Canada, 1964 50c

In 1964 Canada still issued the 10 Cents, 25 Cents, 50 Cents and Dollar in Silver for general usage. They didn’t make Proof Sets but rather they called them Prooflike Sets. We have some of the 1964 Prooflike Silver Sets with the Charlottetown commemorative silver dollar. All the coins are in Prooflike Specimen condition. We are going to offer the coins separately; here we offer the 1964 50c. Remember that the coins are now 55 years old and struck in silver.
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SKU: FCA8562
£14.50
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