Penny’s Tips Volume 42- The Canadian Penny Edition

Hi everyone! I am going to tell you about some valuable Canadian Pennies today, but first I have a surprise for you. Mom asked her graphic designer friend to make me a badge and I want to share it with all my fans. Please feel free to display it on your sidebar. And if you need a graphic designer, we highly recommend him, click here.

Now on to those Canadian pennies. I know they are not in circulation anymore, but you may still have some around. Β  Did you know there is one worth $400,000? It is a 1936 “dot” penny. When King Edward VIII abdicated the throne and King George VI ascended there was no time to change the face on the coin so a tiny raised dot was placed under the coin date to denote those were struck in 1937, not 1936. If you find one, don’t forget who told you about it πŸ™‚

I will fill you in on more valuable Canadian pennies in future editions.

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62 thoughts on “Penny’s Tips Volume 42- The Canadian Penny Edition

  1. Thanks for the graphic–we’ll add it to our page. We had forgotten that Canada no longer circulates pennies. Maybe we should keep a few just for fun, even if they aren’t valuable.

  2. penny; thanx for sharin de tip and de badge !! if we find thiz coin we will share de wealth; hope ewe can count ta past 7 coz we aced LUNCH BRAKE but epic failed math πŸ™‚ β™₯β™₯

  3. I always enjoy Penny’s tips. I didn’t know about this at all. I’d love to have that penny worth that much. Wow.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Ellen. β™₯

  4. Ha! For most of my life, Canadian coins were mixed in with our change, ’cause we are only across a little river and a little lake, and no one worried about it. I’ll check through our coin jars to find any Canadian pennies!

  5. Penny, I love that you had a badge created for your namesake tips! I always look forward to these fun tips, and they always prompt me to go through my strangely large coin collection. Purrs!

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