In the series of Canadian Silver Dollars minted from 1935 through 1967, one regular-issue coin reigns supreme both in terms of rarity and value. That piece is none other than the 1948 King George VI Dollar, a coin with a tiny mintage and a major place in Canadian numismatics.
Aside from its date, the 1948 Canada Dollar at first glance may appear nearly identical to its other King George VI Dollar counterparts, with its 80% silver content, weight of 23.33 grams, diameter of 36.06 millimeters, and reeded edge. The King George VI Dollar carries an obverse designed by T.H. Paget, while its reverse by Emanuel Hahn bears the likeness of a Canadian voyageur and Native American cruising in a canoe under the Northern Lights on an evergreen-traced lake. Yet, there was one minor but important change that affected the 1948 Canadian Dollars.
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