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
1911 Canadian Silver Dollar
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