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Canadian 5 Cent Collection

There are some "Baby Nickels" I would get 1911-2011 and perhaps 1911-2001 if I could find a single out of the set.
These are like No. 127. I am also going to put together a few "Type coins" of pre 1922 Canadian 5 cent coins.
There are many nicknamed varieties. "Bug Tail" "bald belly" etc. that do not interest me.
I think this is a pretty extensive and complete collection of Canadian 5 Cent coins.
I plan to grade them at some point.
Early dates to 1940 are average VF-XF or better with the 1925 graded at F12 by ICCS. After that, for 1950's
many are AU-Unc and most recent are high grade examples.

Here's what I have so far. What did I miss? I'll try to at least get a group pic up and some highlights.

Hopefully this will help somebody else who wants to know what was minted for these years 1922 to present. Not much missing on this list.

1. 1922
2. 1923
3. 1924
4. 1925 Cert
5. 1926
6. 1927
7. 1928
8. 1929
9. 1930
10. 1931

11. 1932
12. 1933
13. 1934
14. 1935
15. 1936
16. 1937 Dot
17. 1938
18. 1939
19. 1940
20. 1941

21. 1942
22. 1942 Tombac
23. 1943 Tombac
24. 1944
25. 1945
26. 1946
27. 1947
28. 1947 Maple Leaf
29. 1948
30. 1949

31. 1950
32. 1951
33. 1951 1751-1951
34. 1952
35. 1953 NSF
36. 1953 SF
37. 1954
38. 1955
39. 1956
40. 1957

41. 1958
42. 1959
43. 1960
44. 1961
45. 1961 PL
46. 1962
47. 1962 PL
48. 1963
49. 1963 PL
50. 1964

51. 1964 PL
52. 1965
53. 1965 PL
54. 1966
55. 1966 PL light cameo
56. 1967 Rabbit
57. 1967 PL Rabbit
58. 1968
59. 1968 PL
60. 1969

61. 1969 PL
62. 1970
63. 1970 PL
64. 1971
65. 1971 PL
66. 1972
67. 1972 PL
68. 1973
69. 1973 PL
70. 1974

71. 1974 PL
72. 1975
73. 1975 PL
74. 1976
75. 1976 PL
76. 1977 Low 7
77. 1977 High 7
78. 1977 Low 7 PL
79. 1978
80. 1978 PL

81. 1979
82. 1980
83. 1981
84. 1981 Proof Pure Nickel
85. 1982
86. 1982 Proof
87. 1983
88. 1983 PL?
89. 1983 Proof
90. 1984

91. 1984 Proof
92. 1985
93. 1985 PL?
94. 1985 Proof
95. 1986
96. 1986 Proof
97. 1987
98. 1987 Proof
99. 1988
100. 1988 Proof

101. 1989
102. 1989 Proof
103. 1990
104. 1990 Proof
105. 1991
106. 1991 Proof
107. 1992 1867-1992
108. 1992 Proof 1867-1992
109. 1993
110. 1993 Proof

111. 1994
112. 1994 Proof
113. 1995
114. 1995 PL?
115. 1995 Proof
116. 1996 Near Six
117. 1996 Far Six
118. 1996 Silver Proof
119. 1996 Specimen
120. 1997

121. 1997 Silver Proof
122. 1997 Specimen
123. 1998
124. 1998 W
125. 1998 Silver Proof
126. 1998 Specimen
127. 1998 Baby Nickel Sterling Proof 1908-1998
128. 1998 Baby Nickel Sterling Antique Finish 1908-1998
129. 1999
130. 1999 Silver Proof

131. 1999 Specimen
132. 2000
133. 2000 P
134. 2000 W
135. 2000 Silver Proof
136. 2000 .925 Silver Proof Les Voltigeurs
137. 2000 Specimen
138. 2001
139. 2001 P
140. 2001 Silver Proof

141. 2001 .925 Silver Proof Royal Military College
142. 2001 Specimen
143. 2002 P 1952-2002
144. 2002 Silver Proof 1952-2002
145. 2002 .925 Silver Proof Vimy Ridge
146. 2002 Specimen
147. 2003 P Old Effigy
148. 2003 P Old Effigy Specimen
149. 2003 WP Spec Edition ( In purple Mint Set )
150. 2003 P New Effigy

151. 2003 Silver Proof
152. 2003 Silver Proof 1953-2003
153. 2004 P
154. 2004 Silver Proof
155. 2004 Silver Proof Victory 1944-2004
156. 2004 P Specimen
157. 2005 P
158. 2005 Silver Proof
159. 2005 P Specimen
160. 2005 1935-2005 King George Silver Proof

161. 2005 P Victory 1945-2005
162. 2005 Victory Silver Proof 1945-2005
163. 2005 Victory Silver Proof encased gold plated highlight 1945-2005 Mint report
164. 2006
165. 2006 logo
166. 2006 P
167. 2006 Silver Proof
168. 2006 P Specimen
169. 2007 logo
170. 2007 Silver Proof

171. 2007 logo Specimen
172. 2008 logo
173. 2008 Silver Proof
174. 2008 Specimen
175. 2009 logo
176. 2009 Silver Proof
177. 2009 Specimen
178. 2010 logo
179. 2010 Silver Proof
180. 2010 Specimen

181. 2011 logo
182. 2011 Silver Proof
183. 2011 Specimen
184. 2012 logo
185. 2012 Pure Nickel Proof
186. 2012 Pure Silver Proof
187. 2012 Specimen
188. 2013 logo
189. 2013 Silver Proof
190. 2013 Specimen

191. 2014 logo
192. 2014 Silver Proof
193. 2014 Specimen
194. 2015 logo
195. 2015 Silver Proof
196. 2015 Specimen
197. 2016 logo
198. 2016 Silver Proof
199. 2016 Specimen
200. 2017 logo

201. 2017 150th 1867-2017 Swimming Beaver Unc
202. 2017 150th 1867-2017 Swimming Beaver Silver Proof
203. 2017 Specimen




























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PL strikes are found in each year from 1953-2010
Specimen strikes from 1971 to present are available for each year and reasonably priced, earlier specimen strikes are fairly scarce and pricey.
"Dipping" is not considered cleaning...
-from PCGS website
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Some of mine not marked prooflike may be actually prooflike. Looking at my 54 here, it appears to be "proof-like" but I don't know how I can tell. I didn't worry too much about this as I tried to get one of each mint mark or lack thereof, proof and specimen that I could find.
Thanks for that info! I'll look into it.
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The only mintmarks on Canadian nickels are the WP and W marks which denote Winnipeg mint, the p and logo are not mintmarks.
"Dipping" is not considered cleaning...
-from PCGS website
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What does the P stand for? The logo I think is the RCM logo right?

I edited and took the MM Logo out and just made it read "logo"
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p stands for plated steel
"Dipping" is not considered cleaning...
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"p stands for plated steel" Thanks!
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I had a 1951 PL 5 cent
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I do not do Proofs, but I checked your list against mine as I collect nickels. The only ones I have that you do not list are: 26 Far, 47 Dot, 64 XWL, 99 P.

Nice work!
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The 26 far, 47 dot, 64xwl, and 99p are varieties,errors and test strikes.
If you start with those you list could grow to over a thousand.
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Very nice
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Thanks for checking my list out punman. For some reason that 1926 far rings a bell. Was it money that kept me from chasing it? I better just stay where I'm at with this. Like DBM says, my list could reach 1000 with die varieties and such. Pretty happy as it sits. Just keeping up with it is tough enough.
That 2005 1935-2005 with George on it and the two maple leaves was a strange one to pick up.
I think there are only 5000 made.



The 2005 Victory Silver Proof encased gold plated 1945-2005 Mint report is another oddball. It is still in a bubble of plastic. I don't know if it can even be removed.
That's enough strange stuff for me.
Here's a couple shots of those for the empty holes.





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Quote:
The 26 far, 47 dot, 64xwl, and 99p are varieties, errors and test strikes.
If you start with those you list could grow to over a thousand.


The reason I included the 1999P in my collection was that is an actual circulation coin issue (legal tender) with the beaver on it and not a true test token [see Charlton 2014 Vol. 1 pg. 284].

The reason I went with the other three varieties is that they are widely accepted and collected just like the '53 SF and NSF.

But you are right. Everyone has to draw the line somewhere. I am not saying my way is better or the only right way - just explaining why I decided to do it this way.
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Well, thanks to you punman, I have a 1999 P in the mail and have to move everyone one space over from 1999 and up.

( I can't believe I missed that one )
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Good for you. I paid $13 Canadian for mine four years ago. Had I shopped around I think I might have got it cheaper.
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I think I paid around that. Maybe a buck or two more. But ..... I'll have one.
Now I can move all my numbers around on my checklist and stick it in there with the other 1999's.
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