20 dollars gold - 1967
Very few gold coins have been struck in Canada, even though gold was widely used throughout the world as a medium of exchange until the early years of this century. Canada issued $5 and $10 gold coins in 1912, 1913 and 1914 and British sovereigns were struck at The Royal Mint in Ottawa from 1908 to 1919.
To commemorate the 100 anniversary of the Confederation, the Finance Minister Mitchell Sharp announced, in 1967, the release of a special specimen presentation set including a $20 gold coin.
Because 334,288 of these sets were sold, the 1967 20-dollars gold coin is generally worth bullion value whatever in which condition it is.
Price guide and value - 20 dollars gold - 1967
The melt and minimum value of a 20 dollars gold - 1967 is $1,107.67 $.
SP (Specimen): Special collectors coins struck at the Mint with a frosted/mirror appearance on the design and effigy from 1996 to 2020. Before 1996, if specimen coins have been removed from their protective envelope or original package, it is harder to differentiate them from PL coins. Specimen coins are struck up to two times on numismatic presses.
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- Alloy: 90% gold an d 10% copper
- Weight: 18.27 grams
- Diameter: 27.1 mm
- Thickness: 2.3 mm
- Edge: Reeded
- Die axis: ↑↑
The values on this page are in Canadian dollars (CAD).