Providing it has everything that originally came with it and has never had the action cycled you are in the 800-1200 range.
what is the value of a Canadian Centennial $1 bill
In the condition that you have described,your rifle is valued at 895.00 dollars on today,s market.
Value of a Canadian centennial dollar coin - 1 dollar 1967 prices and values
New win great shapeas 179.00 now 700.00
Who made it? What centennial does it celebrate? Is it a rifle, handgun or shotgun? Have to know these things to provide a value.
If it has never been fired, never had the action cycled, is still in the origianl box with all paperwork, in the 700-900 range.
If your centennial model 66 has never been fired(new in the box condition) and includes the box and hang tags then the value is 675 dollars.If it has been used to hunt with and shot then the value is 200-350 dollars.
Canadian dimes dated 1920-1967 contain 80% silver and have a current melt value of about $1.20.
In the condition that you describe,your rifle will be valued at 650 dollars.
About $1 for its silver content.
If it's been in circulation it's only worth face value to maybe 10 cents. Huge numbers of these coins were minted for the Centennial celebration.
Canadian nickels (1922 and later) never contained silver. A 1967 Centennial nickel is made of 99.9% nickel and is worth about 15 cents in above-average condition.
Your Canadian centennial rifle or carbine in unfired condition will bring 650 dollars.If the rifle has been fired,then you are looking at between 200-350 dollars.
Your Winchester Cenntennial 1966 Carbine is valued at 695.00 dollars in the condition you describe.
its worth bout a 1.50
If the rifle in question was never fired(new in the box) then the value will be 695 dollars.If it was fired then the value will be 300 dollars.
Please post a new question with the country of origin. The Canadian centennial was 1867-1967 The U.S. Bicentennial was 1776-1976
There will never be a Canadian bicentennial penny. Canada's bicentennial won't be until 2067 but the 1¢ coin was discontinued in 2012.If you're referring to a centennial penny from 1967, these are worth only face value to a few cents in average condition.
It's worth about $2.50 for the silver it contains.
1 800.00$ Canadian dollars if a MP edition (serial number starts with MP and not RCMP) and has never been shot...
somewhere around 8 to 900.00 . they didnt think much of Teddy