Starting in 1968, Canadian dollar coins were made of nickel instead of silver. A 1968 proof dollar is worth about $3.
It depends greatly on the year, early silver dollar proof dollars can be worth several thousand dollars, modern silver dollar proofs of common dates might be worth $20 or so for silver scrap.
It's worth $1.00 unless it is a silver proof coin in mint condition.
1968 is the first year that Canadian dollars were no longer silver. It's worth one dollar.
By 1972, Canadian dollars were made of pure nickel instead of silver. It's worth one Canadian dollar.
The 1982 Canadian dollar is actually made of pure nickel, NOT silver. It's still worth one dollar in Canada.
If it's a circulation coin made out of nickel, it's only worth face value. If it's a silver proof, it could be worth about $15.
To me the Canadian 1967 silver Goose is my favorite coin of the North. As of today 3/4/10 in Proof Uncirculated condition its worth $20 USD.
It's still worth a dollar.
Starting that year, Canadian dollar coins were made of nickel instead of silver. It's only worth a dollar or two.
It is worth about $50
By 1970, Canadian coins no longer contained silver. It's made of nickel, and is worth a dollar.
it's worth about a dollar for the silver in it.
By the 1970s, Canadian coins no longer contained silver. The 1977 dollar is made of pure nickel, and worth one dollar.
The coin is actually made of pure nickel, NOT silver, and it's still worth one Canadian dollar.
The coin is pure nickel with absolutely no silver, and is still worth one Canadian dollar.
It is worth about 20 US dollars.
As of 13 March 2014, a 1967 Canadian silver dollar is worth just under $13.
Check that coin again. The first year for Canadian silver dollars was 1935.