Beginning with the 1945 silver dollar, a more brilliant appearance was achieved. This resulted from the use of chromium-plated coinage dies. For previous issues unplated dies with a rougher surface had been used.
The face has the uncrowned portrait of George VI designed by T. H. Paget. The reverse has the voyageur design by Emanuel Hahn.
Mintage was 38,391 with a composition of .800 silver, .200 copper with a reeded edge.
This is classed as a VF30. Another great addition.