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Bahamas Prince Charles $10.00

This large silver $10.00 was issued by the Bahamas in 1978 for the 5th Anniversary of their Independence. But rather than put the Queen on the coin, they put Prince Charles. It is in Proof condition, but they have toned a bit over the past 41 years, as silver tends to do. It weighs 45.36 grams of 500 fine Silver, which works out to about 3/4 of an ounce of pure Silver. As far as we can remember, this is the first coin to portray Prince Charles, and as he is going to be our next King, it might be a good way to start a collection of his coins.
£39.50

Canada 1967 Goose Dollar

In 1967 Canada issued its last coins for circulation that were struck in Silver. We gave up silver in 1946, the United States gave it up in 1964 but Canada carried on until 1967. So this is the last Silver Dollar issued for circulation in Canada and perhaps in the world. You have H.M. the Queen on one side and a Canadian Goose on the reverse. All of these dollars are struck in 800 fine silver and in Uncirculated condition. It has been a while since we last had these, but then again you have to remember that they are 52 years old. Beautiful coins and now getting more difficult to get, our supply is limited.
£32.50

Canada Hockey 50c 1945-46

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1945-46. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada Hockey 50c 1915-16

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1915-16. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada Hockey 50c 1912-13

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1912-13. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada Hockey 50c 1910-11

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1910-11. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95