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The RCM is famous for turning to the wildlife of the nation for inspiration in the design of its coin images. The Canadian Wildlife Series was among the first to popularize the nations wild creatures, and now a new coin series offers a new glimpse at some of the great creatures of Canada. Now, the 1.5 oz $8 Canadian Silver Polar Bear and Cub coin can be sold to Cash For Any Coins.
- 3RD coin in the 1.5 oz Canadian Wildlife Series!
- Contains 1.5 oz of .9999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of $8 (CAD) backed by the Canadian government.
- Designed by Maurice Gervais.
- Features a polar bear and its cub.
These 1.5 oz Canadian Silver Polar Bear and Cub coins are the third in the new 1.5 oz Canadian Wildlife Series from the Royal Canadian Mint. The first coin was released in 2013 and featured a similar image of a lone adult polar bear on the frozen tundra. The second coin, released in 2014, featured the arctic fox.
Each of the 1.5 oz Canadian Silver Polar Bear and Cub coins in this Cash For Any Coins can be sold to us in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. BU coins are highlighted by their lack of wear and tear, though you may notice breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or contact marks from the striking process.
The reverse face of the coin features an adult polar bear guiding its young cub across the open tundras of Canadas arctic region. Engravings identify the nation of issue, purity of the coin, and its metal content and weight.
On the obverse you’ll find the familiar right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt, it has featured on countless Canadian coins in the past 12 years.
The Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1908 to process the increasing volume of gold and silver coming from the Yukon Territories. Today it is one of the finest mints in the world, operating facilities in Ottawa and Winnipeg.
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