One of the final coins issued into circulation by the Royal Canadian Mint with actual silver content was the Silver Canada Dollar. Conceived of in 1935, the coin went from ceremonial in nature to a staple of Canadian coining for more than 30 years. The history of the coin far exceeds this 30-year period, but issues beyond the initial three decades were made from nickel instead of silver. Right now, 1958-1967 Silver Canada Dollars are available to purchase online at Silver.com in circulated condition.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic flip!
- Includes possible dates from 1958 to 1967!
- Comes in circulated condition!
- Consists of .60 Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- Bears a face value of $1 (CAD) backed by the federal government of Canada.
- The obverse depicts Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse is either the Voyageur design or the Confederation Conferences design (1964 only).
- Please keep in mind you may receive coins with matching or varied dates, detractions, and designs.
Each 1958-1967 Silver Canada Dollar listed here is available to you for purchase in circulated condition. The coins are housed in protective plastic flips and come with common detractions as a result of wear and tear when being handled in circulation. This can be as simple as wear and tear that fades the designs starting at the highest relief points, or as complex as scuffs, scratches, and other contact marks/abrasions.
Please keep in mind that, should you buy multiples coins, we cannot guarantee the dates, detractions, and designs of the items you receive. All coins are picked at random after your payment has cleared. As such, we cannot guarantee any specific details in advance. When buying more than one, your items could all vary or match one another.
The obverse of the 1958-1967 Silver Canada Dollars comes with one of two effigies of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen’s first-generation effigy, depicting a young monarch with a wreath crown, features on coins in this series dated 1958 to 1964. In 1965, a new second-generation portrait was released depicting Her Majesty in a more regal manner with the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara upon her head.
On the reverse of most 1958-1967 Silver Dollars is the Voyageur design. Introduced in 1935 with the birth of this series, the Voyageur design was used through 1986 and depicts a European fur trader navigating a river with an indigenous guide helping to row his birch-bark canoe as the Northern Lights ripple through the sky in the background. 1964 issues have the Confederation Conferences design, a dual-date-mark coin with 1864 and 1964 noted in honor of the 100th anniversary of the first meetings to consider Confederation for the British North American colonies in Canada.
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