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Canada Coin: 1886 Ten Cents Large Knob 6

Canada Coin: 1886 Ten Cents Large Knob 6

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 16505)

The 1886 Ten Cents is part of a series of Victoria coins struck from 1870-1901. The specific variety is Large Knob 6. Designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of 0.925 silver, 0.075 copper from a mintage of 800,000 struck.
Canada Victoria Ten Cent Coins are a fascinating item for collectors due to their historical significance and unique designs. The coins were produced during the reign of Queen Victoria, which lasted from 1837 to 1901. The first Victoria ten cent coin was produced in 1858, and featured a wreath on the reverse side. The design was changed several times over the years, with later coins featuring various images of the monarch on the obverse side, and different images of the Canadian coat of arms on the reverse side. The composition of the coins also changed over time, with earlier coins made of silver, and later coins made of copper and nickel.

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Catalog Detail

GSID: 16505
Country: Canada
Coin Date: 1886
Denomination: 10c / Ten Cents
Designation: MS
Mintage: 800,000
Coinage Type: Victoria
Coinage Years: 1870-1901
Composition: 0.925 silver, 0.075 copper
Variety: Large Knob 6
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 18.03 mm
Fineness: 0.925
Weight: 2.33 gr
Coin Shape: Round
Designer: Leonard C. Wyon
Obverse Designer: Leonard C. Wyon
Reverse Lettering: 10 CENTS, 1886
Reverse Designer: Leonard C. Wyon

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