So I was doing a bunch of work in my backyard including grading, putting in soil, and seeding...and amongst all the garbage I pulled out of the soil from the last owners, I found a coin.
It's bigger than any standard currency...at first I thought it was a Silver dollar...but I don't see a denomination on it. I tried to clean it, but it looks like she has been in the ground for a few years.
On on side it says OTTAWA CANADA on top with a picture of the House of Commons and below that it says "House of Commons | Chambre des Communes." Then on the other side is features John A. Macdonald with the years he was PM...1867-1873. His face is pronounced on the coin way more than current coins...and by that I mean it sticks out more. And like I said, I don't see a denomination.
Anyways, if anyone has any idea that would be cool. I searched Google for a little bit and found someone on Yahoo Answers asking about the same coin, but there was no answer.