Summer Olympic Coins - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Series 3

Series 3

Year Coin Number Denomination Reverse Design Artist Mintage Issue Price (Encapsulated) Issue Price (Standard Case)
1974 Coin No. 9 Ten Dollars Lacrosse Ken Danby 1,990,570 $15.75 $17.00
1974 Coin No. 10 Five Dollars Canoeing Ken Danby 1,974,939 $8.00 $9.00
1974 Coin No. 11 Ten Dollars Cycling Ken Danby Included in mintage of No. 9 $15.75 $17.00
1974 Coin No. 12 Five Dollars Rowing Ken Danby Included in mintage of No. 10 $8.00 $9.00

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