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1967 Canada $20 Confederation Gold Coin
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The 1967 Canada $20 Confederation Gold Coin was issued to commemorate Canada's 100th anniversary of Confederation. This coin is a significant piece of Canadian numismatic history, celebrated for both its artistic design and its historical significance. Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint, it features .900 fine gold and has an actual gold weight (AGW) of approximately 0.5288 troy ounces, given its total weight of about 18 grams. The obverse of the coin typically displays the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, representing her role as the head of state at the time of minting. The reverse design is dedicated to a symbolic representation of Canada, often incorporating elements that reflect the country's culture, heritage, and natural beauty. In the case of the 1967 Confederation coin, the design celebrates a century of nationhood, making it a sought-after collector's item for those interested in Canadian history and commemorative gold coins.
Item Weight
0.5288 Troy Ounce
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