Articles and Presentations

Below is a list of articles, compiled by Jim MacKenzie, which display the evolution in obverse and reverse designs of Canadian coins over the years, and different die varieties that can be found on circulation coins:

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Reverse Design Evolution
of Canadian Circulation Coins
Obverse Design Evolution
of Canadian Circulation Coins
Varieties of Canadian Circulation Coins
One Cent Reverses One Cent Obverses One Cent Varieties
Five Cent Reverses Five Cent Obverses Five Cent Varieties
Ten Cent Reverses Ten Cent Obverses Ten Cent Varieties
Twenty Five Cent Reverses Twenty Five Cent Obverses Twenty Five Cent Varieties
Fifty Cent Reverses Fifty Cent Obverses Fifty Cent Varieties
One Dollar Reverses
(1935-1987)
One Dollar Obverses
(1935-1987)
One Dollar Varieties
(1935-Now)
One Dollar Reverses
(1987-Now)
One Dollar Obverses
(1987-Now)
   
Two Dollar Reverses Two Dollar Obverses    



Note: While most of the photos used here were collected from various public web sites and E-Bay listings, a special thanks goes to the following companies:

- Northern Coins & Collectibles for offering their entire database of coin photos for our use.
- Heritage Auctions for granting us permission to use any of their coin images.
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