Canada 1952 Silver Dollar Unc

We thought that we would jazz things up a bit so here goes. King George VI was well-loved in Canada, a place that the Royal Family loves. Therefore we're offering the last George VI Canadian Silver Dollar, issued in 1952, but in uncirculated condition of course. This coin holds a unique history of the money of Canada issued during King George VI reign.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FCA7020
£45.00
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