1976 Canadian $5 Dollar Silver Coin - Montreal Olympics (.7226 oz of Silver)
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Buy 1976 Canadian $5 Dollar Silver Coin - Montreal Olympics (.7226 oz of Silver)
The Olympic Games were hosted in Montreal, Canada in 1976, the first time the country had ever hosted the event. The Royal Canadian Mint produced the 1976 Canadian $5 Silver Coin to commemorate the historical event. This silver coin is comprised of .925 fine silver containing a total actual fine metal weight of .7226 oz fine silver. Additionally, the coin carries a legal tender in Canada, with a face value of five dollars.
This coin is part of a 28-coin set, which each depict a different Olympic event from the 1976 Games. The coins are evenly split into two denominations; five dollars and ten dollars. The coins were released in seven different series containing four coins each, from 1973-1976.
The obverse of this coin displays a young Queen Elizabeth II, with the words "ELIZABETH II CANADA 1974" inscribed beneath her. A Canadian maple leaf separates the inscriptions, appearing in the center of the bottom rim.
The reverse shows the five Olympic rings in the center, covered by a wreath. The inscriptions "Montreal 1976" and "Olympiade XXI Olympiad" are struck above the rings. The coin's 5-dollar denomination is struck below.
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