Six Canadian Silver Dollars, Mid 20th Century
Six Canadian Silver Dollars, Mid 20th Century. This lot of six Canadian silver dollars consists of two 1958 silver dollars highlighting British Columbia and features Queen Elizabeth II to the obverse and First Nations totem pole in front of mountains to the reverse, and a 1964 silver dollar highlighting the 1864 Quebec Conference at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Isle. This coin also has Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and the reverse design features the French fleur-de-lis, the Irish Shamrock, the Scottish thistle and English rose. Also included are three 1956 silver dollars. These coins have Queen Elizabeth II to the obverse and two Native Americans in a canoe to the reverse. Metal Content: 80% silver, 20% copper. Diameter: 36.06mm. Weight: approximately 23.32 grams(each). Coins appear to be lightly circulated to uncirculated.
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- coins appear circulated to uncirculated, light oxidation and toning.
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