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What is the value of a 1967 Canadian coin collection with the $20 gold coin?

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As of 2014, the 1967 Canadian Centennial seven-coin proof set is worth about $736, according to Apmex. The collection is anchored by the Coat of Arms $20 face value coin, which bears an actual gold weight of 0.5288 troy ounces.

The other coins that comprise the collection are the Soaring Dove Penny, the Racing Rabbit Nickel, the Swimming Mackerel Dime, the Running Bobcat Quarter, the Howling Wolf Half Dollar and the Flying Goose Dollar, with the obverse of each coin featuring Queen Elizabeth II. A total of 337,688 of the sets were minted to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's independence.

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