The second Canadian Coin ever

WORLD'S SECOND CANADIAN COIN
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What was the world's second Canadian coin?

The 2nd coin that Canada would strike would become the very most valuable it would ever produce but it wasn’t even really a coin.

Once the Governor General Earl Grey struck the first coin in 1908, the Currency Act was updated just two years later. This Act made allowances for a $1 silver dollar to be produced as well as gold coins in the denominations of: $2.50; $5.00; $10.00; and $20.00.

In 1911 the first coin from the new allowances, the silver dollar would be the first to be struck at the British Royal Mint.


1911 Canadian Silver Dollar


The second Canadian Coin ever

The second Canadian Coin ever

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