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DOMINION

1 Sovereign - 1909 - C

KM-014 - 7,99 g - 21,8 mm 

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 16.273

The obverse features a bust of King Edward VII (b1841-d1910).  The legend EDWARDVS VII D:G:BRIT:OMN:REX F:D: IND: IMP: (Edward VII, by Grace of God, King of all the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.  The designer's initials O.S. are below the bust.  The obverse is designed by G W De Saules.  The reverse has St. George slaying the dragon with the date 1909 below, the mintmark C (for the Ottawa mint) in the centre of the mound, and the designer's initials LP to the right. The reverse was designed by Bendetto Pistrucci.


1 Sovereign - 1911 - C

KM-020 - 7,99 g - 21,8 mm 

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,257M

The obverse features the large head bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V D.G.BRITT:OMN:REX F.D. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King of all the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.  The obverse was designed by Bertrand Mackennal.  The reverse has St. George slaying the dragon with the date 1911 below, the mintmark C (for the Ottawa mint) in the centre of the mound, and the designer's initials LP to the right. The reverse was designed by Bendetto Pistrucci. 


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10 Dollars - 1912

KM-027 -  16,72 g 

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,075M

The obverse features a bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.    The reverse has the Canadian arms with CANADA above, the date below, and TEN DOLLARS at the bottom.


5 Dollars - 1913

KM-026 - 8,36 g 

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,099M

The obverse features a bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.    The reverse has the Canadian arms with CANADA above, the date below, and FIVE DOLLARS at the bottom.


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10 Dollars - 1913

KM-027 -  16,72 g 

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,149M

The obverse features a bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.    The reverse has the Canadian arms with CANADA above, the date below, and TEN DOLLARS at the bottom.


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10 Dollars - 1914

KM-027 -  16,72 g 

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,140M

The obverse features a bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V DEI GRA REX ET. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.    The reverse has the Canadian arms with CANADA above, the date below, and TEN DOLLARS at the bottom.


1 Sovereign - 1917 - C

KM-020 - 7,99 g - 21,8 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,059M

The obverse features the large head bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V D.G.BRITT:OMN:REX F.D. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King of all the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.  The obverse was designed by Bertrand Mackennal.  The reverse has St. George slaying the dragon with the date 1917 below, the mintmark C (for the Ottawa mint) in the centre of the mound, and the designer's initials LP to the right.  The reverse was designed by Bendetto Pistrucci. 


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1 Sovereign - 1918 - C

KM-020 - 7,99 g - 21,8 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,107M

The obverse features the large head bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V D.G.BRITT:OMN:REX F.D. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King of all the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.  The obverse was designed by Bertrand Mackennal.  The reverse has St. George slaying the dragon with the date 1918 below, the mintmark C (for the Ottawa mint) in the centre of the mound, and the designer's initials LP to the right.  The reverse was designed by Bendetto Pistrucci. 


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1 Sovereign - 1919 - C

KM-020 - 7,99 g - 21,8 mm - 0,917 Au

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,136M

The obverse features a bust of King George V (b1895-d1936).  The legend GEORGIVS V D.G.BRITT:OMN:REX F.D. IND: IMP: (George V, by Grace of God, King of all the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India) surrounds the bust.  The designer's initials O.S. are below the bust.  The reverse has St. George slaying the dragon with the date 1919 below, the mintmark C (for the Ottawa mint) in the centre of the mound, and the designer's initials LP to the right.


$20 - 1967

KM-071 - 18,27 g

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,338M

This was a special coin issued to commemorate the centenary of Canada. The obverse features a bust of Queen Elizabeth II (b1926-).  The legend ELIZABETH II D-G-REGINA (Elizabeth II, by Grace of God, Queen) surrounds the bust.  The reverse has the Canadian arms with the date at the top flanking the crown and the country's name CANADA to the left and the denomination 20 DOLLARS to the right.


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