1867 canadian coin, no face, no denomination.

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by silversurfer28, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. silversurfer28

    silversurfer28 Junior Member

    My friend's parents has this 1867 canadian coin that I can't find anywhere online. I don't have a picture to upload so i'll describe it. The obverse has three maple leafs with one of those 'maple key' things, that look like helicopters when they fly in the air, on the bottom left. The reverse has the coat of arms with the crown on top and the lions on the sides. The date is split on either side of the coat of arms with the 18 on the left and the 67 on the right. Hopefully one of you guys knows about this coin.
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  3. MissSasha

    MissSasha Junior Member

    Posting an image is about the only way we'll be able to know what it is.
  4. Dollar1948

    Dollar1948 New Member

    No Canadian coins were released for circulation in 1867, so dont think its a coin.
    My thought is, it is some type of medallion (even commerative) celebrating Canadas conferation into a nation in that same year.
  5. bqcoins

    bqcoins Olympic Figure Skating Scoring System Expert

    probably a medal from 1967 from the Canadian Centennial.
  6. silversurfer28

    silversurfer28 Junior Member

    How much would it be worth?
  7. hrhomer

    hrhomer Member

    Without knowing exactly what it is, there's no way to say. Maybe a buck, maybe a zillion.

  8. silversurfer28

    silversurfer28 Junior Member

    Even though it's not mine, it'd be pretty sweet if it was worth a zillion (how many zeros is that? :p)
  9. ozzy678

    ozzy678 Junior Member

  10. dfraser

    dfraser Junior Member

    You have a confederation medal, we all received one in 1967, as a previous post indicated there were no Canadian coins minted in 1867.
  11. mpcusa

    mpcusa "Official C.T. TROLL SWEEPER"

    Try photobucket.com great images there :)
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