Here we are going to talk about a 1943 Newfoundland 5 cents silver coin which is viewable in the pictures below. On the front of it we see an image of King George V, so Newfoundland was part of the British Empire and is part of Canada (who is part of the Commonwealth of Nations). This coin is made of sterling silver (.925 fineness) and is quite small weighing 1.178 grams. There were more than 351 thousand of these made in 1943. Now if you look at the second picture below you’ll see the name of the coin’s country and the denomination of 5 cents. Also at the bottom is the C mint mark which indicates that this coin was made in Ottawa.
This 1943 Newfoundland 5 cents Silver Coin that we have here appears to be extra fine.
Uang logam koin perak kuno 5 lima Cents dari negara Newfoundland tahun 1943 depan bergambar foto raja George V.