Unlike the Newfoundland 1¢ 1940 RE Date where all numerals are clearly doubled, the Newfoundland 10¢ 1940 Re-Engraved Date example (as defined in the Charlton Standard of Canadian Coins Guide) is slightly different and not very well photographed in the current guide. Below are some clearer close-up images of the variety. Doubling of the 1, Read More
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A common mistake of the newer collector submitting coins to ICCS is recognizing the 1951 High Relief 5-cent nickel variety. Not that identifying the High Relief obverse is the problem, but remembering to check the reverse of the coin and making sure that it’s the Beaver reverse and not the Commemorative reverse.