What is the value of a Canadian centennial dollar coin?
Value of a Canadian centennial dollar coin - 1 dollar 1967 prices and values
Unlike the U.S., Canada has managed to successfully circulate dollar coins. Yours was struck in the first year of pure-nickel coinage so it's only worth face value
Answer . Like the Sacagawea and Presidential dollars in this country, it is not made of gold, it's a gold-colored coin made of base metals. Assuming your coin came from circulation it's a standard issue that is worth only face value, about 95 cents U.S. at current exchange rates.
Without seeing the coin it's not possible to give a value. There were several varieties of Centennial dollars issued and values range from a few bucks to a couple of hundred depending on the type. If it's from circulation, it's probably only worth about $10 due to its silver content. If it's a proof… coin it could be worth more, but you'd need to have it appraised in person. (MORE)
I assume you mean Canadian Centennial. If so, you would have to take the coin to a dealer or appraiser. Several different varieties of this coin were struck with values ranging from a few times face, up to over $700 . The only way to be sure is to have it examined in person.
- Brass, not gold. - A loon, not a duck. It's an ordinary circulation coin worth face value in averagecondition. A nice uncirculated one will retail for a few dollars ata coin shop.
The 1967 centennial issue 1 Canadian dollar note came in twovarieties; a) With the serial number replaced with '1867-1967' : $3.50 b) Regular serial numbers : $5 There is also (apparently) a dollar coin: There are a number of varieties of this coin, with values rangingfrom a couple of bucks to o…ver $700. You'll need to have itexamined in person by a dealer or appraiser who handles Canadiancoinage. (MORE)
In 1967, the Bank of Canada issued a commemorative $1 note with the dates 1867-1967 to mark the Centennial of the founding of Canada. It was issued in two variations, each worth a different amount in mint uncirculated condition; a) Serial number replaced with the dates 1867-1967 : $3.50. b) Re…gular serial number : $7.00 In used condition, they are worth EXACTLY $1. (MORE)
Despite being replaced with the "Loonie" some years later, this coin is worth face value only.
Canada struck its first $1 coin in 1935. Please check your coin again and post a new question with additional information. The monarch's name (it'll be shown with a Latin spelling) and a short description of the coin's design would be the 2 most helpful items.
Unless it's a proof coin, $1. If you are talking about the Olympic gold coin, that's different! That coin is basically 14K gold with a weight of 13.3375 grams and a fine gold content weight of 7.7759 grams..so at current gold of say $900 an ounce the value would be appx. $224, but you would have to… take into consideration a dealer needing to make a profit on it after he purchased it from you. Hope that helps. (MORE)
"Loonie" dollars are made of brass-plated nickel, not gold. They are ordinary circulation coins worth face value only.
Please post a new question with more details, including the coin's date and the country that issued it. "Centennial half dollar" could refer to any number of US commemorative coins, several Canadian coins, or could even be a misinterpretation of bi centennial.
If you found it in change, face value only. The denomination wasintroduced in 1996 and is part of normal circulating coinage inCanada.
That describes the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, which is a one-ouncebullion round. One is worth at least $17 USD as of January 2018,though some years had lower mintages and are worth a bit more.
The value of a Hawaiian centennial coin will vary from time totime. Often, these coins can be worth over 100 dollars on auctionsites such as eBay.
If it's a gold-colored "Loonie", it's an ordinary circulation coin worth face value only. The U.S. and Canadian dollars are almost exactly equal in value, so it's worth a dollar in either country. comentary to the comment made above this, does the coin say Les Forges Du Saint Maurice Ironworks?
JFK was born in 1917 so his centennial won't be until 2017. If your coin has the dual date 1776-1976, that's a US BI centennial coin (200 years, not 100). Please see the Related Question for more.
f you want to know the value of a Canadian 1964 1 dollar coin, you need to know that is a silver coin. The minimum value is 10$. If the coin have never circulated, you can find the value according the the grade here : http://www.coinsandcanada.com/coins-prices.php?coin=1-dollar-1964&years=1-dollar-1…953-2010 (MORE)
By proof I am thinking you mean still packaged, there are several other things that would make it more valuable such as the mint marks the dates, etc. I figure you know this already if you are collecting them you can do a search on Canadian coins for which you have, but I will include here some site…s to get you going . http://www.jandm.com/script/getitem.asp?CID=5&PID=20 . http://www.members.shaw.ca/kcic1/coins.html . http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coins_of_the_Canadian_dollar#Denominations (MORE)
Canadian "Loonie" dollars are ordinary circulation coins and have no \nextra value, so their worth in the US depends only on the current \nexchange rate. Rates change every day so any answer posted here would be\nout of date almost immediately. Similar to their American counterparts they're made o…f a brass alloy that gives them a gold color but they don't contain any precious metals. While it's not normal \nWikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach \nin this case. You can check a site such as www.xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. \nfor the latest conversion factors. (MORE)
If it's been in circulation it's only worth face value to maybe 10cents. Huge numbers of these coins were minted for the Centennialcelebration.
Canadian "Loonie" dollars are ordinary circulation coins and have no extra value, so their worth in the US depends only on the current exchange rate. Rates change every day so any answer posted here would be out of date almost immediately. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the …Internet", that's the best approach in this case. You can check a site such as www.xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latest conversion factors. (MORE)
this coin has .357 ounces of silver. (half of the metal used in thecoin is silver) The original asking price of this commemorative dollar in 1980 was$22, unfortunately you won't get more than that out of it today aslong as silver stays at the price it is at. Some more info: only 389,564 of these coi…ns were minted, so it israre. This coin, soon enough, will catch on as a nice collectorsitem because of it's rarity. hang on to it. (MORE)
It has got a gold value of about $400. Its numismatic value canreach up to $1320. In the future please add the condition of thecoin so I can value it more precisely for you.
is it one that is proof or uncirculated and for collectors? or just the ones you get in pocket change?. pocket change i would say $4 us
It is an 80% silver coin worth about $10 in silver at today's price of about $33 per ounce but it is also a low mintage coin (about 150,000) were minted. That is lower than any other silver 50 cent piece except for the very rare 1948. There are still many 1956 half dollars around as most are in the …hands of collectors. In above average condition it should be worth at least $20. (MORE)
Face value only if the coin was found in change. If it's in uncirculated or proof condition, those specialcollectors' coins can range from $3 to almost $40 at retail,depending on their quality.
The US Centennial was in 1876. The Bi centennial (200 years) was in 1976. If that's what you're referring to please see the Related Question for more information.
Uh, a centennial is 100 years. 1776 to 1976 is TWO hundred years so that would be a Bicentennial coin.
about 40 dollars yeah i thought mine would be worth much more too dissapointing eh
The 1997 Canadian 2 dollar coin features Queen Elizabeth II on thefront and a bear on the back. The coin sells online for 5 to 20dollars, depending upon the condition of the coin.
$2. It's a current circulating coin, introduced in 1996, and is toonew to have any extra value.
These collectors' coins were minted in 1990 to honor the centennial of Dwight D. Eisenhower's birth. As of 10/2009 they retail for about $15 regardless of variety.
JFK was born in 1917 so his centennial won't be until 2017. If you're referring to a coin struck for the United States Bicentennia l (200 years) please see the related question.
The 1985 Dollar is worth no more than its face value unless it is professionally graded. Even at MS-63 the coin is only worth about $1.50 unless you have a Proof (153,950 Minted) in which case your coin would be worth about $7.00 KM# 120.1 OBV: Elizabeth II Young Bust Right REV: Voyageur abo…ve date and value Composition: Nickel Weight (g): 15.50 Diameter (mm): 32.10 Mintage: 3,104,092 (MORE)
There's no such coin. There were no US coins in 1776 and the Mint didn't make any special coins for the 1876 centennial. If you're referring to double-date coins from the BIcentennial (200 years) in 19 76, please see the Related Questions.
If the coin is in uncirculated condition or better. The value would be $330 to $2,000 USD, provided it is the variety known as 2X2. Now, if it is just a regular 1921 Alabama Centennial . In uncirculated condition it is worth $215 to $1,800. See Krause KM #148.1 and #148.2. (2/28/2010)
The coin has two "tones" because it's bi-metallic. The outer ring is copper-nickel and the inner core is brass. The US is one of the few countries that doesn't make bi-metallic coins so those from other countries may seem unusual. In any case the Canadian "Twonie" (or "toonie") is a common circul…ation coin so if you found it in change it's only worth face value. (MORE)
I recently sold a 1935 at an auction site and got a little over 9 dollars for it-the 37 is a little lower mintage and might be worth a little more--although this date range has low mintage that doesn't nescacarily mean its a key date with Canadian currency where a similar coin in US currency would b…e a sought after piece (MORE)
Assuming you have a gold-colored "Loonie" coin, it's only worth face value. Canada stopped printing $1 bills back in the late 1980s and has used $1 coins ever since. Like their US counterparts the coins are gold-colored but not gold. They're made of base metal with brass plating.
If it's a gold-colored "Loonie", it's an ordinary circulation coin worth face value only. The U.S. and Canadian dollars are almost exactly equal in value, so it's worth a dollar in either country. If it's a commemorative or proof coin please post a new question with that information.
It's a common circulation coin and is only worth face value. It's not gold - it's plated with a gold-colored brass alloy.
There is no such coin. Canada did not have any coins over 50 cents in 1871.
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. Thefirst circulating $2 coins were dated 1996.
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. It's either not JFK, not a dollar, or not a centennial commemorative: . JFK has never been on a $1 coin . He was born in 1917 so his centennial won't be until 2017 You may have a Bicentennial HALF dollar (1776-1976) issued for t…he 200th anniversary of the US, not to honor JFK. If so please see the Related Question. (MORE)
Assuming you have a gold-colored "Loonie" coin, it's only worthface value. Like the Sacagawea and Presidential dollars in this country, it'snot made of gold. 1990 Loonies are made of nickel plated with agold-colored brass alloy.
A canadian centenial set value depends largely on whether or not it includes the 20 dollar gold coin. This coin carries the bulk of the value. I believe the coins actual weight is approx 11.7 dwt's of 22K gold. With gold trading at almost 1700/Oz today that would put the coin at an aprox value of be…tween 700-750 dollars CAD. For the remainder of the 80% silver coins including the dollar, half dollar, quarter, and dime you would be getting a fair price at 15-16x the face value. The Nickel and penny carry virtually no value above their intended face value. I hope this helps. (MORE)
This is a bullion coin containing 1 troy oz. of gold; the $50 denomination is artificial. Precious-metal prices change every day so any specific answer posted here would be out of date almost immediately. While it's not Answers.com policy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach in thi…s case. You can check a site such as kitco.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latest spot price of gold, then add a couple of percent to account for the fact that the Maple Leaf is a proof coin with the added imprimatur of being issued by a major government. (MORE)
It's worth face value - 1 cent. Unless there is something unusual abt the coin or uncirculated, it won't be worth more than a penny.
The Canadian dollar coin is worth one Canadian dollar. That is, at this writing, slightly less than one US dollar.