The Canadian currency the Voyageur dollar started to be in circulation in 1935 and it was produced until 1986.
Although no series is currently produced except for a few commemoratives it is still legal tender and currency of payment.
Although initially was composed of 80% silver, a smaller version of nickel was also produced. The reverse side depicts significant elements of Canadian History: the pine tree battered by a strong wind, the Northern Lights, a fur trader and an Indigenous man in a canoe, a cosmopolitan carrying goods, symbolising the commercial origin of the nation.
Perfect as an investment object, this currency has a strong symbolic value for the history and past it brings. Very popular and demanded by the lovers of Numismatics, with a very limited mintage, makes this coin even more remarkable.