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1 dollar 1967

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1 dollar 1967
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To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the confederation, the reverse of the 1 dollar 1967 coin is a goose.

1 dollar 1967 prices and values

The minimum value of a 1 dollar 1967 is $11.42, due to the value of the metal that composes it.

Depending on its condition, its scarcity, supply and demand and errors and varieties, the value of a 1 dollar 1967 varies. Below, the details of the value of the coin according to its grade. To help you to know the meaning of grades such as G4, VG8, F12, VF20, EF40, AU50, MS60, etc., you can jump to the grading section.

1 dollar 1967 values of circulating coins1

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Year AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
1967 ----$ 18$ 18$ 18
1967 - ↑↓ Coinage -----$ 1 100$ 1 700
1967 - Diving Goose 45% ----$ 65$ 95$ 290
1967 - Double Struck ------$ 650

1 dollar 1967 values of uncirculated coins2

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Year MS-60 MS-62 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 MS-66 MS-67
1967 $ 24$ 24$ 29$ 53$ 320$ 2 600-
1967 - ↑↓ Coinage $ 4 100$ 5 800$ 8 100$ 11 800$ 14 800--
1967 - Diving Goose 45% $ 360$ 650$ 830$ 1 000$ 1 500--
1967 - Double Struck $ 850$ 1 000$ 1 300$ 1 600$ 2 500--

1 dollar 1967 PL3

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Year PL-60 PL-62 PL-63 PL-64 PL-65 PL-66 PL-67
1967 ---$ 26$ 32$ 81$ 680
1967 - ↑↓ Coinage ----$ 15 000--
1967 - Diving Goose 45% ----$ 1 800--
1967 - Double Struck -------

1 dollar 1967 SP3

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Year SP-60 SP-62 SP-63 SP-64 SP-65 SP-66 SP-67
1967 --$ 39$ 39$ 39$ 49$ 110
1967 - ↑↓ Coinage -------
1967 - Diving Goose 45% ----$ 950--
1967 - Double Struck -------

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Errors and varieties

↑↓ Coinage

1 dollar 1997 - Rotated

Diving Goose 45%

1 dollar 1967 - Diving goose

Double Struck

1 dollar 1967 - Double struck

More errors and varieties

Mintage

  • 1 dollar 1967 : 6 767 496
  • 1 dollar 1967 - ↑↓ Coinage : Included
  • 1 dollar 1967 - Diving Goose 45% : Included
  • 1 dollar 1967 - Double Struck : Included

Specifications - 1 dollar 1967

  • Alloy: 80% silver, 20% copper
  • Weight: 23.33 grams
  • Diameter : 36.00 mm, thickness 2.84 mm
  • Engraver: Obverse: Arnold Machin, Walter Ott, Reverse: Alec Colville, Myron Cook
  • Designer: Obverse: Arnold Machin, Walter Ott, Reverse: Alec Colville, Myron Cook
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Magnetism: Nonmagnetic
  • Die axis: ↑↑

Specifications - 1 dollar 1967 - ↑↓ Coinage

  • Alloy: 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper
  • Weight: 4.65 grams
  • Diameter : 23.3 mm
  • Engraver: Leonard C. Wyon
  • Designer: Leonard C. Wyon
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Magnetism: Nonmagnetic
  • Die axis: ↑↓

Specifications - 1 dollar 1967 - Diving Goose 45%

  • Alloy: 80% silver, 20% copper
  • Weight: 23.33 grams
  • Diameter : 36.00 mm, thickness 2.84 mm
  • Engraver: Obverse: Arnold Machin, Walter Ott, Reverse: Alec Colville, Myron Cook
  • Designer: Obverse: Arnold Machin, Walter Ott, Reverse: Alec Colville, Myron Cook
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Magnetism: Nonmagnetic
  • Die axis: ↑↑

Specifications - 1 dollar 1967 - Double Struck

  • Alloy: 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper
  • Weight: 4.65 grams
  • Diameter : 23.3 mm
  • Engraver: Leonard C. Wyon
  • Designer: Leonard C. Wyon
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Magnetism: Nonmagnetic
  • Die axis: ↑↓

Legend

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Notes

  1. The value of a 1 dollar 1967 circulating coin generally concerns coins with an apparent wear due to the circulation. These coins rarely retain their original luster.
  2. The value of a 1 dollar 1967 uncirculating coin generally concerns coins without visible wear. These coins generally retain their original luster.
  3. PL and SP coins come from uncirculated sets. They are made with a better quality than coins destined to the circulation.
  4. The values displayed on this page are in Canadian dollars.

Last update : Monday, August 12, 2013

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