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Copper Catcher
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Posted - 11/28/2009 :  18:45:17  Show Profile Send Copper Catcher a Private Message
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daviscfad
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Posted - 11/28/2009 :  18:58:18  Show Profile Send daviscfad a Private Message
very very nice! I just bookmarked it. Thanks

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jadedragon
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Posted - 11/28/2009 :  20:13:28  Show Profile Send jadedragon a Private Message
Set this up in the links CC. Very nice.

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Sovereigns
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Posted - 05/04/2010 :  10:45:46  Show Profile Send Sovereigns a Private Message
A very useful tool indeed. It's a shame they haven't incorporated UK sterling into it as well. Although I can always use a currency converter once I have the silver content value. Thanks for sharing.

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theo
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Posted - 07/20/2010 :  10:35:03  Show Profile Send theo a Private Message
I thought I'd add the response to my question about the 1968 dimes and quarters to this thread:

by Nickelmeister

This topic comes up time to time. He are the facts:

All 1966 and earlier Canadian coins are 80% silver. Actually, pre-1920 are sterling, but that's another matter.
In 1967 they changed the composition of just the dime and quarter midway through the year from 80% to 50%. These are indistiguishable and dealers typically average out '67 quarters and dimes to "65%" silver by weight. In mid-1968 the composition was once again reduced from 50% to nothing. To differentiate these coins is extremely simple - just use a magnet. The pure nickel ones will stick and the 50% silver ones will not.


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