1958 Canadian Silver Dollar $1 Face Value Circulation 80% Pure Silver Coin
Buy this single year of issue silver dollar, originally minted in 1958 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of British Columbia becoming a crown colony.
This distinctive coin commemorated the 100th anniversary of B.C. becoming a crown colony. The move was made in 1858 to protect British sovereignty due to a torrent of gold prospectors moving up from California after gold was discovered on the Fraser River.
Official legal tender - 80% pure $1 silver dollars are real circulation currency that were minted by the Royal Canadian Mint when real silver was still used in the coinage. 含有量保証 ― Canadian Mintが保証する通り、各コインには純銀が80%と、同様に硬化剤として使用されるその他の金属が20％含まれています。 Each $1 face value silver dollar contains approximately 0.6 ounces of pure silver.
Condition may vary but weight and purity are guaranteed. 記載の寸法はおおよそのもので、若干異なります。 詳細に表示されている金属重量は、銀の含有量だけです。
These are circulated coins, condition may vary.
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