Dating central newfoundland
From 1914 to 1916 no Newfounding coins were struck.
Between 19 most were struck at the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa and marked with a small C and some were struck at the Royal mint in London without mint mark.
From 1940 to 1947 all Newfoundland coins were struck at the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa although not all of them have the C mint mark.
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I seldom have one available and am always looking to buy examples of this date.
Newfoundland struck 10 cent coins from 1865 through to the end of the series in 1947, although many dates were not struck. From 1865 to 1944 they are 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper (sterling silver) and then the alloy is reduced to 80% silver and 20% copper from 1945 to 1947.
For those new to coin collecting and who are not familiar with the meaning of the grading codes that preceded each price, information on them can be found on our Canadian Coin Introduction Page.
Newfoundland made the decision to introduce its own decimal coinage in 1863.