In 2014, the Royal Canadian Mint will be kicking off a new biannual series as a follow-up to their very popular wildlife series: the Birds of Prey. The first issue, released in February, focuses on the peregrine falcon. There will be a total of four different Canadian bird of prey designs released in two years. With the .9999-fine Silver purity, face value CAD 5, articulate bird design and low mintage, the Canadian Birds of Prey 1 oz Silver Coins are sure to be a hit with bullion enthusiasts and coin collectors alike.
The flower immortalized as the fleur-de-lys symbol of Quebec is not a lily, as many people believe, but Iris versicolor —the Blue Flag Iris. Canada’s most ubiquitous native iris, and the provincial flower of Quebec, the showy Blue Flag adorns wetlands, meadows, and shorelines from Manitoba to Newfoundland and is a perennial favourite of Canadian gardeners. A stunning flower design with three Swarovski elements. Continue reading
Gold coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce, 50 Canada Dollars. Fine gold .9999, weight 31.10g, diameter 30mm.
The 2013 Silver North American Pronghorn Antelope is the focus of the fifth 1 oz bullion coin issued in the Royal Canadian Mint’s Wildlife Series. The design depicts a pronghorn Antelope walking across a grassy vista. Each Wildlife Series coin is limited to a mintage of 1 million coins, which adds to their appeal and collectibility.
Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31.10g, diameter 38mm