Province of Canada Issues

This Penny and Half Penny were issued in 1842 to alleviate a shortage of small change in the Province of Canada.  The Province of Canada was a pre-dominion entity that comprised the present day Provinces of Quebec and Ontario.  In 1867, the Province joined with Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to form the Dominion of Canada.  Enjoy!!

1 year ago

I know this is old but... Those are some very interesting and wonderful pieces. Thanks for sharing!

11 months ago

Those are great tokens and fine history. Heratage is having an auction soon on them. Take a look. Thanks and enjoy them.

11 months ago

From the beginning, the only coins in my collection from Canada were those found in change in the United States. I did, however, add a few through purchase in the 1980's before running into you on the ANA website and find myself looking a little closer at Canada's fine medal discs. That would imply coins and medals.

10 months ago

They are great . They have so much detail. Thanks.

10 months ago

I like the Canadian tokens, I have three in my collection, all pretty worn from the Bank of Upper Canada. I have a penny and a half penny. I've seen these and would like to add some examples to my collection.

9 months ago
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