The Bricklin SV-1:A radical, safety-conscious sports car
During the 1970s, Saint John, New Brunswick, was the automotive capital of the world as it began producing the gull-winged wonder known as the Bricklin. Looking very much like Italy's Maserati (but at a fraction of the cost), the Bricklin promised to deliver performance and safety innovations that were years ahead of its time. Plans were ambitious but short-lived - Bricklin Canada closed its doors after producing just 2,854 cars.
Face Value: 20 dollars
Composition: .925 Silver, .075 Copper
Weight (g): 31.103
Diameter (mm): 38.0
Edge: Interrupted Serration