimate - $3200.
VERY SCARCE in this condition. 80%/90% Gold-red. Typical 1922 semi-matte surfaces. No carbon problems. Trends $1500
Horizontal detail in crown band is complete. Diamond is visible. Fine 12 is a conservative grade. Fine 12 Trends $33 PC 099
KEY DATE. 30% Gold-red. Looks Unc. Considerable mint frost on both sides with hints of steel-blue on Rev. Obv. strike is weak. Trends $175 KE 143
Horizontal crown band is still unbroken. Trends $55
A problem free Key. Est. $35
Medium brown key date. Trends $14.
Dark chocolate-brown with a hint of gold on Reverse. A nice KEY DATE. Trends $120 JX 019
Key Date. Trends $50
6 pearls in King's horizontal crown band. A moderate cut in Obverse fields visible with a magnifying glass. Not distracting. Trends $45.
85%/95% Gold-red. Obv. has an orange peel texture due to being struck from a tired die. Rev. frost is very strong & eye appeal is considerable. Est. $6000
VERY SCARCE and badly under-supplied in the marketplace. 85% Orange-red with a very sharp strike and heavy frost. Has a not distracting drag mark on Reverse; but still an attractive, solid MS65. QX 542.
|1927||NCC-PCGS||MS65 Tr.RD-MS65 BN|
Ultra heavy frost with gold-red in devices on both sides and on Rev. fields. Excellent strike. Surfaces are an easy 65+. In a Newcan holder with the PCGS grading ticket enclosed. Est. - $1000 --> $1200.
Sharply struck. Obverse has ultra heavy frost with beautiful, even light blue appeal. Reverse has nice, light blue frost with orange-red in devices. Gem surfaces - both sides. Est. - $700.
SCARCE. 40%/50% Orange-red. Nice frost and no spots. Est. $685
85%/75% Gold-red. Nice appeal. Sharp strike. excellent 65+ surfaces. Very strong cartwheel frost. Trends $1800.
70% Red. Well struck, balanced and carbon free. Trends $350 QK 951
Good detail and appearance. All 8 horizontal band pearls and vertical crown jewels.
|1929||High 9||NCC||Fine 15|
Full unbroken band with 6 pearls visible; but weak. Scarce. Est. $35.
Mostly Red 75%/85% Gold & orange-red. Ultra heavy cartwheel frost Obv. Strong Rev. frost. Balance & appeal - excellent. Surfaces are MS66/65. Although not full red, still one of the prettiest we have offered. Est. - $2500.
35%/15% Red. Strike is razor sharp. With a 16 power glass, surfaces are perfect except for 3 minute tics - 1 in the hair behind the ear, 1 at high point of cheek and 1 barely visible, even with the glass, in mid fields behind the King's head. Frost is very heavy with highlights of steel-blue. Very strong eye appeal for a Brown & Red cent. Est. - $1500.
|1930||NCC||MS65 Lustrous RB|
45%/60%. Very heavy golden-brown frost. Superb strike. Gem surfaces and strong appeal. Est. - $1350.
Obv. is well struck with strong bluish-brown cartwheel frost. Rev. is has balanced bluish-brown frost and 15% orange-red in devices. Nice appeal, especially on Obverse. Est. - $900.
Some frost still in devices. Trends $30
|1931||NCC-ICG||MS65 Br.& Rd -MS65 RB|
15% Red. Ultra heavy frost - both sides. Full strike. Strong eye appeal. ICG is often criticized; but sometimes right on the button. Surfaces of a 65+. Est. - $1125.
Obv. strike is a little weak; but there is lots of blue-brown frost remaining on both sides. Trends $35
|1932||NCC-ICG||MS65 RB-MS65 RB|
30%/55% Red. Well struck. Very strong frost and appeal on Rev., semi-matte frost Obv. Surfaces are 65 +. Est. - $350.
30% Gold-red. Sharp and attractive. Strong frost on Obv. Average frost on Rev. Est. - $135.00.
|1932||NCC||MS64 L. BR.|
Nice strike and appeal. Very heavy bluish-brown frost. Obv. has 1 light carbon below 'IND'. Est.- $125.00.
60%/95% Steel-blue & gold/ gold-red. Very sharp strike. Very strong frost and appeal - both sides. Est. - $$375.
95%/90% Gold-red. Well struck and very attractive with strong frost. Trends $125 EV 767
95%/100% Gold-red. Sharp and very frosty. Trends $60 ET 718
65% Red. Nicely struck with a pleasing appearance on both sides. Trends $40
A high end 65 with 100% Blazing gold-red, a razor sharp strike and ultra heavy frost. 100% Red Trends $1500 - $2000.
95% Gold-red. Very sharp. Strong frost and eye appeal - both sides. Est. - $1500.
95%/90% Gold-red. Full strike, heavy frost, strong eye appeal. In a Newcan flip with the ICCS Grading ticket included. Est. $275
90%/100% Orange-red. Trends $100 FM 911 - 'Pittman Sale'
Blazing 100% gold-red with very heavy frost. Trends for 100% Red $100 NG 045
95% Bright orange-red. Heavy frost & no spots. 95% RED Trends $85
100% Blazing gold-red. Ultra heavy frost. 100% Red Trends $100 XT 394
|1938||NCC||MS65 FULL RED|
100% Blazing gold-red. Trends for 100% Red $95
90%/95% Gold-red. Trends $40 RR 822
|1940||ICCS-NCC||MS65 RED-MS66 MR|
85%/80% Gold-red. No bagmarks at all. Full sttrike with nice frost. Newcan grade MS66 MR (Mostly Red). Part of an older cent collection. QJ 020
FULL Bright orange-red. Very strong frost and appeal. An easy Gem that Newcan would grade MS65/66. Part of an older collection in a heavily embossed ICCS holder. Trends for a FULL Red Gem - $75. JJ 343
90% Gold-red. Trends $50 SK 192
80%/85% Gold & orange-red with lime iridescent lime green at the Obverse edges. Part of an older cent collection with beautiful bullseye appeal and strong frost. VH 253
85% Gold-red. Well struck with attractive cartwheel frost - both sides. Trends $500.
70%/80% MR (Mostly Red). A pleasing, well struck cent with nice cartwheel frost. Trends for 75% --> 90% Red - $500.
90%/95% Gold-red. Obverse has a light print. Trends $85 JY 005
80% Orange-red. Trends $85
80% Orange-red. Very light print on Obverse. Trends $85 RP 096
95%/100% Blazing gold & orange-red. Ultra heavy frost with hints of blue-green, violet and lime at Rev. bottom edge. This piece has gorgeous eye appeal.
FULL Orange-red. Strong frost, strike and eye appeal. Trend for Full Red - $375.
95% Bright orange-red with very heavy, cartwheel frost. Has a few traces of carbon specks on Reverse visible with glass. Trends for 95% Red - $325.
95% Bright orange-red. Very heavy cartwheel frost with strong eye appeal & strike. Trends for 95% - $325. OW 851
100%/95% Gold-red. Premium eye appeal and frost. Has a minor delamination on Obv. edge at the 'I' in 'IMP'. Part of an older cent collection. KA 938
95% Bright orange-red. Surfaces, appeal & frost of an easy 65. Rev. has a semi-specimen quality. 95% Red Trends $325.
80% Orange-red. No carbons and well struck. Trends $250. AG 055
65%/80% Orange-red. Nice appeal and frost, especially on Obverse. Est. - $120.
100%/95% Orange-red. Has light contact on the King's head; but nothing detractive. Obverse fields are Gem. Reverse is an easy Gem. Spot free. Trends $50.
85%/75% Orange-red. Trends $50.
90% Orange-red. Trends $50.
75% Red. Newcan grade MS64 Mostly Red.
75% Red. Newcan grade MS64 Mostly Red.
A balanced blend of RB and Red. Est. $15.
SUPERB lime-green, violet-red and gold frost & eye appeal. 2 minor Obv. contacts from a higher grade and the prettiest 1944 we have ever seen.
|1944||Type 1||NCC-PCGS||MS65 RED-MS65 RB|
THE KEY DATE. As per the standard composition of Type 1 1944's this example displays 80% --> 85% Deep orange-red, ultra fine surface frost and superb cartwheels. Also present are 2 of the regular Type 1 indicators - strike pressure slide ridges along the back of the lower jaw and a tiny mole-like metal bump at the highpoint of the King's cheek. The latter indicator is present on some of the Type 1's; but not all. PCGS was perhaps unaware of there being 2 distinct composition Types and called it MS65 RB. The more correct grade for this Type 1 is MS65 RED. Newcan has viewed every 1944 cent we have seen since 1982 and no Type 1 example has ever shown more red than this piece. We have seen 2 other Type 1's equal in this deep orange-red composition. This coin is cracked out of the PCGS holder and the PCGS grading ticket is included. In 2005 and 2006 this piece was in Trends at $4500. When the recession came Trends was lowered over a period of time to $2000 - this was extreme over kill. The last piece we viewed as an accurately graded MS65 Red sold for approx. $2600 + buyers fee & taxes.
|1944||Type 1||NCC||MS65 RED|
85%/75% Deep orange-red. As per Type 1 this piece displays the strike pressure slide ridges at the back of the lower jaw and the tiny mole-like metal bump at the high point of the King's cheek. Surfaces are ultra fine and cartwheels are excellent. RARE. Trends for any 1944 in MS65 RED, regardless of which Type are way too low !!! In 2007 the Trend was $4500 !!!!
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 RED/RB|
100%/65% Pale lilac-red. As per approximately 5% of all Type 2's this piece shows strike slide frost at left Reverse edge, a re-occurring feature of this date. This is the first 1944 that Newcan has seen with a 100% red Obverse.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 RB|
70%/75% Orange-red with gold-red at the right Reverse edge in strike-slide frost.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 RED|
95%/70% Orange-red. Has hints of lilac-purple in centre on both sides and strike slide frost at Reverse right edge. A recurring feature of 1944 Type 2's.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 MR|
Mostly Red 75% Gold & orange-red. Very strong frost, eye appeal & strike. Est. - $1300.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 RB|
60% Deep orange-red with nice frost. Est. $1200.
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS64 RED|
FULL Bright orange-red. VERY RARE with this much red regardless of the grade. Newcan has only had one other full red in any grade.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 RB|
Beautiful violet-red and blue eye appeal on both sides. One of the prettiest we have listed. The composition of the Canada cents in 1944 contains trace elements not normally found in the earlier Second World War years. It should come as no surprise that the cent production copper blanks at the end of the war were inconsistent and that attention to purity was not high on the list of things to do. As a result the reactive trace elements during the period from 1943 --> 1945 caused unusual patina colourations. This was especially so in 1944. The same reactive feature can also be seen in Newfoundland 1944 cents. Colours that occur are wine red, violet-red, deep orange-red, bright orange-red, lime green, blue-green and blue and very occasionally gold-red. Few collectors appreciate the elemental cause and amazing variety in colour for 1944 cents. Est. - $850.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 MR|
Mostly Red 65% Deep wine-red. A typical but attractive and sharp Mostly Red Type 2.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 L.Tr. RD|
Very heavy blue frost with traces of wine-red in devices. Reverse shows traces of reaction to water rinse at Mint. Est. - $650.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 RB|
45% Violet-red & blue. Strong cartwheels. More brown than red but still attractive.
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS64 RED|
70%/75% Orange-red. Reverse is better than average. Trends - $180. YO 941
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS64 RED|
65%/75% Orange-red. Trends - $180. PX 537
85%/80% Deep orange-red. Heavy frost. Reverse has slide frost at right - a recurring 1944 marker. Trends $180
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS64 RB|
75%/65% Wine-red. Strong carwheel frost on Obverse. Est. - $125.
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS64 Planchet Flaw|
70%/65% Red. Has a moderate strike rim flaw at 8:00 o'clock Obv. edge. Not distracting.
Has about 70% --> 80% Red. An attractive and balanced Key Date. Trends $75.
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS63 RED|
65%/70% Mauve-red. Newcan grade MS64 RB. JN 719
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS63 RB|
65%/45% Mauve-red. Has 2 small spots on Obv. and 2 small spots on Rev. WE 176
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS63 RB|
65% Orange-red. Some not distracting spots - otherwise a nice 64. BX 229
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS63 RB|
55%/60% Deep orange-red. 1 not distracting spot hidden between Reverse stems. BX 227
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS63 RB|
40%/20% Red. Newcan grade MS64 Brn & Rd. WE 178
|1944||Type 2||ICCS||MS62 RB|
30%/45% Red. Newcan grade MS64 or 63+ Brn & Rd. NN 894
VERY RARE. 85% Pale lilac-red/75% Orange and lilac-red. POR.
|1944||Type 2||NCC||MS65 +|
VERY RARE. 85% Orange-red. The best we have seen in many years. POR
|1945||NCC||MS65 + FULL RED|
Gorgeous 100% Orange & gold-red with outstanding eye appeal. Has 1 carbon hidden on the very outside edge of the Overse at 7:00 o'clock.
|1945||NCC||MS65 FULL RED|
A beauty that would enhance any Geo VI 1c collection. FULL Gold-red - the exception for this date which usually comes as orange-red or deep oirange-red.
80% Deep orange-red with beautiful eye appeal. A high end 65. Trends $500.
70% Deep orange-red and magenta. Trends $500
85%/75% Rich orange-red. A semi-key date with beautiful eye appeal - both sides. Trends $500.
70% Pale Lilac-red & orange-red. Semi-key and attractive. Trends $500
95%/100% Golden-red. Trends for 95% Red. $65
75% Orange-red. Trends $50
35%/65% Red. Was originally certified as MS64 Red. Est. $45.
75%/80% Orange-red. An easy MS64 with claims to a higher grade. From an older collection. Trends - $50. RT 260
80%/85% Rich orange-red. Strong carwheel frost and premium eye appeal. Clash line to right of lower stem. Trends $100.
85%/90% Orange-red. Beautiful cartwheel lustre - both sides. Trends $100.
PQ Eye Appeal in 80%/90% fire orange-red. Trends $100.
95% Gold and orange-red. An easy MS65. 95% Red Trends $130 MY 427
60%/70% Red. CX 064
Full Orange-red. Est. $90.
100% Blazing orange-red. Great eye appeal. Trends for full red - $90.
100% Blazing orange-red. From an older cent collection. QX 563
98% Blazing Red. One small wisp of tone well hidden on Obv. Trends - 95% red $75. PD 963
98% Blazing orange-red. CX 076
|1947||ML Ptd. 7||NCC||MS64 RED|
|1948||A To Denticle||ICCS||MS65 RED|
100% FULL Gold-red with just a hint of orange on Reverse. Trends $600. OV 284
|1948||A Off Denticle||NCC||MS65 MR|
70%/65% Mostly red. Full strike with strong cartwheels. Has a faint hint of steel-blue at right Reverse edge. An attractive, scarce variety in Gem.
|1948||A Off Denticle||ICCS||MS64 RED|
FULL gold-red. 100% RED Trends $125.
|1948||A To Denticle||ICCS||MS64 RED|
85% Gold-red. Newcan grade MS64+ Red. Trends $75. LY 805
|1948||A To Denticle||ICCS||MS63 RED|
95% Bright orange-red. Has a few light tone streaks Obv. & a few not distracting spots. Still very attractive. PD 966
|1948||A To Denticle||ICCS||MS63 RED|
85%/80% Orange-red. A few light spots Obv. & one spot in the circle of the number '9'. Still quite attractive. PD 971
|1948||A To Denticle||ICCS||MS63 RED|
75%/85% Orange-red. Has an area of light tone at centre right Obv. and moderate spotting in Rev. leaves. PD 976
|1948||A Off Denticle||ICCS||MS62 RB|
Uneven tone on Rev. A couple of carbons at 3:00 o'clock Obv. edge.
|1949||A To Denticle||ICCS||AU50|
Dark chocolate brown and attractive. KC 285
|1949||A To Denticle||ICCS||AU50|
Lustrous blue-brown and very pretty.
|1949||A Off Denticle||ICCS||MS65 RED|
Blazing 100% Gold-red. 100% Red Trends $75 BZ 954
|1949||A To Denticle||ICCS||EF40|
Dark chocolate brown.
|1950||NCC||MS65 FULL RED|
100% Bright orange-red. FULL RED Trends - $90.
100% Blazing gold-red. Trends for Full Red $90
Full gold-red. 100% Red Trends $90 IE 400
100%/95% Orange-red. Trends $60.
|1950||ICCS-NCC||MS64 RED-MS65 RED|
80%/100% Orange-red. Newcan grade MS65 RED. CX 089
|1950||ICCS-NCC||MS64 RED-MS65 RED|
90%/80% Orange-red. Newcan grade MS65 RED. CX 083
|1950||ICCS-NCC||MS64 RED-MS65 Mostly RED|
75%/90% Orange-red. Should have been certified 65 RED. CX 087
|1950||ICCS-NCC||MS64 RED-MS65 Mostly RED|
75%/100% Orange-red. Could have been graded 65. CX 084
|1950||NCC-ICCS||MS64 RED Rotated Dies|
98%/90% Bright orange-red. Has 2 faint carbons on Obv. - otherwise would be a 65+. Cracked out of the ICCS MS64 holder with ICCS grading ticket included. CX 094
70%/80% Orange-red. Has a trace of micro carbons on Obv. Newcan grade MS64+ Mostly RED. CX 085
100% Bright orange-red. But for 2 edge carbons this attractive cent would be an easy Gem 65. LY 809
100% full golden-red. Sharp and with no carbons. Actually, quite difficult to find like this. Trends for 100% Red $225. LL 075
95%/100% Gold-red. Strong frost and eye appeal. Trends $150.
95% Orange-red. Has 2 minor carbons on Obverse - 1 is very small and 1 is tiny. Trends $150.
90%/100% Bright orange-red. A few flecks of carbon - otherwise a 66. Trends - $150.
90%/100% Orange-red. A light crescent of tone in Obv. lettering from 5:00 to 9:00 o'clock. Trends $40. RT 361
85% Bright orange-red. Trends - $40. WE 245
Your choice - both 85% --> 90% Orange-red. Trends $40 each. WE 238 (Cracked out of the ICCS holder - grading ticket included.), PD 982
98%/100% Red. Trends $75.
FULL RED - both sides. A high end 65 with excellent frost and great appeal. Trends for 100% Red $90 IL 971
90% Gold-red. Full strike and no carbons. Close to 66. Trends - $60. WE 277
FULL Orange-red. Trends - $60 --> $90.
85% Orange-red. A strong 65. Trends - $60. WE 252
90% Bright orange-red. Trends $60. LY 817
|1953||NSS||ICCS-NCC||MS65 RED-MS66 RED|
FULL RED. Heavy frost with hints of lime-green in Reverse periphery. Newcan MS66. PQ 65 Est. $60
SUPERB magenta, red and gold eye appeal.
95% Red. Strong frost and appeal. Trends $40 NV 418
Beautiful orange-red colour and spinning cartwheel lustre.
FULL Red. Suitable for a premium PL collection. Est. $130.
Full orange-red with a hint of gold at left Obverse. Est. $150.
Beautiful carbon free RED.
|1964||Ultra Heavy Cameo||ICCS||MS65 RED|
98% Bright orange-red with an Ultra Heavy Cameo.
|1965||Type 4||NCC||MS65 RED|
90%/100% Orange-red. 1 or 2 light contacts on Obv. prevent a higher grade. Trends $200.
|1965||Type 1 - Ptd 5 Small Beads||NCC||MS65 RED|
Full blazing red. Est. for 100% Red $65
|1965||Type 1 Sm. Beads Ptd. 5||ICCS||MS65 RED|
98% Golden-red. Frosty and attractive. Trends $50 IK 445
FULL Blazing orange-red. Certified long ago. Trends $60.
FULL Blazing orange-red. Certified long ago. Trends $60.
FULL Blazing orange-red. Another old certification. Trends $60.
FULL Blazing orange-red. A last example from the same group. Trends $60.
|1966||Doubled Portrait||ICCS||MS65 RED|
100% Blast orange-red. Not designated as 'Doubled Portrait' by ICCS but clearly is.
100% Blast red. Trends $20.
|1967||Double 1967||ICCS||MS65 RED|
A spectacular example of this date variety with ultra heavy full red frost.
|1967||Doulble 1967||ICCS||MS64 RED|
100% Blazing orange-red.
SUPERB bullseye tone on both sides in orange-red and pale blue.
|1983||Near Beads||ICCS||MS65 RED|
Blazing 100% Red. Heavy cartwheel frost. Trends $40 IO 136
A balanced mix of red & brown. Trends $60
Canada Five Cents (118)
|1858||Large Date||NCC||A. Good Clnd.|
Still in its Bob Armstrong holder. Est. $75
|1872H||Wide Date Blunt 7||NCC||AU50 +|
Strong frost and well struck. Light gold tone in devices. Trends $250.
|1874||Plain 4||NCC||Good 4 Damage||$10.00|
Medium gray-gold tone on both sides. Very sharply struck. Has an interesting delamination on neck - not distracting to the eye. AU55 Trend $335.
Even light to medium copper-red and light blue - on both sides with eye appeal & frost. Trends $250.
|1884||Near 4 - 8/3 Misstruck||NCC||EF40|
KEY DATE. Problem free with rich, even steel-blue tone on both sides. Trends $1250
|1885||Small 5||ICCS||Good 4|
All lettering and numbers are clear.
|1886||Lge 6||NCC||Good 6|
Very sharply struck with a hint of tone Rev. Lots of mint frost remains. A SCARCE variety. Est. $1100
|1889||First 8 Over 3 - as per Charlton 5c varieties page 344||NCC||AU55 Cameo|
Semi-key. Very sharp strike. Lots of frost on both sides. Light gold in devices. Vertical, raised Die polish lines Obverse and Reverse. Est. for Cameo AU55 $725
|1889||First 8 Over 3||NCC||VF25|
Enhancing steel-blue tone on both sides. No detractive scratches, digs, carbon or rim impairments. Est. $175
|1891||Obv. 2 Repunched First 1||PCGS||MS65|
NO MINTSTATE 1891 5C LISTED IN ANY OF THE LEGACY SALES, NOR IN THE NOVEMBER 2016 TOREX SALE. This Obverse 2 is well struck on both sides. The obverse has very strong cartwheel lustre and eye apeeal with gold in devices and even, blue-green fields. Reverse is also attractive with excellent frost and pale blue-green in devices. Est. $3500 - $4000
Very sharp with strong white frost and deep rims. Trends $350.
Attractive, medium slate-blue tone on Obv. and light to medium on Rev. No scratches, carbon or rim impairments. Trends $37
|1897||N/W 8||NCC||VG 10|
Has one very small rim nick Obv. and 2 on Rev. Est. $25
Very sharp with strong eye appeal, especially on Obverse. Reddish-gold with hints of blue on Reverse. Only 10 ICCS graded higher. Trends $2750.
Light to medium, even, gold and blue tone on both sides with trace mauve on Reverse. Trends $1500.
|1898||Re-punched 1 and First 8||NCC||AU50 +|
Good strike with medium steel-blue frost on both sides. An attractive and original Victoria 5c. AU50 Trends $275
Light to medium blue and purple-red toning on both sides. Eyelid is distinct and appeal is balanced and very strong, especially on Reverse. EF40 Trends $165.
Beautiful red-gold toning, both sides with hints of blue in devices. Strike is razor sharp & frost is ultra heavy. No hits or bag maks. Rev. has only a couple of trace contacts; which are not at all distracting. We rate the eye appeal on this piece as outstanding. Est. $2000
Enhancing light to medium, gunmetal-blue toning - both sides. No scratches, digs or carbon. Trends $65
|1900||Round O||NCC||AU50 +|
Light gold tone - both sides. Tons of mint frost in devices. No scratches, digs or carbon and clear rims are clear. Trends $400
|1900||Oval 00||NCC||EF45 Clnd.|
Retoning slate grey. Est. $35
Blast white with very heavy frost - both sides. From an older ICCS collection with fields & eye appeal of at least 65+. Has a shot to upgrade. Est. $850 --> $1000. RM 278
|1902||Large H||NCC||MS64 +|
Very heavy blast white frost - both sides. MS64 Trends $175
|1903||Small H Re-punched 3||NCC||MS65|
Strong frost and even light gold tone - both sides. Attractive and scarce. Trends $3200
Ultra heavy white frost - both sides with trace gold at Obverse rims. Obv. has raised die polish lines with an above average strike. Rev. is very sharp. Trends $1300.
Even, medium slate-gray tone - both sides. 2 very small Obv. rim nicks and one small nick on Rev. Trends $120
Beautiful light gold tone on both sides. Strong frost and well struck. Only 2 ICCS graded higher - both at 66. RARE. Trends $3000
Brilliant with lots of mint frost on both sides. Has a very small visible cut in King's beard. Trends $100
Full strike with SUPERB royal blue & purple-red eye appeal & frost - both sides. Rev. is a strong 65. A few bagmaks on Obv., very well hidden by the beautiful toning, prevent a grade of 65 or 66. Trends $550
Rich violet-gold centres with purple-blue devices - both sides. Frost, strike & eye appeal are strong. Newcan strives to acquire coins whose qualities are pleasing to view long after they are purchased. Trends $2000
Light even tone. Some mint frost still in devices. Excellent rims. Trends $225
Lots of mint frost in devices. Scattered light blue-green on Rev. Unimpaired rims. Trends $110
Blast white, very heavy frost and well strucK. The Reverse is an easy 65. Newcan grade is 64/65. If one looks at the ICCS Population Report this piece stands just tall as the 1909 PL in regard to its Key status. ONLY 1 ICCS HIGHER at 65. Trends $3500
Light gold tone on Obv. Rev. is reddish gold at centre surrounded with enhancing blue-green frost. Trends $460.
|1910||Round Leaves||ICCS||AU50 Rim Nick|
Frosty white and attractive. The rim nick is at 2:00 o'clock Obverse and is light and not distracting. Est. $225
Light original tone on both sides. Trends $25
Brilliant with tons of mint frost. Reverse grade is 62 or 63. AU58 Trend $38
Brilliant and frosty. Sharp, problem free rims. Reverse could easily pass for a 62 or 63. AU58 Est. $38
Blast white with ultra heavy frost on both sides. Reverse strike is full and Obverse is very sharp with all 8 pearls in horizontal crown band showing and centre vertical jewels razor sharp. Minute contact on Obverse and Reverse. Est. $3200.
Very heavy frost and strike. A strong, original Gem that is just beginning to tone light gold on both sides. Trends $1250
Nicely toned an even greenish-gold on both sides. Obv. is a soft strike. Trends $200
Horizontal crown band is clear. Original with trace gold tone on Rev. Many would grade as F15. Problem free. Fine 12 Trends $25
Ultra heavy golden frost with a strong strike and eye appeal. TIED HIGHEST ICCS. Only the 1915 & the 1921 are tougher. A strong addition to a connoisseur Date or Type Set. Newcan grade MS65 PQ+.
Ultra heavy frost with just a hint of tone beginning to show at the rims. A connoisseur coin for a Date or Type Set. Est. $1300
Very strong frost. Sharply struck. Light toning in red-gold & blue-green. An eye appeal GEM +. Est. $1300
Light gold tone on Reverse with rich blue-green & gold Obverse. Trends $380
Balanced blue-green with nice frost. Obv. strike is a bit soft; but Rev. is sharp. Trends $60.
Beautiful, even, blue-green, red and gold on both sides with strong frost. Est. $60.
Ultra heavy cartwheel frost. Excellent strike on Obv. and Rev., with 8 clear pearls in horizontal crown band, 6 clear vertical jewels in upper crown centre, a full moustache and a Rev. left leaf that is far above average. Trends $1000.
|1922||Near Rim ?||NCC||AU55|
Heavy frost - both sides. Obverse strike is a bit weak. 'NEAR RIM' Trends $50
Above average strike, especially on Rev. - left leaf is very sharp. Strong frost - both sides. Trends $250.
An above average strike on left Rev. leaf with 8 beads in Obv. horizontal crown-band & all 6 vertical crown beads showing. Frost is SUPERB - rims are sharp & deep. Only a few minor Obv. contacts from MS66. Est. $2000.
Correctly graded with lots of mint frost and no distracting major bagmarks. Typical weak strike. Trends $185
Typical Obv. strike and above average Rev. strike. The left centre pearls in horizontal crown are not sharp; but the left Rev. leaf is stronger than normal. Considerable mint frost remains, especially on Reverse.
Has a minor rim tap at 7:00 o'clock Obverse edge. Horizontal crown band showing considerable detail. Centre diamond still visible. Fine 15 Trends $125
Tons of original mint frost - both sides. Typically weak Obv. strike. Unusually sharp Rev. Trends $1300.
|1926||Far 6||ICCS||Fine 15|
Horizontal crown band intact. One light meter scr. visible with a glass. Trends $285.
|1926||Far 6||NCC||Fine w. Scrs|
Scratches on Obv. Est. $110.
|1926||Far 6||NCC||VG 10 Scrs. Obv.|
Some light; but visible scratches on Obverse. Est. $80
Very strong mint frost. Obv. strike is typically weak with the second set of pearls in horizontal crown band visible with glass. Rims are sharp & unimpaired. Trends $40 HQ 417
Heavy frost. Strike is a little above average on Obv. and well above average on Rev. All 8 pearls in crown band still visible although the second set is weak. Trends $1150
Beautiful heavy frost & deep perfect rims. 8 clear beads in horizontal crown band. The 6 vertical crown beads are slightly blended at bottom 3 but all are visible. Trends $1150.
Obverse strike is well above average with 8 pearls showing in horizontal crown band and all 6 vertical jewels below the King's crown cross visible. On both sides - frost is very heavy, rims are sharp and free of any hits. All surfaces of both sides are free of any bagmarks or hits. The only minor detraction on the entire coin is a left leaf that is weakly struck at bottom. Trends $2000.
Lots of mint frost remains on both sides. Strike is typically weak on horizontal crown band - only 6 pearls showing. Trends EF45 $27 DQ 212
Weak strike. Est. $15
Lustrous. Typical Obverse strike and above average Reverse. Trends $80
Tons of mint frost on both sides. Clear unimpaired rims. Obverse strike is above average with all 8 pearls showing. Trends AU55 $180 JY 393
Obverse strike is slightly below average. Second set of pearls are missing. Trends $22 GQ 519
Typical Obverse strike. Lots of mint frost in devices. Trends $60
Weakly struck. EF45 Trends $23
Excellent frost and rims. Has the appearance of a higher grade. Trends MS63 $30 LP 473
Lots of mint frost - both sides. Trends $35
Tons of mint frost remains. Reverse is MS63. Trends AU55 $25 KB 474
FULL Bright gold-red with superb frost. A high end 65+ - very close to 66. Estimate $250.
A beautiful golden bronze-red. Surfaces of an easy 65. Trends $200.
ULTRA heavy frost on both sides with an amazing strike at eyebrow & hair. Very light contact well hidden on King; but Obv. fields are excellent. Rev. surfaces are superb with a neat die crack at left island and a strike stress line below 'CENTS'. Obv. shows a trace of clashing behind the King's head. One of the nicest 42's we have ever listed.
Strong golden frost. Obv. has minute speckling visible only with a glass. Trends $200.
Ultra heavy golden frost on Reverse and very heavy on Obverse. Rev. has great eye appeal. Trends $40
Orange-red. Trends $40.
Gold red. Trends $40.
|1942||Tombac - Re-entered 'ANADA' Zoell # R172b||ICCS||MS64|
A neat variety. Subdued gold-red; but with Gem surfaces. Trends $40.
|1944||Steel - Partial Chrome Obverse||ICCS||MS65|
A flashy Gem with heavy frost. Trends $60.
|1944||Steel - Partial Chrome Reverse||ICCS||MS65|
Ultra heavy frost and close to a higher grade. Trends $60.
|1944||Steel - Full Chrome||ICCS||MS65|
SUPERB frost and very close to 66. Trends $50.
One Obv. contact from Gem. Est. $55.
|1955||NCC||PL65 + Cameo|
The cameo shows up well against the semi-mirror fields and is very close to heavy. Trends $40
An easy PL65 with a nice cameo. Trends $40.
Beautiful Lustre. Trends $40.
An easy PL66 and brilliant. Trends $40
Looks like a PL66 or 67 with very strong lustre on both sides; but it has 3 tiny patinations on outside rim. Not at all distracting. Trends $16.
A flashy PL. Trends $30.
Very Strong Doubling. Trends $75.
Ultra Heavy Doubling. Est. $75.
Ultra Heavy Doubling.
Lots of mint frost, especially on Reverse. Beaver is weakly struck. KB 845
|1964||Extra Waterline||PCGS||MS64 Cameo|
A match to the ICCS piece. Not designated as Cameo by PCGS but clearly it is.
Heavy frost on both sides. Flashy and scarce. Trends $800.
Attractive and well graded with strong lustre. Trends $125 LH 747
|1964||NCC||PL65 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Mirror fields and brilliant. Est. $75
Trends AU58 $40 MT 905
One of the toughest Elizabeth nickels in Gem. This is the only one we have had in Gem and we never see them listed in auctions or in show displays. The quality of what the Mint struck in that year was worse than bad - it was atrocious. Newcan went through 4 complete BU bank wrapped rolls and the best we found were 2 or 3 in MS63 and this piece !! Heavily reduced in Trends in MS65 from $350 down to $200 ??? With the understanding that the piece we offer here is raw - nonetheless some interesting numbers are shown in the ICCS Pop Reports from 2013, 2015 and 2016 when the 1966 5c is compared with the 1946 5c. In 2013 the 1946 5c showed 171 pcs. in MS64 and 28 pcs. in MS65 - the 1966 showed 126 pcs. in MS64 and 28 pcs. in MS65. In 2015 the 1946 showed 195 pcs. in MS64 and 31 pcs. in MS65 - the 1966 showed 143 pcs. in MS64 and 40 pcs. in MS65. In 2016 the 1946 showed 215 pcs. in MS64 and 33 pcs. in MS65 and the 1966 showed 143 pcs. in MS64 and just 45 pcs. in MS65. The Trend for a 1946 in MS65 is $1250 and in light of the fact that Newcan has only ever had 2 or 3 - 1946 5c in MS65 - seems to validate the Trend valuation for the MS65 1946. What might these numbers say about the year 1966.
|1966||NCC||PL64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Mirror surfaces. Est. $40
SCARCE in this condition.Brilliant and semi-mirror. From an original roll - not a PL.
Of ALL the 1967 denominations the 5c has the LOWEST ICCS POPULATION by far in MS65 and only 1 in MS66. We feel Trends should be adjusted to $180 or $200. Very tough and under-appreciated.
Tougher than most collectors realize.
|1969||NCC||PL64 Ultra Cameo|
An outstanding Ultra Cameo. A few trace hairlines on Obv. Est. $50.
Ultra heavy frost. Very flashy. Est. $100
Very heavy frost. Trends $25
|1971||ICCS||PL65 Heavy Cameo|
From an older ICCS 5c collection.
Canada Ten Cents (68)
All Obverse lettering clear. Reverse - date clear, 'CENTS' A little weak in centre. Trends $20
|1880H||Obverse 2||NCC||Good 6|
All lettering and major detail clear. Unimpaired rims. Trends $25.
|1886||Sm. 6||NCC||VG 8|
VERY RARE. One of the finest certified by any service and very attractive with rich golden-brown toning. Graded on the button and very difficult to acquire in all grades, especially with no problems. Trends $16000.
|1893||Flat Top 3 Obv. 5||NCC||VF25|
A very scarce Obv. portrait variety. Lightly toned with hints of bluish-gold in devices. Perfect rims & no distractions. Est. $450.
|1894||Obv. 6 - 4 Over 4 - Level 4||NCC||EF45|
Sharp and original; but has a few moderate scrapes on Obv. The 1894 Over 4 is not easy to identify in circulated grades; but this is one is definitely not with a tilted 4 as in the Regular Date Obv. 6. Estimate - EF45 4 Over 4 Obverse 6 with a problem - 1/2 of a problem free example - $350.
|1894||Obv. 5||NCC||Good 6 Clnd.||$15.00|
|1896||Obv. 5||NCC||Good 4 Pitted|
Fully struck with nice frost. Est. $1600.
Heavy blast white frost on both sides. MS63 Trends $1000. RU 416
|1901||ICCS-NCC||VF30 Scr.-VF30 Metal Threadline|
Nice strike with hair and bun detail complete. Still in the ICCS holder, although Newcan feels it is a metal treadline not a scratch. Regardless what it is, it's only a moderate detraction and priced with a large discount. Problem free VF30 est. - $80.
Even, light to medium, bluish-gold tone with nice appeal and frost. Typical Obv. Edward strike, well struck Rev. We feel this piece has been undergraded in this PCGS holder and it may go in for resubmission. Newcan grade MS62. For now we will show the Est. as an AU55 $900.
Attractive light gold tone with lots of original mint lustre. Trends $1100
Beautiful, even light gold tone - both sides. Very strong frost & eye appeal. Only 5 PCGS higher & graded on the button. Est. $4000.
Very heavy frost, unlike most 1908 Specimen matte coinage. Perfectly even bluish-slate medium tone. Still in its very early ICCS holder for now. At first glance we thought it was an MS65 or MS66. SP64 Est. $700.
Very heavy frost. Lilac-gold Obv. and reddish-gold Rev. Very strong eye appeal, especially on Rev. Only 2 ICCS MS66's graded higher. Est. $2100.
Very heavy frost. Pale gold tone - Obv. Rev. - white with claims to a higher grade. RARE in Gem. Est. $1850.
The KEY 10c in Geo. VI. Attractive gold & blue tone at bottom half of Reverse with light gold & blue-green tone spread evenly across the entire Obverse. Extensive die cracking around periphery of Obv. Frost is heavy on Rev. & ultra heavy on Obv. An eye appeal Gem. Trends $900.
Obv. has a light scuff on neck and Rev. is a little busy. Very heavy white frost with pronounced die cracking in 'GEORGIVS'. MS60 Trends $75.
blast white with the initial appearance of a 62 or 63. Est. $55.
Balst white with a light cameo on Reverse. Trends $750.
|1948||Strong Re-engraved Double Date||NCC||MS63/64 Cameo|
Light blue toning on both sides with a nice cameo on the King. This is the only Re-ngraved Date 1948 we have seen. If not for some well hidden contacts on the Knig we might have graded it 64. Very pretty.
A touch of blue-green at bottom of Obv. Rev. is just beginning to tone light blue-green and gold. Very attractive and close to an MS66. MS65 Trends $60.
Beautiful golden tone on Obv. Trends $150
God toning on Obv. Est. $60
Engancing, rich, medium gold tone. Trends $50
Beautiful gold toning on Obverse. Reverse is brilliant. Trends $30.
Attractive. Trends $22
|1957||NCC||PL68 Heavy Cameo|
A VERY RARE PL like this. Obverse is brilliant with just a hint of tone on Reverse.
|1957||NCC||PL68 Nice Cameo|
RARE, A very scarce cameo PL issue with superb surfaces and a hint of gold tone in Reverse periphery.
|1957||PCGS-NCC||PL67-PL67 Heavy Cameo|
A RARE WHITE HEAVY CAMEO GEM. It has that pale blue pristine frost that PL specialists prize. The best example we have ever seen for this 10c Heavy Cameo PL KEY.
|1957||NCC||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
A white PL Heavy Cameo KEY and in the top 3 we have ever presented. Est. $350.
Premium gold tone and appeal. Est. $275.
Blast white Gem. Trends $40.
Another high end Pl with light gold tone. Est. $50.
|1958||NCC||PL64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
The Queen is full snow white. Est. $40.
|1959||NCC||PL66 Strong Cameo|
A very scarce, white KEY PL. in the 10c cameo series. Est - 175.
A very scarce PL in this grade. Blast white.
|1960||NCC||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Newcan feels that this Heavy Cameo 10c date and the 1959 are even tougher than the 1957. A white semi-mirror. Est. $375.
|1960||NCC||PL65 Heavy Cameo|
A RARE date with Heavy Cameo. Trace gold in Obverse devices. Rev. is vibrant blue-green.
|1960||NCC||PL64 + Very heavy Cameo|
A trace of emerald-green tone at Rev. bottom. Has 1 very light Obv. contact that prevents a MUCG higher grade.
Traces of light gold.
A blast white Gem++. Est. - $120.
Blast white and Gem++. Est. - $90.
A BLAST WHITE Gem. Trends $25.
Ultra heavy frost. From an older ICCS collection. Enhancing light gold tone on both sides. Est. - $120.
|1964||NCC||PL64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
The Queen is full snow white.
|1965||NCC||MS66 Heavy Cameo|
SUPERB perpheral gold & bluetoning on Obv. with even purple-red and blue Rev. Obv. cartwheels are stunning.
Beautiful magenta-red and peripheral blue-green toning on both sides and especially on Reverse.
Attractive blue & gold Obv. and red-gold Rev. with blue rims.
|1967||NCC||MS65 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
A beauty that would grade 66 Ultra Cameo but for a tiny break in the cameo at the back of the Queen's shoulder. Likely from roll contact, definitely not a bagmark. Est. $125.
White with heavy cartwheel lustre. Weakoy struck just below Queen's ear.
A white Gem. Trends $30.00
Scarce. White with a light cameo.
Strong eye appeal. Trends $20
Ultra Heavy frost.
Ultra Heavy carwheel frost.
Strong lustre and appeal. Est. $60
Trends - $30.
Nice cartwheel lustre. Trends $35.
Canada Twenty Cents (2)
|1858||Coinage Axis||NCC||Fine 12|
A nice, inexpensive Type piece and problem free ! Trace tone in devices. Trends $130
Trace gold tone on Reverse. Obverse is lightly thumb rubbed with a hint of gold in lettering. Otherwise original and unimpaired. Est. $85
Canada Twenty-five Cents (75)
|2000 P||Creativity P||ICCS||MS62|
Extremely RARE. Only 2 certified by ICCS and none shown in the PCGS Pop Report. A unique opportunity to acquire a Major 25c rarity. The 2000 P 25c also has an ICCS Population of 2 and it lists in Charlton at $30,000.
|1871H||Obverse 2 Re-cut '7'||ICCS-NCC||MS64-MS64 +|
RARE. Ultra heavy blast white frost. Very close to Gem with only 5 ICCS in MS65. No high grade 1871H in the Landon, the Victoria North nor the November 2016 Torex auctions. Est. $6000.
A touch of toning. Clear rims. Trends $225.
Reverse centre is flashy light blue with reddish-gold in leaves. Obv. is a light blue & gold mix. STRONG EYE APPEAL. ICCS has only 8 graded higher - 4 - 65's and 4 - 66's. In the PCGS holder with ICCS crossed grading ticket. Est. $3600.
Tons of mint frost with light red-gold and blue appeal on both sides. The grade is exactly correct and the date is tougher than most collectors realize. Trends $800.
Mostly brilliant with a trace of gold at the rims. A tough date with strong frost and nice appeal. Trends $1175.
Brilliant, with heavy frost and a very sharp strike, except the right bottom leaf. One light scuff behind the King's head, prevents a higher grade. Trends $1250.
From an early ICCS collection. Full Specimen strike. Even slate-gray tone & typical matte finish. Est. $1075.
Full razor strike, light gold tone and raised Die Polish lines on both sides. Frost is very heavy. From an earlier ICCS collection Only 4 ICCS MS65's higher. Newcan grade MS64++. Est. $3000 - $4000.
Ultra heavy frost and pale gold tone. An easy, high end Gem. Trends $325.
Full blast white. Die crack along base of Caribou's neck. Est. $1000.
Light gold with hints of blue-green on Obverse. Reverse is brilliant. Looks like a Type display piece from a Blue Whitman book. Trends $250.
Full blast white brilliance. Borderline GEM. Est. $375.
Light, even gold toning with highlights of blue on Rev. An attractive GEM piece. Trends $600.
Very attractive with light gold toning on both sides. The King is a full strike with no distracting bagmarks at all. Only very light Reverse contact and trace hairlines on Obverse prevent a grade of 2 or 3 levels higher. Possibly this piece was originally displayed in a Whitman Blue Book with date side up. Trends $25.
Blazing white frost. Excellent fields on both sides with just a trace of contact on the King's effigy. 2 small Obv. areas of light cloudiness are noted for accuracy. Trends $450.
Even light gold toning on both sides. Very attractive. Trends $220.
Light even tone - both sides. Trends $100.
Blast white cartwheel frost. Trends $100.
Obverse has strong brilliant cartwheel lustre and Reverse has very light peripheral toning. Trends $70.
A hint of gold tone on Obverse lettering and Reverse Caribou. Trends $70.
Superb white PL Gem.
Beautiful, even, light, red-gold toning.
Light gold tone in devices with a perfect Reverse. Obverse has some light contact; but overall the piece displays very attractive eye appeal. Trends $18.
Brilliant. Trends $40.
|1962||NCC||MS63 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Scarce. Brilliant with the Ultra Cameo on both sides. Est. $40
|1962||ICCS||MS64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Advanced collectors of Elizabeth silver know how rare business strike Ultra Cameos are, except for 1964 25c. This white 1962 example could grade 65 but for a few light, not distracting contacts on the Queen's neck and shoulder. The Ultra Cameo is present on both sides.
Attractive, flashy and white. Trends $50.
|1962||ICCS||MS64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Obverse is a full 65 but Reverse has a little contact below date that prevents Gem status. RARE in MS64 Ultra Heavy Cameo.
|1963||ICCS||MS64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Beautiful peripheral gold toning, especially on Obverse. The Ultra Cameo is completely revealed and adds to the very strong eye appeal. RARE.
Flashy white cartwheel frost. Trends $60.
|1964||NCC||MS64 + Cameo|
Brilliant with ultra heavy frost. A few very small contacts from a higher grade.
Brilliant. Est. $15.
|1964||NCC||MS64 Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant. Est. $25.
|1964||ICCS||MS64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
White and with strong cartwheel frost.
Brilliant with excellent cartwheel lustre. Est. $45.
Brilliant and so closae to 66. Est. $30.
|1965||NCC||MS65 + Cameo|
Enhancing gold tone on Reverse. Est. $40.
|1965||NCC||MS64 + Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Blast white and RARE. Est. $200.
|1965||NCC-ICCS||MS65 Very Heavy Cameo/MS65|
Superb light to medium gold toning on both sides. Cracked out of the ICCS holder, grading ticket included. Est. $60.
|1965||NCC||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
Red-gold tone - both sides. Strong eye appeal. Est. $90.
|1965||NCC||MS65/64 Strong Cameo|
Superb white frost. Obv. would be 66 except for light roll contact on highpoints. Obv. fields are Gem +. Rev. has light contact on Caribou's neck and antlers. Est. $22.
|1965||NCC||MS65 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
RARE. Blast white with superb spinning lustre.
Blast white. Est. $30.
Blast white with ultra heavy cartwheel lustre. On another day it could go 66. Est. $40.
Beautiful Obv. tone.
Strong Die Rotation. Brilliant. Weakly struck on cheek. Trends $25
Blast white with very heavy lustre. Trends $25.
Ultra heavy white lustre. Est. $18.
Ultra heavy blast white lustre. Trends $12.
Blast white with ultra heavy frost. Est. $135.
Blast white. Est. $14.
Light gold toning on Reverse. Est. $40.
A white Gem+.
Blast white with ultra heavy cartwheel lustre and an obvious cameo.
|1968||Silver||NCC||MS65 + Cameo|
Blast white. Est. $40.
Blast white Obv. with light gold rev. Very heavy cartwheel lustre on Obv.
Light gold tone on both sides.
|1968||Silver||NCC||MS66 + Cameo|
Superb ULTRA HEAVY blast white lustre. Except for the highpoints of the Caribou's shoulder and a few tics on the antlers the Reverse is an MS67. Obverse would be a strong MS67 or 68 but for 1 minor tic at the back of the Queen's jaw.
Blast white Obverse and attractive light, red-gold Reverse. Trends $25.
Enhancing light, red-gold toning on both sides. Trends $25.
White with a hint of gold on the Queen and Caribou. Trends $25.
White. Est. $15.
Light gold on Obv. Rev. is white. Est. $12.
Strong white frost. Est. $12.
Tied highest ICCS.
Ultra heavy cartwheel frost. When looking straight at it - it almost looks like a silver 25c. A few minute contacts from 67.
One Reverse bagmark from GEM with only 3 ICCS MS65's higher. VERY SCARCE. Trends $1500.
A steel 25c KEY.
A steel KEY. Est. $35.
|1991||NCC||Proof 67 Heavy Cameo|
A scarce date modern 25c in Heavy Cameo Proof.
Canada Fifty Cents (84)
Enhancing, even, purple & blue toning on both sides. A problem free example for Date or Type. Est. $1775.
Premium light gold & pale blue toning on both sides. Problem free. Lots of mint frost. Trends $5000.
|1871H||NCC||G - VG Cleaned|
A nice moderate grade Vicky with clear rims and some detail still in hair. A trace of toning at rims. Trends $160.
Very light gold tone on both sides, Problem free with no distracting scratches, edge nicks, spots or stains. Trends $2200.
Even, pale lilac-gray on both sides. An attractive addition to a 1908 Specimen Set. We also list a SP 1908 25c and a SP 1908 10c both in ICCS SP64.
Still, not circulated and with no scrs., scuffs or rim contact. Brilliant, attractive and affordable. Est. $1200 - $1300.
'CENTS' & 'CANADA' worn. Date visible but weak. Est. $25.
Has a long thin scratch across Obv. Est. $27.
|1943||Re-cut 3||NCC||AU50 +|
Brilliant with abundant mint frost. Est. $50.
|1944||Round Back 9 - Near 4||ICCS-NCC||MS65-65 +|
SUPERB - BLAST WHITE FROST. Strike is well above average. Newcan grade 65+. Only a few very light contacts from 66. Est. $1100 --> $1500.
|1944||Round Back 9 - Far 4||NCC||AU|
Brilliant with lots of mint frost. Trends $26.
|1944||Flat Back 9 - Near 4||NCC||AU|
Brilliant and frosty. Trends $22.
|1945||Round Back 9 - 4 & 5 Touching||NCC||MS65 Cameo|
Obverse is white and Reverse is an even, very light gold. Cameo is almost heavy. The last Canadian auction appearance for this date in Gem was Victoria North. Est. for for a 65 Cameo - $2000.
|1945||Hoof Die Break in 5||NCC||AU50|
Brilliant and very frosty. Trends $22.
|1946||Round Back 9 - High 4||NCC||AU55|
Brilliant wityh lots of mint frost. Trends $60.
|1946||Flat Back 9 - 4 Touches 6||NCC||AU55|
Brilliant and with abundant mint frost. Trends $60.
|1946||Round Back 9 - Low 4||NCC||AU50|
Brilliant, frosty and problem free. Trends $40.
|1946||Flat Back 9 - 4 Apart from 6||NCC||EF45|
Brilliant and without problems. Trends $30.
White with strong frost. THE KEY to the series. Seldom available in this condition. Trends $4000.
An original, untoned KEY DATE with only 5 ICCS graded higher. Trends $750.
Blast white with heavy cartwheel frost. An easy Gem every day of the week. TIED HIGHEST ICCS. Trends $600.
Untoned and with much potential to upigrade. Trends $450. ZI 184
|1955||NCC||PL64 Light Cameo|
Brilliant. Trends $65.
Tons of mint lustre and attractive, even, light gold tone on both sides. Trends $17
|1957||ICCS||PL65 Heavy Cameo|
Untoned, original and VERY SCARCE with only 3 graded higher in Heavy Cameo - all at 66 and 3 other H.Cam at 65. Trends are much too low. NONE IN ULTRA.
Semi-mirror and scarce. Trends $225.
What advanced collectors of PL silver often appreciate - this piece has a hint of pale blue from the catrwheel frost. Untoned. Trends $125.
Untoned with very strong cartwheels. Trends $125.
|1957||NCC||PL65 Trace Cameo|
Brilliant. Trends for PL65 with no Cameo $50.
Untoned. Trends $50.
Trace gold tone. Trends for PL65 $35.
Untoned. Trends $25.
Blast white with better than Gem fields and a strong Reverse strike. Onky light contact on hair and shoulder prevents 66. Est. $200.
A hint of gold on the rims. Trends $70
|1959||ICCS||PL67 Ultra Cameo|
RARE. Tied with one other ICCS Ultra 67 and no PL higher even with no cameo. A flashy beauty and the best we've ever seen.
|1959||ICCS||PL66 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Only one ICCS PL67 Ultra finer.
|1959||ICCS||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Original and untoned. Trends $125.
|1960||ICCS||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
Enhancing Obverse medium green-gold tone; but the Heavy Cameo still shows well. From an older ICCS collection. MW 282
Original and untoned with stunning cartwheel lustre. An underrated date with an ICCS Population (66) that is equal to all but the Key 50c of the 1950's. Trends $180.
|1960||NCC||PL66 + Cameo|
Brilliant with heavy cartwheel lustre. Trends for PL66 Cameo $45.
Brilliant. Trends $16.
|1961||ICCS||PL67 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Tied with 7 others as highest ICCS Ultra Heavy Cameo with no PL 68's with or without cameo designation. Has the stunning pale blue cartwheels that advanced PL specialists appreciate.
Brilliant with close to mirror survaces. Trends for PL66 Cameo $45.
|1962||ICCS||MS64 Heavy Cameo|
Light Obverse tone. We feel that if this piece did not have the light tone it would show as an Ultra Cameo. Est. as a 64 HC - $45.
Attractive light to medium golden toning on both sides. Trends $25
|1963||ICCS||MS64 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
VERY SCARCE as a Business Strike with an Ultra Heavy Cameo.
|1963||NCC||MS63+ Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant and very flashy. Est. $25
Superb heavy white cartwheel frost. A high end 65+. Trends $75.
|1964||NCC||PL65 Very Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant. Cameo is borderline ultra. Est. for PL65 Very Heavy Cameo $40.
Brilliant. Trends $25.
Heavy white frost with a hint of gold on Obv. rims. Nice cameo. MS65 Cameo est. $120.
Very strong cartwheel frost. A white Gem that could be called 66. Trends $75.
|1965||NCC||MS64 Heavy Cameo|
Blast white with heavy cartwheel frost. Est. $50
|1966||NCC||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
Semi-mirror surfaces with beautiful spinning lustre. Business strike Gems with Heavy Cameo are difficult to find. MS65 HC Est. $150
Gorgeous Obverse eye appeal in red-gold and blue-green. Est. $125.
|1966||NCC||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
An easy Gem with Heavy Cameo. Has two very small and faint tone spots on Obv.
Blast white with just a hint of tone at the rims. Trends $75.
Blast white. Trends $75.
|1966||NCC||MS64 Heavy Cameo|
Semi-mirror with a great contrast and flashing lustre. MS64 HC Est. $50
Heavy white cartwheel frost with light gold in periphery. Est. $35
Blast white. Trends $25
|1967||ICCS||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
Very light gold tone on Obverse. Beautiful flashing lustre. An excellent compliment to an advanced 1967 Set or full Date Set.
Trace gold tone on Reverse. Brilliant Obv. Trends $75.
Strong cartwheel lustre. Trends $50
Excellent frost and fields. Trends $35
Gem surfaces and lustre. Trends $40
Excellent in every regard. Trends $60
An excellent fit for an advanced 50c Date Set. Trends $50
|1978||Square Jewels||N. BU 66|
Looks superb in every way - surfaces, frost, stirke and eye appeal.
Tied HIGHEST ICCS. Est. $150
Ultra heavy frost and strong appeal.
Heavy cartwheel lustre. Trends $30.
Ultra heavy lustre. Trends $30
|1982||Large Beads Type 1||ICCS||MS65|
Heavy cartwheel lustre. Trends $30.
Blazing cartwheel lustre. Trends $25
Canada Dollars (73)
Ultra heavy frost. Pale gold tone. Only light, scattered Reverse contact prevents MS65 - an easy 64++. Est. $265.
Light gold tone. Very heavy frost on both sides. An easy MS64. Trends $275.
Ultra heavy blast white frost. 1 tiny delamination beside the 'I' in 'GEORGIVS'. Strong eye appeal. Trends $3000.
Equal in eye appeal to one other we listed about 25 years ago. Has a small area of trace hairlines between 'GEORG' and the King's lower portrait - otherwise the Obverse would grade an easy 66. The Obverse cartwheel brilliance is dazzling.
Very heavy frost with light gold tone and strong eye appeal. Trends $350.
Very attractive and even, medium gold toning with hints of blue at the rims - both sides. Trends $350.
Heavy white frost. Has raised Die Polish lines, a typical feature of many 1939's; which gives the Obverse a semi-matte appearance. Trends $350.
RARE. White and with a nice cameo. Excellent fields and very tough in this condition. MS64 Cameo Est. $12000.
SUPERB cartwheel lustre spins on both sides and especially so on Obv. Trends $250.
Very lightly toned on Obverse. Trends $55.
Graded right on the button with beautiful spinning lustre on both sides. Trends $1100.
Untoned and problem free. Trends for EF40 $38.
Attractive and even, medium lilac tone on both sides. 1 well hidden Obv. contact from 65 or 66. Est. $90.
Untoned and problem free.
|1954||ICCS||PL66 Ultra Cameo|
A brilliant, semi-mirror beauty. Tied with 5 other Ultra's at 66, with only 1 Ultra higher at PL67. None ICCS certified above 67 with or without cameo.
|1954||NCC-PCGS||PL66 Very Heavy Cameo/PL66|
Brilliant with a cameo that is so close to Ultra. Cracked out of the PCGS holder with PCGS grading ticket included.
|1954||ICCS||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Very close to PL67 and difficult to improve upon. Mirror fields.
|1955||Arnprior||NCC||PL68 Light Cameo|
Brilliant and PERFECT in all respects. The best we have seen.
|1955||Arnprior||PCGS-NCC||PL67-PL67 Heavy Cameo|
Blast white and the finest Arnprior PL we have ever listed.
|1955||PCGS-NCC||PL66-PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Clearly a Heavy Cameo and without toning except for a touch of blue on the riims. PL66 Heavy Cameo Trends $850.
|1955||NCC||PL65 Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant with an obvious Heavy Cameo. Trends $450.
Brilliant with almost full mirror surfaces. Trends $275.
|1956||NCC||PL66 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
The Queen's effigy is FULL SNOW WHITE. Only a slight roughness at shoulder & hair prevents 67.
|1956||PCGS - NCC||PL67 - PL67 Heavy Cameo|
Mirror fields and so close to Ultra Cameo. Est. $700.
|1957||PCGS-NCC||PL66-PL66 Heavy Cameo|
VERY RARE. Brilliant and with strong cartwheel frost.
|1957||PCGS-NCC||PL66-PL66 Nice Cameo|
Brilliant and without any impairments. Has a shot to upgrade. Est. $1500.
SCARCE. Tied with 6 others at PL66 HC. Full semi-mirror white and with a shot to upgrade. Only 3 Heavy Cameos - 2 at 65 and 1 at 66. Trends $1200.
Brilliant and an OBVIOUS cameo. To be re-certified. Trends $1200.
Trace gold on the rims with ultra heavy, pale blue cartwheel lustre. Est. $900.
|1957||ICCS-NCC||PL66-PL66 Light Cameo|
Brilliant. Could have been designated as cameo. Newcan designation Light Cameo. Est. $300.
SCARCE. Only 7 Cameos graded higher - all at PL66 and only 3 graded with Heavy Cameo - 2 at PL65 and 1 at PL66.
Semi-mirror. Highest ICCS grade with or without a cameo. Trends $250.
Brilliant and with an obvious cameo.
Scarce. Take a good look at what is available in Cameo for this issue. You will likely find NONE except at Newcan.
Brilliant flashy lustre. Trends $150.
Untoned. Trends $90.
2 or 3 trace Obverse contacts prevent 65 or 66. Trends $60.
Brilliant with a hint of gold on Rev. rims. Trends $32.
|1958||PCGS-NCC||PL67-PL67 Ultra Heavy Cameo|
Blast white with superb surfaces and cartwheel frost. Est. $2000.
|1958||NCC||PL67 Heavy Cameo|
Ultra heavy cartwheel frost with the faint blue iridescence prised by PL specialists. Est. $600.
|1958||NCC||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Blast white with a very good chance of upgrading. Cameo is at the very least HEAVY. Trends $250 +.
|1958||NCC - ICCS||MS65|
Blast white. Nice Cameo. Was graded by ICCS as MS65 and then cracked out of the ICCS holder. Not graded as MS65 when resubmitted back to ICCS. Original ICCS grading ticket now has a 'pen' X across it. very heavy frost. We estimate its value ias a strong 64++ with Cameo at $125.
|1958||NCC||PL64 Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant and flashy. Has a cut on shoulder. Trends $70.
|1959||ICCS||PL67 Heavy Cameo|
RARE. Tied with only 2 as FINEST ICCS. None certified as PL68 with or without a cameo. Brilliant with semi-mirror surfaces. TD 262
|1959||NCC||PL67 Very Heavy Cameo|
VERY RARE and the best we have seen. Brilliant with a snow white Queen's effigy.
SCARCE. Semi-mirror fields with a nice Cameo. A very scarce PL dollar in this condition.
|1959||NCC||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant with seni-mirror surfaces and very close to ultra cameo.
|1959||NCC||PL65 Heavy Cameo|
Nice cameo for a 59 PL. Trands $125.
Brilliant white with flawless surfaces. Est. $240.
|1960||ICCS - NCC||PL66 Heavy Cameo - PL67 HC|
Semi-mirror white and we feel undergraded at 66. Trends for PL66 HC $175.
Brilliant white. Trends $65.
Brilliant white. Trends $50.
|1965||Type 3 - LBB5||ICCS-NCC||MS65 Heavy Cameo-MS65/67 Heavy Cameo|
So close to a full certified 66 Heavy Cameo. Ultra heavy, blast white, cartwheel frost. Reverse is a 67 with 6 or 7 trivial Obverse contacts preventing a higher grade.
|1965||Type 4 - LBP5||PCGS - NCC||PL66 - PL66 Cameo|
Cameo effect is present on both sides. Trends $215.
|1965||Type 3 - LBB5||ICCS||PL64 Heavy Cameo|
A hint of gold no the rims. A nice piece. Trends $130.
|1965||Type 1 - SBP5||NCC||MS64|
Trace gold in Obv. devices. Trends $60
|1966||Large Beads||ICCS||PL66 Ultra Cameo|
Brilliant with excellent surfaces. Newcan grade PL66 Heavy Cameo. Est. $200.
|1966||Lge Beads||NCC||MS64 Cameo|
Brilliant with strong frost. Est. $75.
Previously graded MS66; but Newcan felt it should be removed from the holder and graded MS65 Cameo.
Ultra heavy cartwheel frost with enhancing light gold toning on Obv. & very light gold on Rev. From an older ICCS collection. One bag at back of jaw from MS66.
|1967||NCC||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
Blast white with heavy frost. Est. $300.
Heavy white frost. Est.$250.
|1967||ICCS||PL66 Heavy Cameo|
Brilliant and so close to Ultra Cameo. PL66 Heavy Cameo. Trends $100.
|1969||Doubled Obv. Legends||NCC||MS64|
An easy 65 with 1 small mint depression on Obv. - identical to the MS64 that follows this listing. Trends $65
Has the same small mint depression on Obv. as the previous listing. Trends $20
Close to Gem. Trends $20
Ultra heavy cartwheel lustre. An easy MS66.
An easy 65+ with very heavy frost. Trends $60.
Tied with ony 11 others as HIGHEST ICCS.
Canada Sovereigns (1)
A very pleasing example of a very active series and a date for which ICCS has certified only 7 in MS63 and NONE HIGHER. All other Canada Sovereign dates, including 1916c, have ICCS grades above 63.