CANADIAN SILVER DOLLARS

Coinage Figures

(From lowest to highest)  

In effect, the submitted dollar figures are a scarcity rating. Put together in this manner, it is my belief that they are somewhat easier to follow. Reasons for the figures have been explained. The only arbitrary figure is the one given the Pointed Seven even though it is based on what I think reasonable supposition.  

1955

200

Proof-like Arnpriors

1955

5,000

Regular Arnpriors

1947

17,000

Pointed Sevens

1948

18,780

 

1947

21,135

Maple Leafs

1945

38,391

 

1947

48,595

Blunt Sevens

1938

90,304

 

1946

93,055

 

1952

102,210

No Water Lines

1956

209,092

 

1937

241,002

 

1954

242,815

 

1950

261,002

 

1955

269,610

Regular

1936

306,100

 

1952

306,625

Water Lines

1953

362,422

Flat Edge

1951

420,620

 

1935

428,120

 

1957

496,389

 

1949

672,974

 

1953

724,844

Wire Edge

1960

1,200,000

 

1939

1,363,816

 

1959

1,436,160

 

1958

3,039,564

 

   

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