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As defined by Royal Canadian Mint Alex ReevesSo who is right, the customer with the legal tender coin or the banks who kept rejecting it?
They’re both correct, says Royal Canadian Mint Alex Reeves.
He explains all coins produced by the mint are legal tender – meaning they can be exchanged for goods or services at face value – but only circulating legal tender can be readily spent and traded at business and banks.
Legal Tender. Anything you're exchanging for good's and services. at the "face value" of it. like you have bread, i have bannana, we trade. that is as legal as these coins are
If i don't want your bannna, at $100 cause sobeys has the same bannnas for $23. I goto sobeys. or if you want i can hold your bannanas 6 months and find someoone who will pay $100 to me for them or more. and then i will give you $100 , after i sell them and get 6 months interest on it.
has anyone in these forums, sucessfully got more then silver price value of the day for any coin from a pawn shop, bank, anywhere by this pyramid scheme of coin collectors?Managers at the RBC branch Fokine visited have arranged to meet with him to discuss the coin. And by Wednesday afternoon Fokine says CIBC had offered to convert the coin to cash, but only after keeping it on hold for six months.