|Grade:||BU &/or Proof|
|Mint Mark:||Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||0.15 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Royal Canadian Mint|
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 a running bobcat was chosen for the Silver quarters. Most Brilliant Uncirculated and Prooflike coins come to you still sealed in mint cellophane, Proof coins come fresh from 1967 Centennial 7-coin sets and packaged in a flip. An effigy of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the obverse. This coin contains 80% silver for a total weight of 0.15 of a troy ounce.