SALE 1978 1 Dollar Canadian 11th Commonwealth Games Coin

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  • $20.99
  • Regular price $25.99


1978 1 Dollar Canadian 11th Commonwealth Games Coin

(103MOM-COIN4)

LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - PREVIOUSLY OWNEDOnce they are gone we may not get any more. Sold As Is - NON-REFUNDABLE.

The 1978 dollar commemorates the 11th Commonwealth Games, which were held in Edmonton, Alberta. The design features the symbol of the games in the middle, and the ten sports which comprise the Games along the perimeter.

Black leatherette square case, Coat of Arms, maroon & black insert.  It also is in its original gift case.

Note: Anyone wishing to purchase multiple coins or sets of coins, please contact us and we will work with pricing.

Features of the Coin:

  • Condition:  Excellent -  PF-60 (Proof), to the naked eye they appear Gem Proof but with the camera you see some small hairlines  - the box and gift case are in fantastic shape
  • Composition: 50% Ag, 50% Cu (0.375 oz actual silver weight)
  • Condition: Uncirculated
  • Weight: 23.3 grams
  • Thickness: 2.95 mm
  • Diameter: 36.07mm
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Finish: Specimen
  • Mintage: 640000
  • Original owner
  • I apologize my camera doesn't get the best quality pictures when it comes to color

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      LIMITED ITEM: Limited Availability. ONCE THEY ARE GONE WE WILL NOT GET ANY MORE. Usually available for pickup in our store in Las Vegas, or would ship ASAP.  The purchaser is responsible for conforming to all applicable Country, State and Local laws.  All items with a combined total of $100.00 or any collectable items (one of a kind) will be shipped with SIGNATURE REQUIRED.  

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