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These Canadian $10.00 Silver Olympic Coins contain 92.5% pure silver and have an actual silver weight of 1.4453 troy ounces.
All coins will arrive in brilliant uncirculated or proof condition in the original plastic capsules or plastic sleeve! Dates and designs of our choice.
Commemorating the 1976 Summer Olympics held in Montreal, Provident Metals carries Canadian $10 Silver Olympic Coins. Composed of 1.4453 troy ounces of .925 pure silver, each coin is in brilliant uncirculated or proof condition. They will arrive in their original plastic capsules or plastic sleeves for long-term storage and protection.
Dates and designs are of our choice.
Background: Canadian $5 Silver Olympic Coins
Aimed at celebrating and funding the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics, the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled this unique coin series in February of 1973. The program included 28 silver coins with a face value of $5 or $10 — which marked the first time the mint released coins in these denominations — along with two gold coins.
The new silver coins would be divided into seven series, each including two $5 coins and two $10 coins.
The reverse of each coin features the Olympic logo, along with the coin’s denomination and inscriptions, in the same area of the coin. They were released in both satin and proof finishes, and the obverse of each coin features the profile of a young Queen Elizabeth II.
The following is a list of Montreal Summer Olympics $10 Silver Coin designs:
Series 1, 1973
- Map of the world design by Georges Huel - Montreal skyline design by Georges Huel- 543,098 minted
Series 2, 1974
- Head of Zeus design by Anthony Mann- Temple of Zeus design by Anthony Mann- 1,990,570 minted
Series 3, 1974
- Lacrosse design by Ken Danby- Cycling design by Ken Danby- 1,974,939 minted
Series 4, 1975
- Men’s hurdle design by Leo Yerxa- Women’s shot put design by Leo Yerxa- 1,985,000 minted
Series 5, 1975
- Paddling design by Lynda Cooper- Sailing design by Lynda Cooper- 1,985,000 minted
Series 6, 1976
- Field hockey design by Shigeo Fukada- Soccer design by Shigeo Fukada - 1,887,630 minted
Series 7, 1976
- Olympic stadium design by Elliott John Morrison- Olympic velodrome design by Elliott John Morrison- 1,887,629 minted
About the Royal Canadian Mint
The Monnaie Royale Canadienne, as it is known in French, is the Crown Corporation that issues all of Canada’s circulation coins. It is the world’s only mint to produce .9999 fine commemorative coins, while also striking bullion coins and bars, medallions, and even tokens.
The Royal Canadian Mint also provides silver and gold assay services, while running a highly-advanced technical refinery.The mint won a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2007, producing the world’s largest coin: a 100 kg .9999 fine $1 million gold coin.
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|Silver Content||Larger than 1|
|Composition||.925 Sterling Silver|