1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU)

1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU)
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As low as $1.99 per coin over spot!
Each of these 80% Canadian Silver dollars contains .600 oz of pure Silver! These were the last years that the Canadian Silver dollar was made for circulation from Silver.

The reverse design, by scultper Emanuel Hahn, shows a traveller and an aboriginal paddling along in a birch-bark canoe. Faintly showing in the sky are markings representing the beautiful Northern Lights.

These Canadian Silver coins are in mostly Almost Uncirculated to Brilliant Uncirculated conditions.

Quantities of 20 or more come in tubes.


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Specifications

Product ID: 8564
Year: 1958
Grade: Almost Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated
Grade Service: None
Denomination: $1 (CAD)
Mint Mark: None
Metal Content: 0.6 troy oz
Purity: .800
Manufacturer: Royal Canadian Mint
Thickness: 2.8 mm
Diameter: 36 mm
Inner Pack: 20
Outer Pack: 500

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1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU)
 
4.5

(based on 11 reviews)

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86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (4)
  • Value (low premium over spot) (4)
  • Easy to sell (3)
  • Recognized brand (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Great investment piece

      I quickly earned my APMEX Platinum status in large part by purchasing a couple of these pieces every couple of weeks. Silver is widely known to be the MOST undervalued metal to invest in...Read complete review

      I quickly earned my APMEX Platinum status in large part by purchasing a couple of these pieces every couple of weeks. Silver is widely known to be the MOST undervalued metal to invest in at this time. The primary factor is the demand in manufacturing - think about all of the everyday items that require silver intrinsically; cell phones, computers, vehicles, electronics, etc etc. The value of silver is being supressed by the paper market which is 99% fiat. There is something like 1 ounce of silver to basck every 100 'notes'. The Ponzi scheme cannot last forever...this is the perfect piece to invest in if you do not have a lot of spare $$$ like me. Skip a night out, make chicken at home (I'll send you some great bachelor recipes!) and invest that $25 saved on one of these...best of luck (anf fortune) to you - be safe and, especially, be prepared...

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      Very Disappointing

      I had liked the fact that this purchase represented a reasonable margin for a fractional soverign coin. Unfortunately, the quality of the minting process is very poor due to apparently low strike pressures as...Read complete review

      I had liked the fact that this purchase represented a reasonable margin for a fractional soverign coin. Unfortunately, the quality of the minting process is very poor due to apparently low strike pressures as these coins lack even reasonable detail. These coins are generally much less attractive than I had imagined.

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      5.0

      Great investment piece

      By Brother Lance

      from Rochester, NY

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Affordable
      • Easy to Sell
      • Recognized Brand
      • Value (low premium over spot)
      • Value Growth Potential

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

          I quickly earned my APMEX Platinum status in large part by purchasing a couple of these pieces every couple of weeks. Silver is widely known to be the MOST undervalued metal to invest in at this time. The primary factor is the demand in manufacturing - think about all of the everyday items that require silver intrinsically; cell phones, computers, vehicles, electronics, etc etc. The value of silver is being supressed by the paper market which is 99% fiat. There is something like 1 ounce of silver to basck every 100 'notes'. The Ponzi scheme cannot last forever...this is the perfect piece to invest in if you do not have a lot of spare $$$ like me. Skip a night out, make chicken at home (I'll send you some great bachelor recipes!) and invest that $25 saved on one of these...best of luck (anf fortune) to you - be safe and, especially, be prepared...

           
          5.0

          Truely Great Toning!

          By Mike

          from Jacksonville, NC

          Pros

          • Attractive Design
          • Collectible (lower mintage)
          • Easy to Sell
          • Recognized Brand
          • Value (low premium over spot)

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

              I bought this coin since it brings back great childhood memories. I was hoping for one minted in the 50's but 1965 is good and it's in great condition for Almost Uncirculated. Deep Even Toning makes this coin an exceptional beauty. Maybe I'll get one minted in the 50's the next time I order.

              Service and delivery comments:

              Everything arrived in excellent shape. Well packed, discrete packaging with very fast delivery.

               
              5.0

              Great buy

              By JD

              from Busco, In.

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Mint Condition

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                  Bright luster. Excellent eye appeal.

                   
                  1.0

                  Very Disappointing

                  By Numismatist

                  from San Antonio, TX

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                    Cons

                    • Poorly Struck
                    • Unattractive Design

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                      I had liked the fact that this purchase represented a reasonable margin for a fractional soverign coin. Unfortunately, the quality of the minting process is very poor due to apparently low strike pressures as these coins lack even reasonable detail. These coins are generally much less attractive than I had imagined.

                       
                      5.0

                      Better than expected

                      By RAS

                      from IN

                      Pros

                      • Attractive Design
                      • Value (low premium over spot)

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                          I purchased this produce for the design for my private collection interests. Both coins were in AU/BU condition and arrived promptly.

                          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                           
                          5.0

                          Very very satisfied

                          By Silver Addict

                          from Connecticut

                          Pros

                          • Attractive Design
                          • Easy to Sell
                          • Mint Condition
                          • Value (low premium over spot)

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                              Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                              I was so excited after opening the box. The coins I received are definitely AU and some BU. For the low price over spot and the high grade of these coins I will be buying plenty more when they are available again.

                              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                               
                              4.0

                              Older coin

                              By Screech

                              from Dallas, Tx

                              Verified Buyer

                              Pros

                              • Attractive Design
                              • Recognized Brand

                              Cons

                                Best Uses

                                  Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                                  Nice older coin

                                   
                                  5.0

                                  This is a most excellent ...

                                  By david

                                  from NC

                                  Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                                  This is a most excellent form of silver and currency. The 80% silver 20% copper is a perfect ratio for silver dollars and in my opinion should still be in use today to avoid significant inflation. Esthetically pleasing design as well.

                                   
                                  4.0

                                  When I received this coin ...

                                  By Rei

                                  from MI

                                  Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                                  When I received this coin in the mail, I was a little disappointed. I expected the coin to be AU or (one can only wish) BU. But the coin I received looked like it was XF. Maybe I'm a little too picky or just not good at grading, but the coin wasn't as nice as I had hoped. But since I'm only paying a dollar over price and basically only paying for its silver content, I guess I can't complain. But the Canadian silver dollar is a beautiful coin and one of my favorites; I'll be more than happy to add this coin into my collection. I'm disappointed but satisfied. It's a mixed and confusing feeling.

                                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                                   
                                  5.0

                                  Pros 1. With the silver ...

                                  By Colin

                                  from CA

                                  Comments about 1958 - 1967 Canadian Silver Dollars (AU/BU):

                                  Pros 1. With the silver content of 0.6 pure troy ounces per dollar coin, it easier to do math without breaking out a calculator to figure out 0.7734 for US coinage. 2. Canadian legal tender status 3. As I write, the lowest premium on these is $0.79 over spot per pure ounce where similar condition US dollar coins are sold at $6 per oz over. Even the US dollar mega-culls are being sold for $3+ over. Granted the US dollar coins are older, but it seems like a reasonable speculation that premiums on these Canadian dollars could move up in the future. This is the main reason why I would prefer these over the bulk generic 80% Canadian coinage even though that option is cheaper. Cons 1. The main drawback is that 80% silver purity is low relative to US 90% or of course 999 bullion. This will add some bulk which might be unwanted and will make them less attractive to a refiner. You may be able to get cheaper prices on 40% halves and war nickels, but those are of too low purity to consider in my opinion. 2. Probably less understood and recognized for their silver in the U.S. although Pro.1 might counteract this. Conclusion I wouldn't want to own these as my sole form of silver, but to me they offer some compelling advantages as part of a diversifying approach in the physical silver space.

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