1/2 Kilogram Pure Silver Coin – Elk 157633
Categories: Numismatics 2017, Precious Metals, Numismatics, New Arrivals
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! THE FOURTH AND FINAL COIN! FINELY DETAILED ENGRAVING! Large diameter (85 mm) is a fitting canvas! Order today!
The bugling call of the elk (or wapiti) is a telltale sign of fall in the western Canadian wilderness. During the rut, the male’s high-pitched bellows seem to resonate across the landscape, filling the crisp autumn air. The bull’s loudest vocalizations make his presence known—a distinctive call of the wild that serves as a show of strength and vitality among this species, beautifully captured on this stunning fine silver coin.
A gorgeous coin to add to your already stunning silver collection. Order today!
HANDPOLISHED TO PROOF PERFECTION! Each engraved detail shines against the mirror-like background.
STUNNING SENSE OF TEXTURE AND DIMENSION! Your coin’s large diameter (85 mm) is a fitting canvas for the second-largest member of the deer family and allows for outstanding detail work that adds a stunning sense of texture and dimension to this wildlife portrait!
FOURTH AND FINAL COIN IN THE SERIES! Back by popular demand, this is the fourth and final coin in the Call of the Wild Series!
INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE! The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Most of these are serialized certifications, meaning that each certificate is given a unique number, starting at 1.
1/2 KILOGRAM PURE SILVER COIN! Your coin is GST/HST exempt!
WOODEN DISPLAY CASE! Your coin is beautifully packaged in a wooden case that provides for an elegant presentation.
LOW MINTAGE: Only 650 coins will be made worldwide.
|Artist||Pierre Leduc (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)|
|Composition||99.99% pure silver|
2017 $10 FINE SILVER COIN ￼BIRDS AMONG NATURE’S COLOURS: TUFTED TITMOUSE ￼- 156234DESIGN The reverse design by Canadian artist Derek C. Wicks features a pair of tufted titmice that are delicately perched on the branch stubs of a flourishing birch tree. Facing the opposite direction, one titmouse presents its side profile while the other has its head turned for a three-quarter view of its meticulously engraved features—from the pointed crest atop each bird’s head to their expressive facial features. Selective colour highlights the bright summer tints of a yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis), whose bronze bark complements the yellow-green leaves.$50.06 Add to cart