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1985 National Parks Dollar Coin Set (163786C)

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1985 National Parks Dollar Coin Set                                SKU# 163786C

A wonderful memento of Canada's history, this fantastic double dollar (commemorative silver and nickel Voyageur) coin set commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the National Parks of Canada. Whether you're a seasoned collector, just starting out or even just looking to possibly make some profit, this set is definitely something you won't want to miss out on!

Set includes:
- National Parks commemorative silver dollar (50% AG/50% CU)
- Voyageur one dollar coin
- 50 cent coin
- 25 cent coin
- 10 cent coin
- 5 cent coin
- 1 cent coin
- Coins come sealed in plastic collectors case with front and back covers
- Also included is a Royal Canadian Mint issued information card

Please note, this set has NOT been professionally graded or appraised.



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Condition: Set appears to be in uncirculated condition as coins come sealed in plastic case and show no apparent signs of wear. Silver dollar does show some light tarnishing around edges. Again note that this set has NOT been professionally graded or appraised.


Item is sold in 'as is' condition.
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  • Toronto Pick Up - Thursday & Friday:  $0.00
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