1982 Canadian $1 Dollar - 1867 Confederation Constitution Coin (Circulated)

Item: #1982NIDLRCONST    |    Mfr: Royal Canadian Mint




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1982 Canadian $1 Dollar - 1867 Confederation Constitution Coin (Circulated)   


On June 10, 1982, a one dollar circulating coin, composed of pure nickel, was struck to commemorate the new Canadian Constitution. This is the first time the Royal Canadian Mint issued a commemorative and voyeur dollar in the same year for circulation. 



Coin depicts the Tiara design of Queen Elizabeth II with the Latin inscription:
ELIZABETH II D • G • REGINA meaning "Elizabeth II, by the grace of God, the Queen



Features a faithful reproduction of the celebrated painting of the Fathers of Confederation. It commemorates the Constitution with the inscription "1867 CONFEDERATION" above the painting and "CONSTITUTION 1982" beneath it.


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Mintage: 11,812,000
Composition: 100% nickel
Finish: Circulation
Weight: 15.62 g
Diameter: 32.13 mm
Magnetism: Magnetic
Face Value: 1 dollar
Die axis: ↑↑


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