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Canada Coin: 2007 Two Dollars Silver,

Canada Coin: 2007 Two Dollars Silver,

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 195698)

The 2007 Two Dollars is part of a series of Two dollar Canadian Toonie coins struck from 1996-Present. The specific variety is Silver. Designated as a Proof (PR) strike, this coin is made of 0.925 silver, 0.075 copper from a mintage of 37,413 struck.
The Canadian two dollar coins were introduced in 1996 by demand for a larger circulating denomination. Struck in bimetallic metal, they are popularly called "Toonies."

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Catalog Detail

GSID: 195698
Country: Canada
Coin Date: 2007
Denomination: $2 / Two Dollars
Designation: PR
Mintage: 37,413
Coinage Type: Two dollar Canadian Toonie
Coinage Years: 1996-Present
Composition: 0.925 silver, 0.075 copper
Variety: Silver
Variety 2:
Strike Type: Proof
Coin Shape: Round
Designer: Susanna Blunt (obv); Brent Townsend (rev)

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