The Canadian Silver Dollar Boxed Set contains three beautiful coins issued by the Royal Canadian Mint. A 1960's Canadian Silver Voyageur Dollar, a 1967 Canadian Silver Dollar Flying Goose and a 1958 Canadian Silver Dollar Totem Pole are securely housed in a handsome 8 1/2 by 5 inch wood box with a glass top for your viewing pleasure. The 1960's Voyageur Silver Dollar reverse design was sculpted by Emanuel Hahn and portrays a voyageur and an aboriginal paddling a birch-bark canoe. The 1967 Flying Goose Silver Dollar, a one year only design, was issued to to celebrate Canada's 100th anniversary as a country. The silver coin was designed by Alex Colville and Myron Cook. The 1958 Totem Pole Silver Dollar was issued to commemorate the centennial of British Columbia and features the raven portion of a Native American totem pole. The 1958 silver commemorative was designed by Stephen Trenka. All three coins are of .800 fine silver. The diameter for each coin is 36mm. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.