1904 AU Five Cent Silver
1904 AU Five cent silver.
Mid-year 1903 saw the production of Canadian five cent coins returned from the Birmingham Mint Ltd. to London’s Royal Mint. A new reverse Matrix was designed, one which carried a wreath of 22 maple leaves, and a smaller Imperial Crown which supported a Maltesse Cross as the finial. The new matrix was fully dated.
No date spacing varieties have currently been found for the 1904 issues.
Designer and Engraver: Obverse: George W. DeSaulles, Reverse: W.H.J. Blakemore
Composition .925 silver, .075 copper
Add this great almost uncirculated coin to your collection.