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How much is a 1965 Canadian dollar worth today?

How much is a 1965 Canadian dollar worth today?

Canada inflation – Conversion table

Initial Value Equivalent value
$1 dollar in 1965 $8.28 dollars today
$5 dollars in 1965 $41.41 dollars today
$10 dollars in 1965 $82.82 dollars today
$50 dollars in 1965 $414.09 dollars today

What is the silver content of a 1965 Canadian dollar?


Mintage: 10,768,569
Composition: 80% silver, 20% copper
Finish: Circulation
Weight: 23.33 g
Diameter: 36.0 mm

What is a 1965 Canadian dollar made of?

fine silver
Specifications: Each coin measures 24mm in diameter, weighs 5.8g, and is made of . 800 fine silver.

What is a 1965 one dollar coin worth?

Total Silver content in the coin is 80% and the Silver value of this coin is USD 9.796 ,Silver value is claculated with a spot price of USD 14.88/ounce….1 dollar 1965- Small Beads- Pointed 5 Elizabeth II.

WEIGHT 23.33 Grams

What is the value of a 1965 Silver Dollar?

Most of 1965 coins are still found in circulation (except for the 40% silver half dollar). All of these coins are worth nominal prices over face value, even in uncirculated grades. Speaking of the value of 1965 coins, the 1965 special mint set is worth around $5-$7.

Does a 1965 dime have any silver in it?

The 1965 silver dimes are made from 90% silver. So if you examine the edge of a 1965 silver dime, or any other silver dime for that matter, the edge will appear silver with no copper-colored strip. Weighing 1965 Roosevelt dimes can prove helpful. The silver dime, before circulating, weighs 2.50 grams (0.084 ounce).

What is the melt value of a silver dollar?

The value of a Liberty silver dollar is based on condition, but all silver dollars have a minimum melt value. The melt value for a Morgan silver dollar is $9 to $11.

Is a 1965 half dollar silver?

1965 – 1970 Kennedy Half Dollars are made of 40% silver, but no proofs from 1965 through 1967, they’re called SMS or Special Mint Set coins. Struck at Philadelphia Mint so no mint mark is present.

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