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  George V - 25c 1911. F-12. Canadian Coins
George V - 25c 1911. F-12. Canadian Coins  George V. Silver 25c (Quarter) 1911.
Silver Canadian Coins

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Weight5.83 g
Year 1911
Mintage 1,721,341
Metal Silver
Grade F-12
Purity 0.925
Price: US$17.45

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