For more than 45 years The Charlton Coin Guide has been the working horse for coin accumulation evaluation. For those who are not numismatically inclined and wish to determine “What is it Worth!” the guide offers a neat and clean opportunity to determine the value of those coins accumulations that are tucked away in a dresser drawer, a safety deposit box or tucked away in the basement for safekeeping.
All prices have been reviewed and adjusted from the coins of Nova Scotia to those of New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, and Canada, for the copper, silver and gold coinage covering over 165 years of issues.
Besides legal tender coinage, the 2006 Coin Guide contains updated information on all Royal Canadian Mint issues for the last 50 years, from proof-like sets of the early 1950s, to the late Queen Mother’s silver dollar issued in 2002. It is all covered in the revised edition.
Not only are buying prices for the coins of Canada and Newfoundland listed, but also for Canadian Government Paper Money, from the 1935 Bank of Canada issues up to and including the Bird Series of 1986. Canadian Colonial Tokens, War Medals and Decorations, United States coinage and common gold coins of the world are also listed. Each category will have dealers buying prices listed along with illustrations of the coins for ease of identification. Included also are charts on gold and silver fineness, and the gold, platinum and silver content of Canadian coins, along with value charts for different price increments of precious metal market values.
“What is it Worth!” — “What Can I Get.” These questions on Canada’s coins and currency are answered in the 45th edition of The 2006 Charlton Coin Guide.