1964 was one of the last few years Canada produced silver coins for circulation. Below you’ll see one that we have which is a 1964 Canadian 10 cents. On the obverse is Queen Elizabeth II of the UK and leader of the Commonwealth who is celebrating her Diamond Jubilee (as a side note there are collectors coins commemorating this event). On the reverse of this 10 cents from 64 there is a take a on the Bluenose sailboat which is an important symbol in Nova Scotia and Canada. It was the winner of the International Fisherman’s trophy for several years in a row but this boat met its end while serving as a working vessel when crashing on a coral reef in the Caribbean. This coin is 80 percent silver and has .0594 ounces of the precious metal in it. Our example looks like it grade fine.
Koin Perak Kuno Dari Negara Kanada Sepuluh 10 Cents Tahun 1964. Berat kadar perak sebesar 1.6839 grams.