The Canadian 1967 double date coin is worth a minimum of 2 cents due to the metal content of the coin. Depending on the condition of the coin, a circulated coin may be valued at between 25 cents and 45 cents.
Uncirculated coins are worth considerably more, usually between $5 and $95. Prices may fluctuate at any time due to relative scarcity and other factors.
The double date coin was struck in commemoration of Canada's 100th birthday as a nation. It features a right profile of Queen Elizabeth II at age 39 by engraver Arnold Machin on the obverse and a bird by engraver Alex Colville on the reverse. The coin is composed of 98 percent copper.