The Royal Canadian Mint celebrated 100 years of confederation for Canada in 1967 with the release of commemorative silver and gold bullion coins. The releases featured both Brilliant Uncirculated options and Proof versions. The gold coins were particularly popular and featured lower overall mintages than the silver counterparts. Right now, 1967 $20 Gold Canadian Confederation Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in an individual plastic flip!
- Struck only in 1967!
- Consists of .5288 Troy ounces of actual gold content.
- Bears a face value of $20 (CAD) backed by the federal government of Canada.
- The obverse depicts Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse is the coat of arms for Canada.
- Please note you may get matching coin types if you buy more than one.
Each of the 1967 $20 Gold Canadian Confederation Coins in this product listing comes to you with a protective plastic flip. The Royal Canadian Mint initially produced both Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof versions of the Confederation Coins. In this Silver.com listing, we offer you the random chance of receiving either a BU or Proof coin. All items are chosen at our discretion based on availability at the point your payment is processed.
We cannot guarantee which version of the coin you will receive. Please note that if you buy more than one coin it is possible you will receive matching coin types. For example, all BU versions or all Proof versions. It is also possible to get a mixture of different versions. However, all of the coins have the same gold content regardless of type.
The obverse side of 1967 $20 Gold Canadian Confederation Coins have a right-profile bust of Queen Elizabeth II. This bust of the Queen is the second-generation effigy of Her Majesty and was recently adopted in 1965, just before the 1967 issue of these coins. The Queen wears the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara in this depiction.
On the reverse face of 1967 $20 Gold Canadian Confederation Coins in this product listing, you will find the Canadian coat of arms. The complex design of the Canadian coat of arms features the Royal Arms of England at the center with a quartered shield bearing the individual shields of England, Scotland, Ireland, and France. The shield itself is supported by a lion and unicorn, with a lion in passant guardant pose above that is crowned and holding a maple leaf in its raised paw.
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