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2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

Available for sale is a 2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. The Coin comes as it came from the mint with box, outer sleeve and is missing the COA. The item in the scan is the item you will be receiving. Please note there is a large crack in the plastic capsule. Please note the coin is missing the COA. The scan/picture will be used as the most accurate “description” of the item. The item “2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship” is in sale since Monday, August 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “canadiannumismaticrarities” and is located in GTA. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

1867-2017 Puzzle Coin Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo Pure Silver Coin

1867-2017 Puzzle Coin Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo Pure Silver Coin

1867-2017 Puzzle Coin Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo Pure Silver Coin

As shown in photo. With all original packaging and paperwork. The item “1867-2017 Puzzle Coin Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo Pure Silver Coin” is in sale since Monday, June 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “coin-cabinet” and is located in moncton, New Brunswick. This item can be shipped worldwide.

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship

Available for sale is a 2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. The Coin comes as it came from the mint with box, outer sleeve and COA Please have a look at the photos closely as the coin is almost 3 dimensional, it looks less like it has been struck and more that it has been etched from a solid piece of silver. The workmanship will have you looking at this coin for hours! The item in the scan is the item you will be receiving. The scan/picture will be used as the most accurate “description” of the item. The item “2008 Confederation Canada Kilo. 9999 Fine Silver Coin $250 With Beautiful Ship” is in sale since Tuesday, February 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “canadiannumismaticrarities” and is located in GTA. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin

Thank s to look at my other items! The item “1867-2017 Canada 150 Confederation $310 1/2-Kilo PURE SILVER PROOF PUZZLE Coin” is in sale since Sunday, March 04, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “odovdo123″ and is located in MontrĂ©al, QC. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, United States, Australia.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

1867-2017 Canada 150 $310 Pure Silver 14-piece Confederation Puzzle Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 $310 Pure Silver 14-piece Confederation Puzzle Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 $310 Pure Silver 14-piece Confederation Puzzle Coin

1867-2017 Canada 150 $310 Pure Silver 14-piece Confederation Puzzle Coin

Like a puzzle, Confederation came together piece by piece, every part clicking into place over time, the end result greater than the sum of its parts. Your 14-piece puzzle coin delivers a unique portrait of Canada that will be the highlight of your distinctive collection! Thirteen pure silver, jigsaw-shaped coins with coloured shields encircle a gold-plated silver coin of Parliament, in the order each province and territory joined Confederationan exceptional keepsake of this historic moment. Then you’ll love this Canada 150 puzzle coin! THE MINT’S FIRST-EVER PUZZLE COIN! Your coin is a numismatic breakthrough in precision craftsmanship beautifully crafted in 99.99% pure silver with selective colour and selective gold plating! Your coin is an unmatched portrait of Canada rich with heraldic artistry, historic prestige, and cutting-edge technology. Your coin is a must-have for dedicated numismatists, history buffs, and anyone seeking to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary with a prestigious collectible that will stand the test of time! Measures an impressive 123.7 mm in diameter of pure silver (99.99%). EACH PIECE LEGAL TENDER! Each piece of your 14-piece puzzle coin features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt! GOLD PLATE SELECTIVELY APPLIED TO CENTRE COIN! On the centre coin only, both the effigy is selectively gold plated, as well as the edge flat. CLOCK INDICATES THE TIME WHEN FIREWORKS USUALLY BEGIN! 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. Your coin is GST/HST exempt with a limited worldwide mintage of 800 coins. Canadian heraldic artist Cathy Bursey-Sabourin has recreated Canada’s 13 provincial and territorial shields on a series of jigsaw pieces that encircle a central coin to create a large, 14-part coin. Each shield is exquisitely coloured and presented in the order each province and territory entered Confederation. A garland of maple leaves visually connects the pieces and carries a ribbon with each province’s and territory’s year of entry into Confederation. The central coin features a selectively gold plated Centre Block of Parliament Hill with the Centennial Flame burning in the foreground. This puzzle coin was inspired by the Centennial Flame featured on the central coin. The Centennial Flame is located just inside the Queen’s Gates in the forecourt of Parliament’s Centre Block. It was originally a temporary installation for Canada’s centennial celebrations in 1967, but became permanent due to its popularity. The basin is made of red Canadian granite and features the bronze armorial bearings, floral emblem and year of entry for each province and territory that was part of Confederation in 1967. The water represents Canada’s three oceans, and the flame burns 365 days a year as a symbolic light to lead Canada into the future. Nunavut is Canada’s youngest territory and was created 32 years after the Centennial, on April 1, 1999. As such, it was not part of the Centennial Flame. Nunavut also distinguishes itself by using a round shield instead of the traditional pointed shield shape. This coin was designed by Canadian heraldic artist Cathy Bursey-Sabourin who has produced the artwork of some of Canada’s most visible emblems. 99.99% pure silver with selective gold plating. 50 dollars + 13 X 20 dollars. Cathy Bursey-Sabourin (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). I do leave feedback for everyone. The item “1867-2017 Canada 150 $310 Pure Silver 14-piece Confederation Puzzle Coin” is in sale since Saturday, September 30, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “coins.4.fun” and is located in Richmond Hill, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
  • Country of Manufacture: Canada
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Certification: Uncertified

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada. Original MINT CONDITION encapsulated with Certificate Authenticity & case/box, etc. The item “2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation” is in sale since Monday, February 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “mario95coin” and is located in Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Grade: PROOF RCM
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Certification: RCM COA
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

2008 Canada $250 One Kilogram Fine Silver Coin Towards Confederation Low CoA#

2008 Canada $250 One Kilogram Fine Silver Coin Towards Confederation Low CoA#

LOW CERTIFICATE NUMBER – #0246 This coin depicts Canada’s diverse Native heritage surrounded by a wreath of maple leaves, the internationally renowned symbol of Canada. The design flows from east to west beginning in 1534, symbolized by a portrait of Jacques Cartier and a cross, claiming the land for France. Just below the portrait is an astrolabe representing explorer Samuel de Champlain. This leads the eye to the centre of the design, which features Lower Fort Garry and the Red River Cart – a means of transportation over land and water. We see the Metis flag featuring the infinity symbol representing the coming together of the two distinct cultures: European and Native. To the lower left of the design are the Voyageurs travelling by canoe over the rapids, representing the development of the fur trade in Canada. Another major Canadian industry is represented by the salmon swimming upstream. Above the Voyageurs are images of David Thompson and Alexander MacKenzie representing the exploration and mapping of Canada to the Pacific coast. Beside MacKenzie is an image of Fort Langley, representing the west coast and trading posts, while above him is an image of the logging industry which used the river system for transportation. The design comes full circle with the image of Province House in Prince Edward Island where the Fathers of Confederation met in 1867. Expedited Parcel w/ Tracking. Expedited Parcel w/ Tracking & Signature. Xpresspost w/ Tracking & Signature. Our hours are Mon to Sat: 9:30am to 6:00pm. Citadel Coins Halifax, Nova Scotia Official Royal Canadian Mint Distributor. The item “2008 Canada $250 One Kilogram Fine Silver Coin Towards Confederation Low CoA#” is in sale since Saturday, June 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “citcns” and is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This item can be shipped worldwide.

2008 Canada $250 Silver Kilogram Coin Towards Confederation See Photos

2008 Canada $250 Silver Kilogram Coin Towards Confederation See Photos

2008 Canada $250 Silver Kilogram Coin Towards Confederation See Photos

2008 Canada $250 Silver Kilogram Coin Towards Confederation See Photos

Towards Confederation – Vancouver 2012. Please see photos for details and for condition. The item in the photos is the item you will receive. Check out my other items. Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland: 13% HST. Prince Edward Island: 14% HST. Nova Scotia: 15% HST. Rest of Canada: 5% GST. The item “2008 Canada $250 Silver Kilogram Coin Towards Confederation See Photos” is in sale since Saturday, May 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “goldsilverguy-nanaimo” and is located in Nanaimo, British Columbia. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States, France, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany.

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2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin

Dynamic movement created by the characters bring this design to life, much like the end credits after each cartoon and the famous line Thats all Folks! . As the star of the show, Bugs Bunny is the centre focus. The other characters are sometimes portrayed as antagonists: theres Wile E. Coyote, Tasmanian Devil, Daffy Duck, and Marvin the Martian. A wonderful collectible for those with a passion for animation and its history. Special features: The coins design brings together several main characters from Looney Tunes cartoons, including Bugs Bunny, Tasmanian Devil, Wile E. Coyote, Daffy Duck and Marvin the Martian. Crafted from 14-karat gold. Finely detailed engraving is enhanced by the use of vibrant colour, exemplifying the craftsmanship and artistry for which the Royal Canadian Mint is renowned. Comes packaged in a premium fire-branded wooden case. In keeping with the playful nature of Looney Tunes, look closely at the coin to find a hidden surprise design element! As part of this special issue, the coin includes an exclusive Looney Tunes pocket watchnot available anywhere else! A sentimental gift for any Looney Tunes fan. About the Design: The coins image, provided by Warner Bros. Brings together some of the principal Looney Tunes characters framed in concentric circles, much like the end credits after each cartoon that were accompanied by the line Thats all Folks! . Beautifully detailed engraving and spectacular colour bring this design to life, with dynamic movement created by the characters as they appear to be emerging from the centre opening. As the star of the’show’, Bugs Bunny is the centre focus; with one hand leaning on the circle, he confidently smiles his wide, buck-toothed grin as his other gloved hand reaches out toward the viewer. Coyote just over Bugs right shoulder, as he looks off the side and waves a closed fist in the air; above him stands Tasmanian Devil with his arms raised and mouth open; next to him is Daffy, who bears an expression of defiant outrage as he also stands with fists clenched; finally, theres the calmly villainous space character known as Marvin the Martian, who lifts his thumb up as he scrutinizes something in the distance. Packaging: Your coin is encapsulated, and presented in a premium fire-branded wooden case with graphic beauty box. The pictures are computer images. The coin come as issued incl. My asking price is very low. Here is further information taken from the Royal Canadian Mint website. On July 1, 1927, the Dominion of Canada marked 60 years of progress under the banner of Confederation. Festivities across the country offered proof of a strengthening sense of national pride and identitya spirit beautifully preserved in a table medal from the by-gone era: the Diamond Jubilee of the Confederation of Canada Medal. Re-created here on the coin’s reverse, the medal’s Art Deco-inspired design makes it a stunning part of Canada’s medallic history. On the 150th anniversary of Confederation, we pay tribute to a tradition of celebration with a tribute to this artefact from another historic yearthe year of Canada’s Diamond Jubilee! AN EXQUISITE TRIBUTE TO CANADA’S FIRST ARTIFACT! FIRST COIN IN NEW SERIES! Pure silver coin is the first in a series of three important historical pieces commemorating Canadian Confederation. Each medal features a landmark along the path of Canadian history. Canadian Confederation of 1867. The 1927 Diamond Jubilee of Canadian Confederation. The 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation in 2017. A TRULY DESIRABLE PIECE OF MEDALLIC CANADIAN HISTORY! The 1867 Confederation Medal became one of the rare early symbols of the Dominion of Canada. Prestigious and sought-after since it was issued, it has been coveted by collectors as a truly desirable piece of medallic Canadian history! PAST AND PRESENT SHINE TOGETHER! This stunning piece combines the greatest artistry at the time of Confederation with our world-class modern craftsmanship. We scoured our archives for the original dies, ensuring that every detail and nuance of the original 1867 design has been faithfully incorporated into this landmark 150th anniversary adaptation. As well, your coin was struck with the same impressive 76 mm diameter and bold high relief design as the original 1867 version! This double-effigy obverse commemorates Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, our current sovereign, and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, the sovereign at the time of Confederation. Also, look for their Royal Cyphers! INCLUDES CANADA 150 BRANDING! The official CANADA 150 branding on your packaging is a reminder of Canada’s special year! 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. OWN A RARE PIECE OF CANADIAN HISTORY! Only 1,000 coins will be made available worldwide. Hurry and order yours today before they are all gone! 10-OUNCE 99.99% PURE SILVER COIN! Your coin is GST/HST exempt! Your coin is a faithful tribute to the table medal’s original design by world-renowned engravers J. Wyon of London, England. Inspired by the rich medallic traditions of the 16th century, the design features allegorical representations of Great Britain and the fledgling Dominion of Canada. Great Britain’s timeless allegory, is peacefully seated and is adorned with a helmet and armour. She holds a trident on her right as a shield ornamented with the Royal Union Flag rests on her side. A lion, the stalwart symbol of Great Britain, is seated at. Feet and is resting its head on her knees. Is presenting a figurative representation of the British North American Act that reads CONFEDERATION. The CONFEDERATION scroll is being bestowed upon four young maidens, who gaze cherishingly upon the matronly. The maidens represent the four original provinces in the British North America Act (clockwise from the top): Ontario with a sickle and sheaf symbolizing agriculture; Quebec holding a canoe paddle that represented commerce of the era; Nova Scotia with a shovel representing its rich mining; and New Brunswick with an axe, a representation of forestry. The design also features the Latin adage. JUVENTAS ET PATRIUS VIGOR. Or YOUTH AND PATRIOTIC STRENGTH, as was presented on the original design in 1867. While the obverse of the original 1867 medal featured the single effigy of Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch at the time of Confederation, the obverse of this new coin features the dual effigies of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt and Queen Victoria by Leonard Charles Wyon. The obverse also includes the cypher used by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and the cypher that was used by Queen Victoria. Each cypher is ensigned with a crown depicted in a style specifically used by each monarch. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a Canada 150 beauty box. A lion, the stalwart symbol of Great Britain, is seated at Britannia’s feet and is resting its head on her knees. Britannia is presenting a figurative representation of the British North American Act that reads CONFEDERATION. The CONFEDERATION scroll is being bestowed upon four young maidens, who gaze cherishingly upon the matronly Britannia. The design also features the Latin adage JUVENTAS ET PATRIUS VIGOR , or YOUTH AND PATRIOTIC STRENGTH, as was presented on the original design in 1867. Please note that this can take more than a month. International Buyers – Please Note. Any questions – please ask for purchasing. Thank you for your interest! The item “2017 Canada 1867 Confederation Medal Juventas et Patrius Vigor 10 oz Silver Coin” is in sale since Friday, May 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “omxfl” and is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Composition: Silver
  • Material: Silver
  • Year: 2017
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Certification Number: n/a

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE

Pure Silver Coin: Canadian Confederation Medals: JUVENTAS ET PATRIUS VIGOR: The 1867 Confederation Medal. On July 1, 1927, the Dominion of Canada marked 60 years of progress under the banner of Confederation. Festivities across the country offered proof of a strengthening sense of national pride and identitya spirit beautifully preserved in a table medal from the by-gone era: the Diamond Jubilee of the Confederation of Canada Medal. Re-created here on the coin’s reverse, the medal’s Art Deco-inspired design makes it a stunning part of Canada’s medallic history. On the 150th anniversary of Confederation, we pay tribute to a tradition of celebration with a tribute to this artefact from another historic yearthe year of Canada’s Diamond Jubilee! AN EXQUISITE TRIBUTE TO CANADA’S FIRST ARTIFACT! Your coin is a faithful tribute to the table medal’s original design by world-renowned engravers J. Wyon of London, England. Inspired by the rich medallic traditions of the 16th century, the design features allegorical representations of Great Britain and the fledgling Dominion of Canada. Britannia, Great Britain’s timeless allegory, is peacefully seated and is adorned with a helmet and armour. She holds a trident on her right as a shield ornamented with the Royal Union Flag rests on her side. A lion, the stalwart symbol of Great Britain, is seated at Britannia’s feet and is resting its head on her knees. Britannia is presenting a figurative representation of the British North American Act that reads CONFEDERATION. The CONFEDERATION scroll is being bestowed upon four young maidens, who gaze cherishingly upon the matronly Britannia. The maidens represent the four original provinces in the British North America Act (clockwise from the top): Ontario with a sickle and sheaf symbolizing agriculture; Quebec holding a canoe paddle that represented commerce of the era; Nova Scotia with a shovel representing its rich mining; and New Brunswick with an axe, a representation of forestry. The design also features the Latin adage JUVENTAS ET PATRIUS VIGOR, or YOUTH AND PATRIOTIC STRENGTH, as was presented on the original design in 1867. While the obverse of the original 1867 medal featured the single effigy of Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch at the time of Confederation, the obverse of this new coin features the dual effigies of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt and Queen Victoria by Leonard Charles Wyon. The obverse also includes the cypher used by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and the cypher that was used by Queen Victoria. Each cypher is ensigned with a crown depicted in a style specifically used by each monarch. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a Canada 150 beauty box. Composition: 99.99% pure silver. Weight (g): 311.54. Diameter (mm): 76.25. Face value: 100 dollars. Wyon (reverse), Susanna Blunt and Leonard Charles Wyon (obverse). The item “1867- 2017 Canada 10 oz Pure Silver Coin The 1867 Confederation Medal. PRE-SALE” is in sale since Monday, March 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Commemorative”. The seller is “kiemss” and is located in Edmonton, AB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Year: 2017
  • Certification: RCM
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada