100th Anniversary of Canada Coin

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Tune out the noise

You can't go around pleasing everybody. If you try to please everybody, you end up pleasing nobody. So at a certain point, you just do your thing and don't worry about the noise.

When your buying metals, it's you, your hard work, and your sacrifice. These things aren't given to you. You go out and work for it. You are in complete control... you decide what coins or rounds to buy, silver or gold.

Now that I am able to tune the other nonsense out, I just feel that I am more productive and happy. And honestly, I never had more fun in stacking.

I came to tell you how rewarding this whole thing has been. When I look at what I have accomplished, I am really swelling with pride looking at my silver and gold. And I can't wait to see what the next couple of years brings. All the other stuff is just noise to me.


1967 Canada Silver Dollar

A circulating silver Commemorative Coin, commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Canada

Reverse: A Canada goose in flight is surrounded with the dates "1867-1967", the face value and the inscription "CANADA". Engraver: Alex Colville

Obverse: The portrait in right profile of Elizabeth II, when she was 39 years old. She is surrounded with the inscription "ELIZABETH II D • G • REGINA" (Elizabeth II, Queen by the grace of God). Designer: Arnold Machin.


These Canada design in coins truly resonates with me.


Source: Numista, Wikipedia

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