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While silver dollars were never a widely circulating denomination in Canada, by 1955 their circulation had nearly stopped examples from 1956 to 1967 will normally be in mint (MS) condition or very close to it. Examples grading below AU-50 are very unusual and typically are coins carried as lucky coins, without actually circulating. The one exception to this appears to have been the city of Regina in Saskatchewan where a friend of mine lived in the 1960's and tells me it was the one place both silver dollars and half dollars were commonly circulating into the mid 1960's.

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