1 oz 2012 Canadian Moose Silver Coin
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The limited-edition, 2012-dated Moose is the fourth of a six-coin series of silver bullion coins celebrating Canada's Wildlife. It is limited to a mintage of one million coins.
The moose has long been a popular symbol of the beautiful landscapes of Canada but a little known fact is that the bull actually sheds and re-grows his majestic antlers every single year, thanks to one of the fastest bone growth rates of any animal on the planet. Celebrate the wonders of Canada’s diverse fauna and diversify your holdings with a 1 oz 2014 Canadian Moose silver coin today.
The reverse design of 2012 "Moose" silver bullion coin is the work of Senior Mint Engraver William Woodruff and its obverse features the Susanna Blunt effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
These coins are in mint condition without tarnish or milk spots as we have noticed on many other 1 oz 2012 Canadian Moose Silver Coins.
- Ships individually in a protective plastic sleeve
- Consisting of 1 oz of 9999 Fine Silver
- Reverse: Features the depiction of a front-facing bull moose, the country's of issue name along with metal weight, type, and purity
- Obverse: Features an effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, her name, the year of release along with legal tender value of the coin
The Royal Canadian Mint is known as one of the most reputable mints in the world. The Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint opened in 1908 and was renamed The Royal Canadian Mint in 1931 when control was transferred to the Canadian government. The Royal Canadian Mint is renowned for producing some of the highest quality and purity of gold and silver bullion coins and bars in the world. Their high standards for excellence and quality allowed them to be the first refinery to manufacture 9999 fine gold bullion coins in 1982, as well as the first to reach 99999 fine gold purity in 1999.
In multiples of 25 these coins will be shipped in a plastic tube.
|Royal Canadian Mint|
|Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II (designed by portrait artist Susanna Blunt)|
|Majestic moose standing in tall grass (design by Senior Mint Engraver William Woodruff)|