Canadian Silver Dollars
Discover rare Canadian Silver dollar coins to complete your collection.
Canadian Silver Dollars - APMEX sells premier silver coins from Canada. This category includes a wide variety of silver dollars from Canada. Explore the beauty and grandeur of Canada with silver coins from APMEX!
The first circulating Canadian Silver dollar was minted in 1935 to celebrate the 25th year of the reign of King George V. The Royal Canadian Mint continued to issue circulating Silver dollar coins until 1967. After 1967, circulating Canadian Silver coins were replaced by Canadian One Dollar coins composed of nickel, while commemorative Silver dollars have also been minted for collectors. Acquiring both rare vintage Canadian Silver dollars and modern commemorative Silver dollars can be a fun way to build your collection.
Today’s Canadian Silver dollars are only issued as commemorative Silver coins. Since their introduction, Canadian Silver dollar Commemorative coins have been used to celebrate everything from historical events to notable locations. Collecting these Canadian Silver coins provides a glimpse of the rich history of Canada. Display these commemorative Canadian Silver dollars as a tribute to Canada or add them to a collection of historically significant Silver coins from around the world.
King George VI appears on the obverse of this coin. Silver content is .600 of an ounce. The reverse depicts a pair of traders in a canoe with the Northern Lights in the background. This is the blunt 7 variety..... Read More
This Silver coin contains .600 oz Silver. King George VI appears on the obverse. John Cabot's ship, the Matthew, appears on the reverse of this issue. Listed in Krause as KM#47. Graded P.... Read More
This Silver coin contains .600 oz Silver. King George VI appears on the obverse. John Cabot's ship, the Matthew, appears on the reverse of this issue. Listed in Krause as KM#47. Graded M.... Read More
In 1967, to celebrate Canada's 100th anniversary as a country, all of the standard circulating coins were issued depicting various animals common to Canada. A popular design of the flying Canadian goose was chosen.... Read More