This year Canada marks the 150th Anniversary of its Confederation. To commemorate the occasion just 150 unique historic silver coin sets have been issued.
Each set provides the perfect insight to Canada’s last 150 years by marking the nation’s anniversary through the genuine history of its own coins.
It compromises six of the most important Canadian Silver coins:
First Voyageur Dollar: The First Ever Canadian Silver Dollar, struck in 1935 to commemorate King George V's Silver Jubilee.
Goose Dollar: Issued to commemorate Canada’s 100th birthday in 1967, this coin was the last circulating silver dollar ever to be made.
Coat of Arms 50 Cents 1953-1964: Struck between 1953 and 1964, this coin honours the four found nations of Canada.
Coat of Arms 50 Cents 1996-2002: Struck between 1996 and 2002, this coin bears Canada’s motto, ‘from sea to sea’.
Sailing Ships 10 Cents: This coin celebrates the Bluenose fishing a racing schooner, an important symbol for Canada in the 1930s.
Heart of Our Nation Coin: Issued this year, this coin celebrates all things that make Canada great, whilst also featuring the iconic maple leaf.
Your set will come displaying in a Wooden Presentation Case, with each of the six historic coins being individually slabbed in tamper-proof numismatic capsules.
Your Certificate of Authenticity tells the history of each of the coins, as well as confirming the set’s overall limited edition of just 150.
This set contains 6 of the most collectable Canadian Coins ever issued and, with just 150 available, I don't expect them to be available for long, so don’t delay. Click ‘add to basket’ now to secure yours today.
The Canada 150 Historic Silver Coin Set
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- 1935 First Voyageur Dollar
- 1967 Centennial Goose Dollar
- 1953-1964 Coat of Arms 50 Cents
- 1996-2002 Coat of Arms 50 Cents
- 1953-1964 Sailing Ship 10 Cents
- 2017 Heart of Our Nation $3