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Canada Commemorative Dollar  1958
Canada Commemorative Dollar 1958

At the time of this writing, silver is selling at about $17 US dollars per troy ounce. These modern commemorative coins, which contain 0.6 ounces of silver ($10 worth) run around $5 to $15 US dollars, depending on condition and whether you are the buyer or the seller. A dealer would try to buy this coin from you near the $5 level and then try to sell it to another collector for $15. In practice, neither of these two limits would generally be hit, but they give you a general idea of value. If the coin is in absolutely superb condition, the collector appeal could send this coin into the $25 range. Look up the current value of silver at kitco.com. It changes every day.

Our picture shows a rainbow toned coin. Some collectors pay a big premium for rainbow toning. Others (the purists) shun any kind of toning and think it detracts from a coin's value.

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Coin: 2392 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: mcwesson, Thu, 24-Dec-2009 19:33:05 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Tue, 30-Jul-2013 02:29:42 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok. Be sure to use the current value of silver., Tue, 30-Jul-2013 02:29:42 GMT
Requester description: 1958 Inscriptions: CANADA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DOLLAR, 1858, 1958, ELIZABETH II, DEI, GRATIA, REGINA Devices: Queen Elizabeth II, Totem Pole
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