Canada, 1953 Coronation Dollar EF

In 1953 Canada issued its first-ever Queen Elizabeth II Silver Dollar. It was to honour her Coronation and was the beginning of a series that is still being struck today. The Silver Dollar is struck in 800 fine Silver has the very youthful portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a trapper and a native American in a canoe on the reverse. They are one of only 3-4 Coronation crownsized issues released in 1953 worldwide. We would guess for the next Coronation there will be more coins than you can shake a stick at… These Canadian Coronation Silver Dollars are in Extremely Fine condition and well worth adding to your collection. Supplies are limited.
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SKU: FCA8181
£44.50
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