A 1 ounce .999 ont. 1977 silver jubilee medallion?

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redcent
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A 1 ounce .999 ont. 1977 silver jubilee medallion?

Post by redcent » Sun Jan 17, 2021 6:01 pm

In a dark blue case, mint marked and registered. Wondering about mintage figures? Thanks in advance.

Bond632
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Re: A 1 ounce .999 ont. 1977 silver jubilee medallion?

Post by Bond632 » Sun Jan 17, 2021 9:27 pm

Can you post pictures?

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Re: A 1 ounce .999 ont. 1977 silver jubilee medallion?

Post by redcent » Sun Jan 17, 2021 9:47 pm

I do not have good picture taking equipment, but will post the best I can. .999 fs, canada, and a number on the flat edge as well.
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Bond632
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Re: A 1 ounce .999 ont. 1977 silver jubilee medallion?

Post by Bond632 » Mon Jan 18, 2021 12:12 pm

I could not find mintage numbers, but composition is very likely aluminum, not silver. What is the weight in grams?

redcent
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Re: A 1 ounce .999 ont. 1977 silver jubilee medallion?

Post by redcent » Mon Jan 18, 2021 8:17 pm

It's 31.098g sillver 100%. Although it's not showing in my lousy pictures, the province of ontario side is toning a nice brown and gold with blueing around the edge. I know what you're saying, seen tons in a cello pack on ebay, all aluminum. Just like to find out how they were sold, and how many are out there. Thanks for your help.

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