George V (1910-1936)
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
0.10 CAD = USD 0.08
|Currency||Canadian dollar (1858-date)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
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Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA.Schön# 21a
And 4 more volumes.
Gerhard Schön; 2020. Weltmünzkatalog / 20. Jahrhundert: 1901-2000 (47. Auflage). Gietl Verlag, Regenstauf, Germany.
And 2 more volumes.
The portrait of George V facing left surrounded by an inscription.
Lettering: GEORGIVS V DEI GRA : REX ET IND : IMP :
Georgius V (= quintus) Dei Gra (-atia) Rex Et Ind (-iarum) Imp (-erator):
"George V, King and Emperor of India by the grace of God".
The face value, accompanied with the inscription "CANADA", is surrounded with two maple boughs and a crown.
Engraver: W.H.J. Blakemore
A reverse variation exists:
© Image courtesy of Heritage Auctions
(Heritage Auctions:) The background regarding the Dot issues (Cent, 10 Cents, and 25 Cents) relates to the passing of George V and the abdication of the throne by Edward VIII. It was commonplace for the bust of the king, in this case, George V, to remain on coinage through the remainder of the calendar year, while the creation of dies for the new king was underway. However, Edward VIII's abdication on December 10, 1936, halted production of the obverse, leaving less than 30 days to decide how to handle the following year's currency, and not enough time to complete obverse dies for successor George VI. The result was to continue using the effigy of George V, but to add a dot on the reverse--either below the date, as it is on the 1936 Cent, or below the bow on the wreath as it is on the 10 and 25 Cents-to confirm the issuance was for 1937. Despite the shortage of these denominations, the Cent and 10 Cents were never released into circulation, with speculation that the whole of the mintages was melted. Though, that was not the case, as there are three known examples of the 1936 Dot Cent and 4 known of the 1936 Dot 10 Cents.
|1920||6 305 345||$ 1.16||$ 2.23||$ 2.95||$ 3.84||$ 3.80||37%|
|1921||2 469 562||$ 2.91||$ 4.15||$ 6.98||20%|
|1928||2 458 602||$ 2.29||$ 3.71||$ 3.98||23%|
|1929||3 253 888||$ 2.58||$ 1.99||$ 2.87||$ 4.07||$ 3.49||32%|
|1930||1 831 043||$ 2.23||$ 2.43||$ 4.65||$ 2.95||23%|
|1931||2 067 421||$ 1.50||$ 1.99||$ 2.98||$ 4.73||27%|
|1932||1 154 317||$ 1.97||$ 2.29||$ 3.17||$ 4.27||17%|
|1933||672 368||$ 3.13||$ 4.70||$ 6.98||13%|
|1934||409 067||$ 3.76||$ 14||10%|
|1935||384 056||$ 3.83||$ 7.55||$ 7.80||$ 29||11%|
|1936||2 460 871||$ 1.05||$ 1.43||$ 2.62||$ 3.17||$ 10||$ 11||30%|
|1936||191 237||3%||Quantity minted at first. One dot below the wreath means they were minted in 1937 as the new matrices were not delivered yet. Only 5 such coins are known today.|
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