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1948 A Between Denticles Canada 1-cent Circulated

1948 A Between Denticles Canada 1-cent Circulated
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1948 A Between Denticles Canada 1-cent Circulated

Uncrowned Portrait, Modified Obverse Legend, Maple Twig Design (1948-1952)

Following the arrival of the master tools with the new obverse legend omitting "ET IND:IMP:" in 1948, the 1947 Maple Leaf coinage was terminated. For the remainder of the year, coins were produced with the new obverse and the true date, 1948.

A Between Denticles Variety: The last "A" in GRATIA points between two large denticles. Reverse has 128 denticles.

Obverse: George VI
Designer and Engraver: Obv.: T.H. Paget, Rev.: G.E. Kruger-Gray
Composition: 0.980 copper, 0.005 tin, 0.15 zinc
Weight: 3.24 g
Diameter: 19.05 mm
Edge: Plain
Mintage: 25,767,779

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