|Face Value:||10 Cents|
|Mint:||Royal Canadian Mint|
The 1867-1967 Canadian 80% Silver 10 Cent Coin was minted in Canada and contains .06 troy oz of fine silver. 1967 marked the centennial of the Canadian Confederation. Each of these silver coins are legal tender in Canada and have a face value of 10 cents. They have a diameter of 18mm.
The obverse of the 10 cent piece features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in the center. To the right of the Queen's portrait is the inscription, "Elizabeth II," and to the left, "D. G. Regina," meaning, "By the Grace of God, Queen." The reverse of the Canadian 10 cent piece features Alex Colville's design of a right-facing Atlantic mackerel. On the rim is the denomination of, "10 Cents," and struck along the bottom is, "Canada 1867-1967."
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