1964 Canadian Silver Dollar $1 Face Value Charlottetown Circulation 80% Pure Silver Coin
These 1964 silver dollars celebrate the 100th anniversary of the meeting in Charlottetown and Quebec City that led to Confederation in 1867. The circular emblem on the reverse features the French fleur-de-lis, the Irish shamrock, the Scottish thistle and the English rose.
Each silver dollar ($1 face value) contains approximately 0.6 oz of silver.
Official legal tender - 80% pure $1 silver dollars are real circulation currency that were minted by the Canadian Mint when real silver was still used in the coinage. Privately minted bullion is not legal tender and even bullion coins are non-circulation legal tender and don't spend directly at stores.
Content guaranteed - Each coin contains 80% pure silver as well as 20% of other metals used as hardeners, as guaranteed by the Canadian Mint. Each $1 face value silver dollar contains 0.6 ounces of pure silver.
Dimensions listed are approximate and will vary slightly. Metal weight displayed in details is the silver content only.
This item is taxable in Canada. Actual product may vary.
|Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the words "Elizabeth II Dei Gratia Regina"|
|Circular emblem featuring the French fleur-de-lis, the Irish shamrock, the Scottish thistle and the English rose and the words "Canada Dollar 1864 1964 Charlottetown Quebec".|