13 Canadian silver 5 cent pieces

tamrock

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I stopped by an indoor flea market today a saw this coin bracelet with a crappy gold wash. It looked brass and I was thinking it might be made up of some worthless European or Asian coins, but on close inspection I see they're Canadian and then I Googled the first date I looked at and found they consist of 0.925 silver alloy. It was 2 bucks and there are 13 coins total. Cost me $2.17 with tax. Not a big score, but something. This is what I have in old Canadian silver 5 cent pieces.
1902 x 1
1903 x 1
1907 x 1
1908 x 1
1909 x 1
1910 x 1
1911 x 1
1916 x 1
1918 x 3
1919 x 1
1920 x 1
 

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Very nice.. If you are interested in selling it, let me know.. I live in B.C., Canada.. so it has more of an interest to me than many other items

Micheal
Well let me think about it. I just put it in a pile of silver jewelry I've been collecting.
 

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I've never even seen one of those denominations. I think people overlook handmade items or designs that are less than eye appealing. But they can be good deals like this one.
 

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