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1943 Canada 5 Cents coin pendant Canadian World War 2 initial V for Victory WWII Normandy issue Allied powers Axis battle Ontario n001099

  • $17.95

1943 Canada 5 Cents {1-year issue} 9S

Commemorative issue
Supporting the war effort

front: V for "Victory" and value
back: George VI

To help promote the war effort, this new design consists of a central "V", meaning both victory and the facial value with the inscription "CENTS" underneath flanked by two maple leaves, on which is superimposed a torch, with on both sides a part of the year and above the inscription "CANADA". Around the rim is the Morse code message "We win when we work willingly".

• quantity 1
• demonetized {no longer in circulation} polished Tombac (88% copper, 12% zinc) coin
• diameter: 21.2 mm
• weight: 4.5 g

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• no chain or cord

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