> I have 2 1976 Queen II Gold (1/2 oz. each), and was wondering
> if there is a premium for them?
> The coinbs are both mint shape, with certificates and cases.
> These coins have a face value of 100 dollars and were issued by
> the Cdn. Mint to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Queen Elizabth's
> 25th year as Queen.
I'm not 100% sure what coins you have. You said 1976, but you also said
"gold jubilee". There was a "Silver Jubilee" Commemorative in 1977. If
this is what you have, it will have a bunch of flowers on the reverse.
It was only minted in Proof as far as I know, and had mintage of "only"
180,396, about half the Olympic coin in proof. If this is the coin you
have, it may be worth a bit more--say $150-$200 Canadian--because of its
attractiveness...if you find a willing buyer.
On the other hand, if you have on the reverse a walking *** man next to
a posed lady in a long gown, and there is some Greek-looking writing at
the bottom, then you do indeed have the more common and unfortunately
less desirable Olympic issue of 1976.
I am curious about this, and would like to know what the outcome is.