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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Half Dollars (Proof-like) series of Canada in the World Coins contains 19 distinct entries with CPG® values between $2.65 and $3,500.00.
Canadian half dollars are a popular choice among coin collectors due to their historical significance and unique design. These coins were first introduced in 1870 and were minted in silver until 1967.

The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of the reigning monarch at the time of minting, while the reverse side depicts the Canadian coat of arms. From 1937 to 1967, the reverse side featured a design known as the "voyageur" which depicted a canoe with a voyageur and Aboriginal person paddling.



Some Canadian half dollars are rarer than others, and as a result, can be worth significantly more to collectors. For example, the 1921 Canadian half dollar is one of the rarest coins in Canadian currency and can be worth thousands of dollars.

The condition of the coin is also an important factor in determining its value. Coins that are in mint condition are generally more valuable than those that have been circulated.

Collecting Canadian half dollars can be a fun and rewarding hobby for coin enthusiasts. Some collectors aim to complete a full set of Canadian half dollars, while others focus on collecting specific years or rare coins.

Overall, Canadian half dollars are a valuable addition to any coin collection and offer a glimpse into Canada's rich history.

Catalog Detail

  Half Dollars (Proof-like) Value Range Favorite
Half Dollars (Proof-like) Value Range  
1949 50c PL
-
 
1951 50c PL
$364
-
$3,500
$364 - $3,500
1953 50c Large Date, Strap PL
$122.00
-
$273
$122.00 - $273
1953 50c Large Date, No Strap PL
$618
-
$618
$618 - $618
1954 50c PL
$115.00
-
$234.00
$115.00 - $234.00
1955 50c PL
$24.30
-
$156.00
$24.30 - $156.00
1956 50c PL
$27.00
-
$975
$27.00 - $975
1957 50c PL
$27.00
-
$195.00
$27.00 - $195.00

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1958 50c PL
$10.68
-
$156.00
$10.68 - $156.00
1959 50c PL
$10.68
-
$156.00
$10.68 - $156.00
1960 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1961 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1962 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1963 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1964 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1965 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1966 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1967 50c PL
$10.68
-
$135.00
$10.68 - $135.00
1973 50c PL
$2.65
-
$4.05
$2.65 - $4.05
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Half Dollars (Proof-like) series of Canada in the World Coins contains 19 distinct entries with CPG® values between $2.65 and $3,500.00.
Canadian half dollars are a popular choice among coin collectors due to their historical significance and unique design. These coins were first introduced in 1870 and were minted in silver until 1967.

The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of the reigning monarch at the time of minting, while the reverse side depicts the Canadian coat of arms. From 1937 to 1967, the reverse side featured a design known as the "voyageur" which depicted a canoe with a voyageur and Aboriginal person paddling.



Some Canadian half dollars are rarer than others, and as a result, can be worth significantly more to collectors. For example, the 1921 Canadian half dollar is one of the rarest coins in Canadian currency and can be worth thousands of dollars.

The condition of the coin is also an important factor in determining its value. Coins that are in mint condition are generally more valuable than those that have been circulated.

Collecting Canadian half dollars can be a fun and rewarding hobby for coin enthusiasts. Some collectors aim to complete a full set of Canadian half dollars, while others focus on collecting specific years or rare coins.

Overall, Canadian half dollars are a valuable addition to any coin collection and offer a glimpse into Canada's rich history.

Catalog Detail