Canadian Tokens
These are my Canadian Tokens. Tokens were minted to be used in place of
currency. You can click on any picture to bring up a larger size of the coin.
Lower Canada
Year: 1813
Denomination: Half cent
Mintage: Not Available
Composition: Copper
Artist: Not Available
History: This Lower Canada Half
Penny Token was minted around the
war of 1812 and the Eagle on the
coin was associated with the United
States and was not easily accepted
by the population.
Year: 1815
Denomination: Half cent
Mintage: Not Available
Composition: Copper
Artist: Not Available
History: This Lower Canada Half
Penny Token was minted around the
war of 1812 and the Eagle on the
coin was associated with the United
States and was not easily accepted
by the population.
Upper Canada
Year: 1850
Denomination: Half cent
Mintage: Not Available
Composition: Copper
Artist: Not Available
History: This Upper Canada Half
Penny Token shows a man on a
horse fighting a dragon on the front.
Year: 1854
Denomination: One Cent
Mintage: Not Available
Composition: Copper
Artist: Not Available
History: This Upper Canada Penny
Token shows a man on a horse
fighting a dragon on the front.
Bank of Montreal
Year: 1844
Denomination: Half cent
Mintage: Not Available
Composition: Copper
Artist: Not Available
History: This is a token issued by
the Bank of Montreal after Upper
and Lower Canada were united to
form the Province of Canada.