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During the period 1794 to 1867, Great Britain's foreign policy was to maintain rigid control of the British North American colonies. Colonies were to produce the raw materials needed by the homeland and to pay for imported goods in what the mother country considered legal tender. As the local colonial economies grew the need for circulating coinage became quite acute because they were constantly short of legal tender coins. Consequently the colonists resorted to their own ingenuity and produced many local tokens from many sources, including counterfeits. Read more

See also: Canada, Newfoundland

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Canadian provinces - New Brunswick - Dollar (1860-1867)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

20 Cents - Victoria – obverse
20 Cents - Victoria – reverse
20 Cents - Victoria
1862-1864
Silver (.9250) – 4.65 g – ø 22.99 mm
KM# 9

Canadian provinces - New Brunswick - Pound (1852-1860)

12 Pence = 1 Shilling • 20 Shillings = 1 Pound

½ Penny Token (For Public Accommodation) – obverse
½ Penny Token (For Public Accommodation) – reverse
½ Penny Token (For Public Accommodation)
(1830-)
Copper – 5.3 g – ø 28.0 mm
CCT# NB-4, Br# 913
½ Penny Token – obverse
½ Penny Token – reverse
½ Penny Token
(1830-)
Copper – 6.2 g – ø 28.1 mm
CCT# NB-5
½ Penny Token - Victoria – obverse
½ Penny Token - Victoria – reverse
½ Penny Token - Victoria
1843
Copper – 8.8 g – ø 28.2 mm
CCT# NB-1, Br# 910
½ Penny Currency (F. McDermott) – obverse
½ Penny Currency (F. McDermott) – reverse
½ Penny Currency (F. McDermott)
(1845-1855)
Copper – 5.5 g – ø 23.9 mm
CCT# NB-3, Br# 914
½ Penny Currency - Victoria – obverse
½ Penny Currency - Victoria – reverse
½ Penny Currency - Victoria
1854
Copper – 7.9 g – ø 28.3 mm
CCT# NB-1B, Br# 912
1 Penny - Victoria – obverse
1 Penny - Victoria – reverse
1 Penny - Victoria
1843
Copper – 17.6 g – ø 34.1 mm
CCT# NB-2A, Br# 909
1 Penny - Victoria – obverse
1 Penny - Victoria – reverse
1 Penny - Victoria
1854
Copper – 15.4 g – ø 34.2 mm
CCT# NB-2B, Br# 911

Canadian provinces - Newfoundland - Pound

PETER McAUSLANE (Farthing) – obverse
PETER McAUSLANE (Farthing) – reverse
PETER McAUSLANE (Farthing)
(1844-)
Brass – 2.1 g – ø 19.9 mm
CCT# NF-2, Br# 956
½ Penny - Rutherford ("St John's") – obverse
½ Penny - Rutherford ("St John's") – reverse
½ Penny - Rutherford ("St John's")
(1841-)
Copper – 9.7 g – ø 28.8 mm
CCT# NF-1A, Br# 952
½ Penny - Rutherford ("St John's") – obverse
½ Penny - Rutherford ("St John's") – reverse
½ Penny - Rutherford ("St John's")
1841
Copper – 9.7 g – ø 29.2 mm
CCT# NF-1B, Br# 952
½ Penny - Rutherford (Harbour Grace) – obverse
½ Penny - Rutherford (Harbour Grace) – reverse
½ Penny - Rutherford (Harbour Grace)
1846
Copper – 8.1 g – ø 29.4 mm
CCT# NF-1C, Br# 953
½ Penny - (Sailing Ship design) – obverse
½ Penny - (Sailing Ship design) – reverse
½ Penny - (Sailing Ship design)
1858
Copper – 5.5 g – ø 25.5 mm
CCT# NF-3A, Br# 954
½ Penny - Responsible Government and Free Trade – obverse
½ Penny - Responsible Government and Free Trade – reverse
½ Penny - Responsible Government and Free Trade
1860
Copper – 5.3 g – ø 26.1 mm
CCT# NF-4A, Br# 955

Canadian provinces - Nova Scotia - Dollar (1860-1871)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

½ Cent - Victoria – obverse
½ Cent - Victoria – reverse
½ Cent - Victoria
1861-1864
Bronze – 2.84 g – ø 20.65 mm
KM# 7
1 Cent - Victoria – obverse
1 Cent - Victoria – reverse
1 Cent - Victoria
1861-1864
Bronze – 5.67 g – ø 25.53 mm
KM# 8
1 Cent - Victoria – obverse
1 Cent - Victoria – reverse
1 Cent - Victoria
1861
Bronze
KM# Pn9

Canadian provinces - Nova Scotia - Pound (1812-1860)

12 Pence = 1 Shilling • 20 Shilling = 1 Pound

1 Farthing (Trade and Navigation) – obverse
1 Farthing (Trade and Navigation) – reverse
1 Farthing (Trade and Navigation)
1813
Copper – 3.6 g – ø 22.4 mm
CCT# NS-18, Br# 964
1 Farthing (W.L. White's Halifax House) – obverse
1 Farthing (W.L. White's Halifax House) – reverse
1 Farthing (W.L. White's Halifax House)
(1831-)
Brass – 4.0 g – ø 21.8 mm
CCT# NS-17, Br# 899
½ Penny Token - George IV (counterfeit) – obverse
½ Penny Token - George IV (counterfeit) – reverse
½ Penny Token - George IV (counterfeit)
1382
Copper – 7.1 g – ø 28.1 mm
CCT# NS-3B, Br# 872

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Numista referee for this country is galor, Peter M. Graham.

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