2024-25 Charlton V1 Canadian Coins — 77th Edition


The 77th Charlton Vol 1 catalogue, released on April 9, 2024, presents a comprehensive overview of Canadian coins from the 1600s to today. It covers circulating coinage, foreign coins in Canada from the 17th to 19th centuries, pre-decimal local coins, and coins from various Canadian provinces. Additionally, it includes sections on specimen coins, trial pieces, official fabrications, and test tokens. This edition also features Part 2 of the Canadian Coin Variety Catalogue by Hans Zoell.

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The 77th edition of the Charlton Vol 1 catalogue, unveiled on April 9, 2024, meticulously showcases, catalogs, and values the complete spectrum of Canadian coins spanning from the 1600s to the contemporary era. In addition to comprehensive coverage of circulating coinage, the catalogue features entries on foreign coins circulated in Canada during the 17th to 19th centuries, local pre-decimal coins, as well as coins originating from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and the Province and Dominion of Canada.

Furthermore, it encompasses sections dedicated to specimen coins, trial pieces, official fabrications, and test tokens. This year’s edition of the catalogue also boasts Part 2 of the Canadian Coin Variety Catalogue (first edition) authored by Hans Zoell.


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Weight 0.60 kg
Dimensions 23 × 20 × 2 cm
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