1974 Canada Specimen Silver Dollar – 100th Anniversary of Winnipeg
The 100th Anniversary of the establishment of Winnipeg, Manitoba, as a city was marked by the reverse of the 1974 Silver Dollar. The design is identical to that of the nickel dollar.
British Columbia is one of the leading Canadian provinces in terms of population and economic growth. Originally a British colony, it joined Canada in 1871, and in 1885, the Canadian Pacific Railway was established, paving the way to improved quality of life and abundant economic opportunities as it accelerated the transport of people and goods. Commemorate the entry of British Columbia into the Confederation with this British Columbia Centennial Specimen 1971 Silver Dollar Coin. Composed of 50% silver and 50% copper, its reverse design is based on British Columbia’s provincial arms with an effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. Coin may be toned due to age.
Face Value: $1
Composition: 50% Ag, 50% Cu
Weight (g): 23.30