Canadian Provincial
These are my Canadian Provincial coins. When the provinces of Canada were
still independent, they produced their own coinage. Examples of those coins are
showed below. You can click on any picture to bring up a larger size of the coin.
New Brunswick
Year: 1864
Denomination: 20 cents
Mintage: 150,000
Composition: .925 silver, .075
copper

Artist: Leonard C. Wyon &
George W. Wyon
History: This New Brunswick 20
cent piece
was issued for the colony
of N
ew Brunswick before it was a
part of Canada.
Year: 1941, 1942, &1943
Denomination: 1 cent
Mintage: 827,662 & 1,996,889 &
1,239,732
Composition: .955 copper, .030
tin, .015 zinc
Artist: Percy Metcalfe & Walter J.
Newman
History: These Newfoundland
pennies were the smaller cents and
were some of the last years that they
minted Newfoundland coinage.
Newfoundland
Year: 1876H
Denomination: 1 cent
Mintage: 200,000
Composition: .95 copper, .04 tin,
.01 zinc
Artist: Leonard C. Wyon &
Horace Morehen
History: This Newfoundland penny
was struck at the Heaton mint in
England. It was issued for the colony
of Newfoundland before it was a
part of Canada.
Year: 1936
Denomination: 1 cent
Mintage: 300,000
Composition: .955 copper, .03 tin,
.01
5 zinc
Artist: Sir E.B. MacKennal &
Horace Morehen
History: This Newfoundland penny
was issued for the colony of
Newfoundland before it was a part
of Canada.
Year: 1904H
Denomination: 20 cents
Mintage: 75,000
Composition: .925 silver, .075
copper

Artist: George W. DeSaulles & W.
H. J. Blakemore

History: This Newfoundland 20
cent piece is the only year of this
design. It was minted at The Mint
Birmingham Ltd.
Year: 1908
Denomination: 50 cents
Mintage: 160,000
Composition: .925 silver, .075
copper
Artist: George W. DeSaulles & W.
H. J. Blakemore
History: This Newfoundland 50
cent piece was issued before the
colony of Newfoundland became a
part of Canada.
Prince Edward Island
Year: 1871
Denomination: 1 cent
Mintage: 2,000,000
Composition: .95 copper, .04 tin,
.01 zinc
Artist: Leonard C. Wyon
History: This is the only type and
year of coin that PEI ever issued.
 It
was issued for the colony of P
rince
Edward Island
before it was a part
of Canada.