Featured Greysheet Pricing for November: Canadian Silver Dollars
In an effort to bring awareness to the vast amount of unprinted pricing we have online, every month Greysheet will include pricing for a series of coins not regularly published.
This month’s featured pricing consists of Canadian Silver Dollars. An immensely popular series, Canada’s first silver dollars were issued in 1935 to commemorate the 25th year of the reign of King George V. They continued until Canada ceased striking silver coinage in 1968. Subsequently there were commemorative dollars also struck in silver on occasion. The 1948 has long been known as the key date of the series, and there are a handful of condition rarities in the series as well. Among these are both varieties of the 1947 Pointed 7, the 1951 Arnprior, and the 1966 Small Beads. This pricing was compiled with the assistance of several Canadian dealers who are experts in the field.
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Source: CDN Publishing
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