The 1967 $20 Canadian Confederation Gold coin commemorates the 100th anniversary of Canada’s movement toward independence called ‘confederation’.This commemorative coin features a bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side and Canada’s coat of arms on the reverse.
- Commemorative coin celebrates 100 year anniversary of the confederation
- Made of .5288 troy oz of actual gold content
- Face value of $20 (CAD) backed by the Canadian Government
- Obverse side has image of Queen Elizabeth II
- Reverse side features the coat of arms of Canada.
- Conditions vary from BU to Proof and are contingent on stock on demand
On the obverse side of the coin is a right profile image of Queen Elizabeth II. She is seen here wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. This profile was created in 1965 and marked the second time the queen had been featured on a Canadian or British coin. To the left of her is ‘QUEEN ELIZABETH II’. To the right of her is ‘D.G. REGINA’ which is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase meaning ‘By the grace of God, queen’.
On the reverse side is a depiction of the Canadian coat of arms. The coat of arms has a lion standing on its hind legs to the left and a unicorn on the right. Both are holding flags that frame the coat of arms that has several elements on it. A banner at the bottom has the Latin phrase ‘a mari usque ad mare’ which means ‘From to sea’. To the left is ‘CANADA’. At the top of the coin is ‘1967’. To the right of the coin is ‘20 DOLLARS’.
These 1967 $20 Canadian Confederation Gold Coins are a great way to add some gold to your collection. Each coin comes in Brilliant Uncirculated or Proof condition. These coins were issued to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of confederation in Canada. Get yours today.
Kenneth E (verified owner) –
Beautiful coin. Low premium