Struck for the centennial of Canada's confederation, this famous silver dollar was issued only in 1967. It proved to be the last circulation silver dollar released by the Royal Canadian Mint (at the time, the Canadian dollar was worth slightly more than the U.S.). The flying goose image is one of Canada's best-known wildlife coin designs. On the obverse is Arnold Machin's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Our Brilliant Uncirculated quality highlights every detail of the engravings.