The province of Canada issued it's own coinage from 1858 onwards and by 1870 the rest of Canada had followed suit. From 1900 onwards the silver denominations being issued included the 5c, 10c, 25c, and 50c. The 5c was a nickel coin and the other denominations were 0.925 fine silver. In 1920 the silver coins were debased to 0.800 fine. In 1935 the first 0.800 fine $1 coin was issued. In 1967 and 1968 the silver 50c and $1 coins were not minted while the 10c and 25c were debased to 0.500 fine silver. From late 1968 no Canadian circulation coins were issued with any silver content.
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