1940 Canadian Silver Dime

1940 Canadian Silver Dime


1940 Canadian Silver 10 cent Coin

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Weight 1.5 oz
Dimensions 2 × 2 × .25 in

Unc, EF45, Re-Eng, VF, Filler

1940 Canadian Silver Dime.
The new design was introduced in 1937 and the reverse became one of the most loved and controversial of Canada’s coinage designs.
The reverse features a schooner under sail. It was not until March 2002 that it was officially recognized as the “Bluenose”
The initial obverse contained the legend “ET IND: IMP” to indicate that the King was the Emperor of India.
Designers and Engravers: Obverse: T.H. Paget; Reverse: Emanuel Hahn
Composition .800 silver, .200 copper
Mintage – 16,526,470

We have seven coins – Two Unc.+, one EF45, one VF, Two EF Re-engraved and a filler.