You still may have some value in your 1968 dollar. There were several variations of this coin, and if you check a recent Canaian Coin Catalogue, you will find out what the varietes are. I have bought these coins for face value, found a doubling of the top water line in front of the canoe, and sold the coin for several dollars on EBay. That one variation is the rarest of several and commands a good price. There is another one with both water lines doubled, one with small island at bow of canoe, one with no island, one with a doubled 8, and maybe more. Of course the condition of the coin helps too. Check the coin out for the variations if you can't get a refund.
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