Canada, Edward VIII, Dollar Patina Crowned Bust Copper

Canadian Patina piece featuring Edward VIII with a crowned head. The reverse has the famous trapper and native guide in a canoe with a pine tree behind them. The design was used on most Canadian Silver Dollars from 1935 until 1966. The mintage was just 750 pieces. They are struck in copper and in Prooflike condition and we think are very important to any Edward VIII collection.
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