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Lot of 2 1873  1896 Newfoundland Canada 20c Silver Coin 135218 R
lot of 2 1873 1896 newfoundland canada 20c silver coin 135218 r
$29.99
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VG PCGS 1908 Canada New Foundland Silver 50 Cent
vg pcgs 1908 canada new foundland silver 50 cent
$35.00
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25 LOT OF NEWFOUNDLAND SILVER NICKELSAG 05B
25 lot of newfoundland silver nickelsag 05b
$23.03
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NEWFOUNDLAND 50 CENTS SILVER 1917
newfoundland 50 cents silver 1917
$27.90
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Newfoundland 1896 20 Cent Twenty Cent Silver Coin Rare large 96 Date
newfoundland 1896 20 cent twenty cent silver coin rare large 96 date
$59.95
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1940c Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Coin Re Cut 0 VERY SCARCE
1940c newfoundland silver 5 cents coin re cut 0 very scarce
$31.63
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1940c Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Coin AU MS Condition 925 Silver Coin
1940c newfoundland silver 5 cents coin au ms condition 925 silver coin
$30.66
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1941c Newfoundland Silver 10 Cents Dime MS 62 Condition 925 Silver
1941c newfoundland silver 10 cents dime ms 62 condition 925 silver
$33.07
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1943c Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents MS 63 Condition 925 Silver Coin
1943c newfoundland silver 5 cents ms 63 condition 925 silver coin
$22.99
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1947 C Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Nickel DIE CRACK ERROR High Grade Semi Key
1947 c newfoundland silver 5 cents nickel die crack error high grade semi key
$22.99
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1943c Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Beads Off Strike Error VERY UNIQUE
1943c newfoundland silver 5 cents beads off strike error very unique
$53.69
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1874 Newfoundland Silver 50 Cents Half Dollar ICCS Graded VF 20
1874 newfoundland silver 50 cents half dollar iccs graded vf 20
$84.40
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1940c Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Coin MS 62+ Condition 925 Silver Coin
1940c newfoundland silver 5 cents coin ms 62+ condition 925 silver coin
$74.81
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1899 Newfoundland 20 Cents Silver Coin ICCS Graded F 15 Hook 9s Variety
1899 newfoundland 20 cents silver coin iccs graded f 15 hook 9s variety
$84.40
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1899 Newfoundland 20 Cents Silver Coin ICCS Graded VF 20 Hook 9s Variety
1899 newfoundland 20 cents silver coin iccs graded vf 20 hook 9s variety
$103.58
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1940c Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Nickel ICCS Graded MS 63 Beautiful Detail
1940c newfoundland silver 5 cents nickel iccs graded ms 63 beautiful detail
$191.86
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NEWFOUNDLAND Coin Bracelet Made From 9 High Grade 925 STERLING SILVER Nickels
newfoundland coin bracelet made from 9 high grade 925 sterling silver nickels
$57.54
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1938 Newfoundland Silver 5 Cents Nickel ICCS Graded MS 64 Beautiful Detail
1938 newfoundland silver 5 cents nickel iccs graded ms 64 beautiful detail
$306.99
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1917C Newfoundland Silver 50 Cents Half Dollar ICCS Graded MS 64
1917c newfoundland silver 50 cents half dollar iccs graded ms 64
$475.86
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Newfoundland Silver 10 Cents Broken Split Planchet Error Coin AU 50 RARE
newfoundland silver 10 cents broken split planchet error coin au 50 rare
$614.02
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Newfoundland 1880 Silver 20 Cents NGC VF 20
newfoundland 1880 silver 20 cents ngc vf 20
$175.00
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Newfoundland 1904 H Silver 20 Cents NGC XF 40
newfoundland 1904 h silver 20 cents ngc xf 40
$200.00
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Newfoundland 1872 H Silver 50 Cents NGC F 15
newfoundland 1872 h silver 50 cents ngc f 15
$65.00
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Canada Newfoundland 1900 50 Cents VF
canada newfoundland 1900 50 cents vf
$49.00
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1941C Beautiful Newfoundland Canada Silver Ten Cents ICCS GRADED AU55
1941c beautiful newfoundland canada silver ten cents iccs graded au55
$23.03
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CANADA Newfoundland Edward VII 20 Cents 1904H Toned Silver Coin
canada newfoundland edward vii 20 cents 1904h toned silver coin
$25.00
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CANADA Newfoundland Queen Victoria 10 Cents 1894 Extra Fine Silver Coin
canada newfoundland queen victoria 10 cents 1894 extra fine silver coin
$75.00
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1876 H Newfoundland 20 Cent Silver Very low Mintage High Grade with toning
1876 h newfoundland 20 cent silver very low mintage high grade with toning
$100.00
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From Hotels to Trails: The Sights and Sounds of Charlottetown by Jason Stewart

Prince Edward Island is one of the smallest provinces in Canada, set in the Atlantic Ocean close to Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Tourists from New York, Maine, and other northeastern American states are close to the border with Canada, making it easy for fans of Anne of Green Gables situated stateside to make a pilgrimage to her birthplace, and that of her creator.
There is plenty to do in Charlottetown, but the most famous export from PEI is without doubt the fictional heroine of Avonlea, red-headed Anne. During a stay in one of the many Charlottetown hotels, take the opportunity to travel the island in search of the schoolhouse where Lucy Maud Montgomery taught and other historical sites associated with the author or her characters. Her family's homestead still stands and continues to be occupied by new generations of Montgomery's. A play is performed each year at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in July: â€Anne and Gilbert,' a story about their love. Visitors and locals look forward to its return annually.
Canadian Confederation is said to have begun in the capital city, so hotels in Charlottetown are well positioned for visitors with an interest in the country's history. Take a tour of Province House and Founders' Hall, perhaps as part of a guided walk. Other guided tours cover an assortment of historical information and ghost lore.
Eastern Canada's past is rich and exciting, but so is its present. Visit in time for a food festival, perhaps one focusing on shellfish. Take time out from your regular running routine to endure the Marathon in October. August is busy with a fun fair plus a Jazz and Blues festival. The culture here is rich with music from both the Acadian (French) and Celtic (Scots/Irish) sides of the province. These people founded PEI, and much of their influence remains in the popular culture.
Numerous workshops are offered throughout the island, so if you stay in Charlottetown you are centrally located to try one or several during your stay. Learn to work with clay, wool, or silver. Paint a watercolor or go for a clam dig. Kayak, trap lobster, or learn to cook local seafood. Relax with yoga or stories from the provincial past.
While the eastern side of Canada is often associated with harsh winters, remember that this is an island. It is surrounded by wild ocean waters which create beautiful beaches, miles of them. They are clean, stunning places for relaxation by the sea. There are quiet spots protected from the wind and wave-pounded beaches where certain water sports make an obvious choice of outdoor activity. Knowing you have a comfortable hotel room to return to with its shower and clean towels, you can just let yourself go. Get wet. Get sandy. Get going.
After a full day of activities, sight-seers build up a ferocious appetite. Satiate your hunger and thirst at one of the many restaurants in the city. They represent culinary traditions from around the world, including the British afternoon tea. Seafood is, of course, the main attraction here, but if you prefer steak or salad, there is plenty on offer.
Go on a golfing getaway here in PEI, where some of the best courses on the continent are located. One way to make the most of your stay is to book a golf/accommodation package for two at one of the local hotels. This could save you a bit of money if you know golfing is what you are there for anyway. Go shopping and do some gambling with friends instead as part of a weekend package.

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