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Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland Coin: 1904-H Five Cents

Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland Coin: 1904-H Five Cents

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 26375)

The 1904-H Five Cents is part of a series of Edward VII Five Cents coins struck from 1903-1908. Struck in Heaton and designated as a Business (SP) strike, this coin is made of 0.925 silver, 0.075 copper from a mintage of 100,000 struck.

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GSID: 26375
Country: Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland
Coin Date: 1904-H
Denomination: 5c / Five Cents
Designation: SP
Mint Mark: H
Mint Location: Heaton
Mintage: 100,000
Coinage Type: Edward VII Five Cents
Coinage Years: 1903-1908
Composition: 0.925 silver, 0.075 copper
Strike Type: Specimen
Diameter: 15.49 mm
Fineness: 0.925
Weight: 1.18 gr
Designer: George W. DeSaulles
Obverse Designer: George W. DeSaulles
Reverse Designer: George W. DeSaulles

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