1964 Canadian Commemorative Silver Dollar.

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In 1964, the Province of Quebec issued a commemorative silver dollar to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Jacques Cartier's arrival in Canada. This coin is known as the "Quebec Tercentenary" silver dollar. The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right. It includes her name "ELIZABETH II" and the phrase "D.G. REGINA" (short for "Dei Gratia Regina," which means "By the Grace of God, Queen") along with the year "1964." The reverse side depicts a stylized image of Jacques Cartier's ship, the "Grande Hermine," sailing on the St. Lawrence River. Above the ship, there's a fleur-de-lis, a symbol associated with Quebec. Around the outer rim, you'll find the inscriptions "QUEBEC 1534-1934," "DOLLAR," and "CANADA." This silver dollar has a diameter of 36 millimeters and is composed of 80% silver and 20% copper. It has a reeded edge. This coin is a historical and numismatic treasure, marking an important event in Quebec's history and Canada's past.

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