Value of a 1989 canadian dollar coin


Click the button below to add the Canada: 1989 $1 Mackenzie River Bicentennial Proof Silver Dollar Coin to your wish list. Related Products Canada: 1989 $1 Mackenzie River Bicentennial BU Silver Dollar Coin $11.38 Up until 1966 the Canadian Mint used 80% actual silver in it’s composition of the dollar coin, in 1967 this value changed to 50% actual silver and half way through 1968 they stopped making ‘silver dollar coins’ with actual silver altogether, they fact is that today a Canadian dollar coins is actually made up of 91.5% nickel and 8.5% bronze. This depends on many factors but a “top grade” uncirculated MS-65 is currently valued at $74 CDN, there is then a considerable drop in value for the next highest grade MS-64 to $11.80 CDN, MS-63 $6.30 CDN, MS-62 $ 4.90 CDN, and finally the lowest uncirculated grade MS-60 $1.00 CDN. The first one ounce Silver Maple Leaf was issued in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM), the design is a continuation of that first concevied for the gold maples in 1979. All Silver Maples have a $5 face value to them and have a silver purity of .9999 the highest of all the types of silver bullion on the market today,...