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Purchase a 2010 Banff National Park 250th Anniversary Silver Kilo coin at the lowest price guaranteed, from our online store!

As an international UNESCO world heritage Banff is renowned for its stunning beauty and vast mountainous landscapes. When natural hot springs were discovered in the area in 1885, a decision was made to promote and preserve this region as an international resort and spa in order to support transcontinental railway, which was established in 1880. This area increased from 26 squared kilometres to 673 by 1887, and became Canada’s first national park. Banff is now globally recognized as one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, with around 4 million visitors a year. This rich and elaborate history is celebrated on this 1 kg 9999 pure silver coin.

The coins revrese side displays all the essential characteristics of this mountainous region, including a Chateau, railway system, settlers, skiers, explorers and hikers, and mountains all expertly indented and etched within. The illustration is unmarred by text, with the exception of “Canada” and “1885-2010”.

On the obverse, the modernized bust of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Jody Clark can be seen. The bust is encapsulated by the Queen’s title, the year of issue, and its $250 denominational value.

The spectacular and diversified beauty is captured with stunning accuracy with this bullion coin. Celebrate Banff, and build your wealth in ounces with this 1 kilogram 2010 Banff National Park 250th anniversary coin today!

The certificate is not present with this coin.

Lightly Used
Royal Canadian Mint
CAD 250
Susanna Blunt (obverse)
The words "Elizabeth II 250 Dollars D.G. Regina 2010" and the Susanna Blunt Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II
Various activities from Banff national Park.
1 kilogram