1 oz 2017 Canadian 150th Special Edition Voyageur Gold Coin | Damaged Certicard
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Order your 1 oz 2017 Canadian 150th Special Edition Voyageur Gold Coin from our store today at the best price anywhere on the web! This .9999 fine gold coin celebrates the 150 year anniversary of Canadian Confederation and boasts a first ever denomination for a Gold bullion coin of $150.
The reverse image, designed by famed Canadian sculptor, Emanuel Hahn, is surrounded by a lustrous, wide rim of precise radial lines, exclusively cut by the Royal Canadian Mint, for added security. The relief pays tribute to Canada’s founding fur trade. A canoe, bearing the voyageur and his guide follows the shoreline of untamed Canada; it’s loaded with furs due for trade with the iconic Hudson Bay Company, whose seal is visible on the bounty.
The obverse of the coin features Queen Elizabeth II’s profile, designed by Susanna Blunt, as well as the unique denomination of 150 dollars. The original release of the 1935 coin, boasting identical imagery, was a tribute to King George V at his Silver Jubilee.
The 1 oz 2017 Canadian 150th Special Edition Voyageur Gold Coin is a celebration of Canadian pride and revives the country’s first every domestic coin design. Enhance your Gold holdings today with the industrious spirit that brought the beautiful nation of Canada to life.
- Ships individually in protective packaging
- Consisting of 1 oz of 9999 Fine Gold
- Reverse: Features the depiction of fur traders sailing on a canoe under lines representing the northern lights, the inscription "150 YEARS", a privy mark, inscriptions of the country of issue, the year of release along with metal type, weight and purity
- Obverse: Features an effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, her name and titles along with the 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.
The certicard on this coin is damaged, although the coin is in mint state.
|Royal Canadian Mint|
|Susanna Blunt (obverse)|
|Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the words "Elizabeth II 150 Dollars 2017"|
|Image of the Emmanuel Hahn engraving first used on the 1935 silver dollar encircled by radial lines and the words "Canada 2017 Fine Gold 1 oz Or Pur 9999 150 Years Ans"|