Canada, Charlottetown Silver Dollar, 1964

Canada was the last country in the world to issue commemorative silver dollars that were actually used in everyday usage. Here we are offering a 1967 Canadian Dollar in Uncirculated condition featuring Charlottetown; these are full crownsized coins and struck in 800 fine Silver.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FCA8117
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