XCanada Coins-3 Gem Prooflike Canada Silver 1966 Coins—Quarter, Half & Dollar
These were cut from a Prooflike set, which I don’t quite understand. Why not leave them in the set (with the nickel and one cent coins) as most buyer would probably find the actual set just as desirable as loose coins. Canada pre-1968 silver coinage has in my opinion strong advantages over other legal tender "bullion" pieces—They are a very attractive standard Canada issue and they are one of the best actual coins in price relative to silver value. The dollar contains .6 oz ASW while the three coins together are 1.2 ASW.
We always try to maintain a good inventory of Canada silver dollars but it is difficult as demand is quite high. Over the last few months we’ve sold virtually our entire stock of dollars, including those we’ve purchased over that same time period, a total of about 375 coins. We don’t consider The History Bank to be a bullion seller at all; we do offer bullion coins, however, when we find them at excellent pricing. We also have sold several small collections this year, each of which included both Canadian gold and silver.
That black spot at the lower center is surrounded by a silver circle--and I'm surprised you cannot see that it says "Canon" also. The coin is so reflective that my camera is very obvious. My apologies.