This extraordinary coin beautifully captures the spirit of Canada, from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic Ocean, symbolizing the unity and diversity that makes this country so special. It is crafted from 5 kilograms of pure silver, making it not just a collector's item, but also a valuable investment. This once is an especially neat piece as it is serial 11. What truly sets this coin apart is its rarity.With a limited mintage of only 100 pieces worldwide, this coin represents an exclusive opportunity to own a piece of Canadian history. Each coin is delivered in its original packaging from the Royal Canadian Mint, ensuring its authenticity and perfect condition. We have included a photo with a 1 cent coin to show how incredibly impressive the 5 kilo is. Whether you're a seasoned numismatist or a precious metal investor, this coin is a magnificent addition to any collection or portfolio. Its historical significance, artistic value, and the inherent worth of the silver make it a highly desirable asset. Don't miss this chance to own a unique piece of Canada's heritage and artistic prowess. This coin is a must-have for anyone passionate about collecting or investing in precious metals.
Secure this rare treasure today. This coin contains 5000 Grams of. 999 Fine Silver for a total of 160.75 oz of Pure Silver.A little more about the history of the coin. Your 500-dollar coin is 99.99% pure silver, with a diameter of 180 millimetres and a nominal metal weight of 5,000 grams. To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, Canadian artist Steve Hepburn designed a collage of iconic Canadian images that represent the nation from east to west andto the north. The stirring collage captures Canada's spirit and character in 2017. These quintessentially Canadian images come together seamlessly to provide a one-of-a-kind, cross-country journey that speaks of the essence and uniqueness of Canada, our beloved home and native land. " Your coin is also engraved with the words "CANADA" and "150 YEARS/ANS The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt, along with the coin's date, weight, purity, and denomination. The scan/picture will be used as the most accurate "description" of the item.