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Daily Archives: September 21, 2023
Much has changed since 1988, when the Silver Maple Leaf (SML) was first introduced to the world. Thirty-five years later, Canada’s bullion maple leaf appears untouched by time on our coins, where its beauty has been enhanced by different finishes and technologies over the years-including Ultra High Relief, as seen on this 99.99% pure silver collectible. On the coin’s reverse, selective gold plating adds a celebratory gleam to the SML on its 35. Anniversary, and highlights the 1.4 mm peak relief height first introduced on the 2022 UHR SML. A UHR SML with gold plating to mark a 35. The follow-up to the first UHR SML. Like the first Ultra High Relief (UHR) Silver Maple Leaf (SML) issued in 2022, this 2023 collector piece is crafted in 1 oz. Of 99.99% pure silver and features Ultra High Relief on its reverse, where the SML design rises to an incredible height. The reverse features a peak relief height of 1.4 mm-higher than a typical 1 oz. SML, which celebrates its 35. The SML is one of our most popular annual offerings and it tends to sell out quickly. Mintage is limited to 8,000 worldwide. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a black Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with a black beauty box. 99.99% pure silver with yellow gold plating. Walter Ott (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). I do leave feedback for everyone.
Edward’s Crown – Pure 1oz Silver Coin. While the Imperial Crown is most often worn by the monarch for formal events, it is the St. Edward’s Crown that is most revered and worn only once by each monarch on their coronation day. Edward’s Crown have been used to crown English and British monarchs at their coronations since the 11th century. The current crown was made in 1661 for King Charles II, and it was last used for the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on June 2, 1953. The main coin design features an artistic representation of the front cross pattée from the St. Edward’s Crown bordered by a row of beads. The gold-plated embellishment is studded with coloured glass stones that stand in for some of the coronation crown’s many gemstones. With its long history and important function, St. Edward’s crown is considered to be the most treasured of all the Royal Jewels. The crown is composed of a solid gold frame set with 444 precious and semi-precious stones, including amethysts, aquamarines, garnet, peridot, rubies, topazes, tourmalines and sapphires. Similar to the medieval crown that inspired its design, the St. Edward’s Crown is distinguished by four crosses pattée (like the one featured on this coin), four fleurs-de-lis and gold bead-adorned arches that surround the ermine-trimmed velvet cap. Edward’s Crown with glass stone embellishments. Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II. The Brilliant Uncirculated Silver Dollar Coin comes encapsulated with box and COA. Face Value: 20 Dollar. Presentation case (box): Yes. Black clamshell with black beauty box. Weight range: 1 Troy oz.
AB: 5%, BC 5%, MB 5%, NB 13%, NL 15%, NT 5%, NS 15%, NU 5%, ON 13%, PEI 14%, QC 5%, SK 5% and YT 5%.