The Canadian Centennial Rifle and Carbine were made in 1967. My Standard Catalog of Firearms lists a value of $395 for either, but that is WITH the box. Without the box, it should be valued as a shooter, and the Blue Book of Gun Values suggests $275 for a 100% post-64 rifle but says add 20% for pre-1992, making it $330. However; I own one and I think it's worth close to $2500. It is a very beautiful rifle!
if the Canadian Centennial Quarter was made within the timeline of 1873-1973 it is still only worth 25 cents.
one really cheap hooker
It's a common date, currently worth $5 for the silver.
its worth bout a 1.50
It's worth about $2.50 for the silver it contains.
There are no such things as 1967 Canadian Olympic coins. Perhaps you are thinking of Centennial coins?
If it's been in circulation it's only worth face value to maybe 10 cents. Huge numbers of these coins were minted for the Centennial celebration.
That's the Canadian centennial quarter, currently worth about $5 for the silver.
That's a Canadian centennial nickel from 1967. It's currently worth about 7 cents for the metal content.
It is worth 1 cent. I know it seems that it should be worth more, but because there were so many made it isn't.
So many Centennial coins were saved that unless your coin is in a proof set, it's only worth face value.