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  George VI - 5 Cents 1937 Dot. XF-40. Canadian Coin
George VI - 5 Cents 1937 Dot. XF-40. Canadian Coin  George VI - 5 Cents 1937. XF-40. Dot Variety
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Year 1937
Mintage 4,593,263
Metal Nickel
Grade XF-40
Price: US$3.40

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