1958 Canadian Silver Dollar

In 1958 Canada issued a commemorative Silver Dollar with a Totem pole on it and Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. The Totem pole was sacred to the original inhabitants of Canada, they used to be called Eskimos or Inuits but are now called First Nation People. The Totem pole was sacred to them and it is illegal to own one, but you can own the Silver Dollar that portrays them. This coin was only issued for one year 1958 and so it is now 60 years old. It is crown sized, struck in 800 fine silver and in Uncirculated condition. Now getting more and more difficult to find. Our dealer in Canada was unable to find us any on his last visit.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FCA5500