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Uncirculated Canadian Silver Dollars are PRICED TO MOVE as low as only $2.95 over melt per coin!
These Canadian Silver Dollars Contain 80% Pure Silver and have an Actual Silver Weight of .60 Troy Ounces. All Coins will arrive in Almost Uncirculated Condition or Better! Dates of our Choice.
Provident Metals carries 1953 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars composed of .6 troy ounces of 80% pure silver. Each silver coin arrives in almost uncirculated condition or better.
Available at low premiums, pre-1967 Canadian Silver Dollars maintain their legal tender status, making them highly recognizable and easy to trade in an emergency, while fiat currencies are subject to hyperinflation.
History of 80% Silver Canadian Dollars
Beginning in 1858, Canadian coins were produced across the globe in England, by the Royal Canadian Mint in London and the Heaton Mint in Birmingham. Twelve years later, the Canadian Silver Half Dollar was introduced containing .925 sterling silver and bearing the image of Queen Victoria of England.
As the Canadian population began to boom, so did the demand for an independent mint, and in 1901, the Royal Canadian Mint was authorized. It opened its doors in Ottawa seven years later, and in 1935, the mint issued its first silver dollar to celebrate King George V’s Silver Jubilee.
Up until 1967, Canadian dollar coins were composed of .6 troy ounces of 80 percent silver. That year, the Royal Canadian Mint began to produce circulation coins with only 50 percent silver, though they appeared identical to 80% Silver Dollars from decades prior. In 1968, the mint started to issue Canadian coins with a composition of 99 percent nickel.
The Royal Canadian Mint (or the Monnaie Royale Canadienne as it is known in French) is the Crown Corporation that produces all of Canada’s circulation coins. It is the world’s only mint to issue commemorative coins in a .9999 fineness, while also striking bullion coins and bars, medallions, and even tokens.
Canadian Silver Dollar Obverse Designs
George V: 1935 - 1936
George VI: 1937 - 1952
Elizabeth II: 1953 - present
Investing in AU+ 1953 - 1967 80% Silver Canadian Dollars is a simple and affordable way to diversify with precious metals. Dates are of our choice. Use our secure online ordering system and your coins will arrive in just days.
|Condition||Au or Better|
|Actual Metal Weight Ozt||Between .51-1.0|