1967 Canadian Silver Dollar Centennial Coin - Flying Goose
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Buy 1967 Canadian Silver Dollar Centennial Coin - Flying Goose
In preparation for Canada's 100th anniversary as a free nation, the design for the 1967 Canadian Centennial Silver Dollar was announced as a competition with a prize of $2,500. A year before the commemorative coins were to be released, Alex Colville's animal designs won the competition.
Several coins with Colville's designs in varying denominations were issued this year, however, the 1967 Canadian Goose Silver Dollar is now one of Canada's most popular. This was the last year Canada issued silver dollars for general circulation.
Composed of .60 oz of pure silver, the Silver Dollar Goose Coin features Colville's design of the iconic Canadian goose in flight. Above is the coin's denomination and below reads "CANADA 1867-1967," representing the 100 years of Canadian independence.
On the reverse of the coin is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Arnold Machin. The Queen is pictured in a tiara facing right, toward the Latin abbreviations for "By the Grace of God Queen."
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