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Greysheet & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

About This Series

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Five Cents - Silver series of Canada in the World Coins contains 63 distinct entries with CPG® values between $1.10 and $49,500.00.
Canada has been producing five-cent coins since 1858, and they have undergone several design and composition changes over the years, making them popular among collectors. The first five-cent coin featured a wreath on the reverse side, but this was changed to a beaver in 1937. The obverse side has also featured different images of Queen Elizabeth II over the years. The composition has changed several times as well, with coins made of silver, nickel, and copper. Collectors may choose to collect by year, design, or composition, and the value of the coins can vary depending on their rarity and condition. Overall, Canada silver five cents are a fascinating item for collectors to explore.

Catalog Detail

  Five Cents - Silver Value Range Favorite
Five Cents - Silver Value Range  
1858 Province of Canada 5c MS Small Date
$6.08
-
$488
$6.08 - $488
1858 Province of Canada 5c MS Large Date
$66.00
-
$3,000
$66.00 - $3,000
1870 Wide Border 5c MS
$6.08
-
$463
$6.08 - $463
1870 Narrow Border 5c MS
$6.08
-
$634
$6.08 - $634
1871 5c MS
$6.08
-
$463
$6.08 - $463
1872-H 5c MS
$4.05
-
$780
$4.05 - $780
1874-H Plain 4 5c MS
$8.10
-
$780
$8.10 - $780
1874-H Cross 4 5c MS
$7.09
-
$780
$7.09 - $780

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1875-H Small Date 5c MS
$66.00
-
$5,630
$66.00 - $5,630
1875-H Large Date 5c MS
$146.00
-
$11,700
$146.00 - $11,700
1880-H 5c MS
$2.15
-
$488
$2.15 - $488
1881-H 5c MS
$2.53
-
$537
$2.53 - $537
1882-H 5c MS
$3.04
-
$683
$3.04 - $683
1883-H 5c MS
$7.09
-
$1,880
$7.09 - $1,880
1884 5c MS
$45.56
-
$7,500
$45.56 - $7,500
1885 Small 5 5c MS
$3.04
-
$2,060
$3.04 - $2,060
1885/5 Small 5 5c MS
$10.13
-
$2,340
$10.13 - $2,340
1885 Large 5 5c MS
-
 
1886 Small 6 5c MS
$2.53
-
$878
$2.53 - $878
1886 Large 6 5c MS
$3.04
-
$975
$3.04 - $975
1887 5c MS
$7.09
-
$780
$7.09 - $780
1888 5c MS
$2.15
-
$342
$2.15 - $342
1889 5c MS
$8.10
-
$1,200
$8.10 - $1,200

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1890-H 5c MS
$2.15
-
$342
$2.15 - $342
1891 5c MS
$2.15
-
$293
$2.15 - $293
1892 5c MS
$2.15
-
$732
$2.15 - $732
1893 5c MS
$2.15
-
$488
$2.15 - $488
1894 5c MS
$4.05
-
$1,410
$4.05 - $1,410
1896 5c MS
$2.15
-
$488
$2.15 - $488
1897 Narrow 8 5c MS
$2.15
-
$878
$2.15 - $878
1897 Narrow/Wide 8 5c MS
-
 
1898 5c MS
$3.04
-
$975
$3.04 - $975
1899 5c MS
$1.10
-
$342
$1.10 - $342
1900 Narrow 0 5c MS
$1.10
-
$365
$1.10 - $365
1900 Wide O 5c MS
$6.08
-
$1,250
$6.08 - $1,250
1901 5c MS
$1.10
-
$342
$1.10 - $342
1902 5c MS
$1.50
-
$96.00
$1.50 - $96.00
1902-H Large H 5c MS
$1.50
-
$147.00
$1.50 - $147.00

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1902-H Small H 5c MS
$2.65
-
$390
$2.65 - $390
1903 5c MS
$1.50
-
$878
$1.50 - $878
1903-H Small H 5c MS
$2.65
-
$1,410
$2.65 - $1,410
1903-H Large H 5c MS
$1.50
-
$878
$1.50 - $878
1904 5c MS
$1.50
-
$878
$1.50 - $878
1905 5c MS
$1.50
-
$488
$1.50 - $488
1906 5c MS
$1.50
-
$732
$1.50 - $732
1907 5c MS
$1.50
-
$342
$1.50 - $342
1908 Small 8 5c MS
$1.50
-
$439
$1.50 - $439
1908 Large 8 5c MS
$13.50
-
$2,340
$13.50 - $2,340
1909 Pointed Leaves 5c MS
$4.05
-
$2,340
$4.05 - $2,340
1909 Round Leaves 5c MS
$1.50
-
$1,060
$1.50 - $1,060
1910 Pointed Leaves 5c MS
$1.50
-
$244.00
$1.50 - $244.00
1910 Round Leaves 5c MS
$4.05
-
$2,110
$4.05 - $2,110
1911 5c MS
$1.50
-
$166.00
$1.50 - $166.00

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1912 5c MS
$1.50
-
$585
$1.50 - $585
1913 5c MS
$1.50
-
$122.00
$1.50 - $122.00
1914 5c MS
$1.50
-
$293
$1.50 - $293
1915 5c MS
$4.05
-
$1,410
$4.05 - $1,410
1916 5c MS
$1.50
-
$732
$1.50 - $732
1917 5c MS
$1.50
-
$195.00
$1.50 - $195.00
1918 5c MS
$1.50
-
$195.00
$1.50 - $195.00
1919 5c MS
$1.50
-
$195.00
$1.50 - $195.00
1920 5c MS
$1.50
-
$137.00
$1.50 - $137.00
1921 5c MS
$3,880
-
$49,500
$3,880 - $49,500
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

Canada has been producing five-cent coins since 1858, and they have undergone several design and composition changes over the years, making them popular among collectors. The first five-cent coin featured a wreath on the reverse side, but this was changed to a beaver in 1937. The obverse side has also featured different images of Queen Elizabeth II over the years. The composition has changed several times as well, with coins made of silver, nickel, and copper. Collectors may choose to collect by year, design, or composition, and the value of the coins can vary depending on their rarity and condition. Overall, Canada silver five cents are a fascinating item for collectors to explore.

Catalog Detail