Buy this single year of issue silver dollar, originally minted in 1958 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of British Columbia becoming a crown colony.
This distinctive coin commemorated the 100th anniversary of B.C. becoming a crown colony. The move was made in 1858 to protect British sovereignty due to a torrent of gold prospectors moving up from California after gold was discovered on the Fraser River.
Official legal tender - 80% pure $1 silver dollars are real circulation currency that were minted by the Royal Canadian Mint when real silver was still used in the coinage. Content guaranteed - Each coin contains 80% pure silver as well as 20% of other metals used as hardeners, as guaranteed by the Canadian Mint. Each $1 face value silver dollar contains approximately 0.6 ounces of pure silver.
Condition may vary but weight and purity are guaranteed. Dimensions listed are approximate and will vary slightly. Metal weight displayed in details is the silver content only.
These are circulated coins, condition may vary.
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