Now lets just back up a little here. In 1966 only one 1967 special R.C. mint set was issued, the $20 gold specimen case set. Now in 1967 the second special case coin set was issued for the America ( United States ) market, with no $20 gold coin, it was issued with a sterling silver medallion designed and modeled by Thomas Shingles. The medallion silver set was in the red leather covered case contained one of each 1c to $1 and the medallion, all of " proof-like finish. The medallion had no value except for the silver content in it so ... a large number of them were melted down for the silver, during these recent years the price of silver has soared over $30. Today the 1967 medallion is selling for $12 to $15 (sterling silver).
Before I add my "two cents"on the subject I would like to ask some questions:
How many times had the Royal Canadian Mint issued a medallion in a proof set, before 1967?? ..... a good question.
Is there Token & medallion collectors out there??