1971 Canada Specimen Silver Dollar - British Columbia Centennial
Face Value: $1
Composition: 50% Ag, 50% Cu
Weight (g): 23.30
Design: The first non-circulating silver dollar was issued to the public in 1971 as a commemorative for the entry of British Columbia into Confederation in 1871. Its design is based on the provincial arms. The obverse features a modification of the Machin portrait in which the portrait of the Queen was reduced slightly and her hair extensively redone.
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