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Singing is an integral part of First Nations cultures throughout North America -so integral in fact, that many Aboriginal languages don’t have a word for’music. People sing day or night to thank Mother Earth for all her gifts; to express love; to heal the sick; to ask for a successful hunt; to seek guidance. Renowned Canadian artist Andy Everson has created this coin’s bold and unique representation of a singing moon. The moon lights up the night sky as it sends its melodic voice in all four directions as depicted by the four oblong shapes positioned along its circumference. In response, the stars twinkle and dance, as represented by the dots and round contours between the oblong shapes. Every curve and detail is imbued with the rich artistic traditions of the K’ómoks and Kwakwaka’wakw First Nations in British Columbia. FIRST TIME EVER set featuring three finishes (proof, antique and colour enamel)-an original and captivating showcase of different visual effects to express one theme. Antique patina and colour enamel are painstakingly applied by hand. Each coin is struck in ultra-high relief with extra-deep contours that have been carved into the coin’s surface and can only be achieved through additional strikes and extensive hand-crafting and polishing. Features an original design by renowned Canadian artist Andy Everson of the K’ómoks and Kwakwaka’wakw First Nations in British Columbia. An exceptional celebration of First Nations art and heritage. Composition 99.99% pure silver. Mintage 3,000. Weight (g) 30.76. Diameter (mm) 36.15. Artist Andy Everson. Packaging Wooden clamshell with black beauty box. Finished size 200 mm x 98.4 mm. Customers located in MANITOBA, CANADA!!!! Please DO NOT hit pay it now until a revised invoice can be generated and sent to you.
NOTE WHITE SPOT IN FIRST PIC IS A FLASH OUT, ITS NOT THERE. Comes In Original Packaging With COA As Received From The Royal Canadian Mint. The Items In Photos Are What You Will Receive, Please Looks At All The Pictures. Composition – 99.99% pure silver. Finish – proof with color. Weight (g) – 62.67 2 troy oz. Diameter (mm) – 54.
Features the iconic scene when humanity first set foot on the Moon! Order your coin today. 50 years ago, humanity left Earth’s exosphere and landed the first humans on the Moon. 50 years ago, humanity imprinted the first footstep on the surface of our natural satellite. Now, we look back on this day as a milestone in human history, literally reaching for the stars. While the United States launched and landed the spacecraft, Canadians also have every reason to celebrate. In fact, many don’t know that the landing gear for the Apollo 11 Lunar Module was designed by the Canadian company, Héroux-Devtek. Technically, Canadian technology was the first object of Apollo 11′s mission to touch the Moon! Canada’s Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, along with other world leaders, sent messages of goodwill for this historic mission. These messages appear on a silicone disc about the size of a US 50-cent coin that was left on the lunar surface. He wrote, Man has reached out and touched the tranquil moon. Puisse ce haut fait permettre à l’homme de redécouvrir la Terre et d’y trouver la paix. May that high accomplishment allow man to rediscover the Earth and find peace. Your 99.99% pure silver coin celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing! Your coin has a convex shape, rounding the Moon to make it more tangible. The Apollo 11 Moon landing is a defining event in humanity’s history and a landmark in Canadian engineering. Your coin is marked with the memorable dates “1969″ and “2019″ and “50 years/ans” that have passed since the event. LANDING GEAR FROM QUÉBEC! Héroux-Devtek, the Canadian company that contributed to the successful landing of the Apollo 11, is located in Longueuil – a suburb of Montréal, Québec. DESIGNED BY AN ONTARIAN! While the developing company is located in Québec, the primary designer behind the first moon landing gear was the Canadian engineer, Owen Maynard, born in Sarnia, Ontario. 50 years may not seem that long ago in history. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. 99.99% PURE SILVER COIN. Designed by Canadian artist Tony Bianco, your coin features the iconic scene when humanity first set foot on the Moon, with the landing module towering in the background. It is marked with the memorable dates “1969″ and “2019″ and “50 years/ans” that have passed since the event. The message of peace written by Pierre Elliott Trudeau on a tiny silicone disk that was left on the Moon also appears on the edge of the coin. The design features a rounded, convex shape reminiscent of the Moon. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with a black beauty box. 99.99% pure silver. Tony Bianco (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse).
Composition: 99.99% pure silver with selective gold plating. Weight: 62.69 g.
Preserved for posterity: The symbol of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign in 99.99% pure silver. One of the most recognizable symbols of a historic reign, the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II was the monarch’s identifier, and most Canadians are used to seeing it imprinted in the insignia of orders, decorations, medals and badges. The personal device of Queen Elizabeth II was synonymous with the Crown and served as a symbol of Sovereignty in Canada for 70 years. It has been re-created and forever preserved on this black rhodium plated 99.99% pure silver tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, the keeper of continuity who also advanced the monarchy into the modern age. A solemn black rhodium-plated 99.99% pure silver tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. The symbol of a reign. Crafted in 1 oz. 99.99% pure silver, this collector’s item features Queen Elizabeth II’s Royal Cypher, one of the most recognizable symbols of a historic reign. The four largest shapes represent the different effigies that have appeared on Canadian coinage throughout the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Every numismatic coin in the Queen Elizabeth II’s Reign collection comes packaged with a special beauty box. Mintage is limited to 15,000 coins worldwide. Homage to the crown. On your coin’s reverse, the royal cypher is framed by shapes resembling the gold beads and clusters of stones that adorn St. Edward’s Crown, the crown used at the moment of coronation. This is the crown that is depicted in Queen Elizabeth II’s cypher. Your coin is plated with black rhodium as a symbol of mourning. The only glimpse of silver is on the obverse, where the contrast between the silver effigies and the black rhodium plating keeps the focus on Queen Elizabeth II. Marked by a small Tudor rose, the tribute obverse combines the four different effigies that have graced Canadian coins since Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953. This obverse is only featured on the collector coins in the Queen Elizabeth II’s Reign collection. Composition 99.99% pure silver with selective black rhodium plating. Weight 31.39 g. Packaging Black clamshell with special graphic beauty box. Cyphers have been used by British monarchs since the reign of Henry VIII. For her cypher, Queen Elizabeth II favoured a stylized representation of St. Edward’s Crown-the official coronation crown dating from the coronation of King Charles II in 1661-over the Tudor Crown. Named after Saint Edward the Confessor, St. Edward’s Crown was made for the coronation of King Charles II in 1661 and continues to serve as the coronation crown. Its design is based on the original medieval crown that had been melted down by the Parliamentarians in 1649. Due to its hefty weight (2.23 kilograms), St. Edward’s Crown is traditionally carried (not worn) during the coronation procession and remains on the altar until the moment of coronation. Fully plated with black rhodium, the reverse features the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II, which combines her initials’E II’ (Elizabeth II) with her title initial’R’ (for Regina, or’Queen’ in Latin) and an image of St. The cypher is framed by shapes resembling the gold beads and clusters of stones that adorn St. Edward’s Crown; the four larger shapes represent the different effigies that have graced Canadian coinage since 1953.
A growling grizzly bear in Ultra High Relief-a commanding example of a portrait of strength from Canada’s wilderness. Few North American species are as revered as the enigmatic grizzly bear. A long-time symbol of strength and of our wild spaces, Ursus arctos horribilis has the reputation of being a skilled hunter, a resourceful scavenger and a fiercely protective mother. Grizzly bears prefer to remain out of sight in Canada’s western forests and Arctic tundra, but when it does come into view, this strong and intelligent creature instantly commands all our attention and respect-especially when its likeness is captured in Ultra High Relief (UHR) and in 99.99% pure silver, as seen on this coin. Marvel at this fine silver UHR portrait of strength in the wilds of Canada. Stunning Ultra High Relief (UHR). The Ultra High Relief height of 1.4 mm brings outstanding height and depth to this meticulously engraved portrait of the grizzly bear, which stands out against the forest backdrop. View a great hunter in its Canadian habitat. Powerful and solitary, the grizzly bear has long typified the Canadian wilderness; on this coin’s reverse, it serves as a commanding example of strength. That pure silver shine. Your coin is 99.99% pure silver and features a luminous proof finish. Mintage is limited to 6,000 coins worldwide. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with a black beauty box. A more expansive UHR view than ever before. Your coin presents a full-body view with multi-level relief heights using our most innovative UHR minting relief technique to date. Multiple frostings for dynamic light play. The artistry doesn’t end at the engraving: multiple frostings alter the way the light reflects off the different design elements, creating a more realistic rendering of both the grizzly bear and its surroundings. An Emily Damstra original. Your coin’s reverse was designed by Emily Damstra, the award-winning artist who has created many coin designs for the Royal Canadian Mint and the United States Mint, including the American Silver Eagle Type 2 coin. Composition 99.99% pure silver. Weight 31.39 g. Diameter 36.15 mm. Packaging Black clamshell with black beauty box. Artist Emily Damstra (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). A grizzly bear’s keen sense of smell helps it identify a food source, and it is able to sprint quickly over short distances. If you see a grizzly bear in the wild, it’s best to give it plenty of space – in doing so, you’ll be helping to preserve this wilderness icon that is an important part of Canada’s natural heritage. Designed by artist Emily Damstra, your coin’s reverse invites you to step into the boreal forest of Western Canada, where the grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) reigns supreme. The low perspective, combined with Ultra High Relief (UHR), emphasizes the grizzly bear’s imposing size and appearance. Standing on a rock outcrop or cliff and surrounded by towering conifers, the elusive grizzly has perceived a threat as it looks down from its perch, the bear has raised its paw as if to strike and has a fierce expression on its face. The obverse features a maple leaf pattern behind the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. The obverse also bears a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies that have graced Canadian coins and the double date of her reign.
A feast for the eyes: Canada’s four seasons unfold in this special-shaped collage. Spring, summer, fall and winter-this eye-catching collage invites you to step into the Canadian landscape and experience the four seasons that shape life in Canada. From spring’s bright hues and sun-soaked summer greenery, to fall’s foliage-led colour change and winter’s snowy slumber, all four seasons unfold before your eyes, forming a spectrum of colours within the maple leaf that gives shape to our celebration of Canada’s natural beauty. The perfect follow-up to the 2022 Canadian Collage coin. A Canada for all seasons. Celebrate the spectacular beauty of Canada through all four seasons! The follow-up to the 2022 Canadian Collage, your 2023 maple leaf-shaped collage is beautifully engraved on a 3 oz. 99.99% pure silver canvas. A Canadian maple leaf. On your coin’s reverse, the collage is shaped like the leaf from a black maple, one of 10 Canadian maple species. Only 2,500 coins are available to collectors 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. Colour over engraved relief. Each season has an established colour association, and those seasonal hues mirror the shades found in nature. They are well represented in this collage, where the use of colour over the engraved relief and changing colour schemes reflects nature’s cyclical transformation. Your coin’s collage illustrates how nature is a key part of Canada’s identity. It features a composite of landscapes and wildlife species from across Canada, and it seamlessly combines them to ensure a smooth transition from one seasonal view to the next. Composition 99.99% pure silver with colour over engraved relief. Weight 94.25 g. Packaging Black clamshell with black beauty box. Artist Caitlin Lindstrom-Milne (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). It isn’t just the landscape that undergoes a colourful transformation each year-some animals do too! Fiery reds, burnt orange and golden yellows-the colours we associate with fall and fall leaves are mostly present in the landscape during spring and summer too, they’re just masked by chlorophyll, a green pigment that is vital for photosynthesis. The red colours are produced in the autumn, in response to bright light and plant sugars in the leaves. As summer turns to fall and sunlight decreases, leaves stop producing chlorophyll, which fades away to reveal other colours caused by various pigments: xanthophyll for yellow, carotenoid for orange, and anthocyanin for red. And once those pigments break down, only tannins remain in the leaves, resulting in a brown colour. Designed by artist Caitlin Lindstrom-Milne, your coin’s reverse features a composite of landscape features from across Canada, framed by the outline of a black maple (Acer nigrum) leaf and backed by Canada geese (Branta canadensis) flying in a V formation-a sign of the changing seasons in Canada. The four-season view begins with a spring scene on the left, where a tundra swan (Cygnus columbianus) swims past flowery meadows and mountains under a colourful morning sky. The scene transitions to a bright summer day, as a grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) catches its next meal. Beneath the migrating geese in the sky, the green foliage turns to red, orange, brown and yellow in the fall view, in which the setting sun casts its glow on the grasslands and the iconic bison (Bison bison). The final view, with its sleepy Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus), captures the tranquil beauty of winter in Canada, while an iceberg adrift in the ocean hints at the eventual return of spring. The obverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. The obverse also bears a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies that have graced Canadian coins and the double date of her reign. Canada has so many beautiful places to visit, so it was tough to choose just a few. I narrowed it down to a few places that I would personally love to visit, and I visualised myself standing there, watching animals as they enjoy their natural habitats. The sight of geese flying above in their V formation always serves as a reminder that summer is coming to an end, and that we should make the most of those last few weeks. The coin was centered around the seasons, and migrating geese have always signified the changing of the seasons for me. Alicia Cook Sapene, Product Manager. We are very fortunate to live in a country with boundless natural beauty. I wanted to showcase a breathtaking collage of Canada’s four seasons, with contrasting landscapes and colours filling the shape of a black maple leaf. Caitlin did an amazing job of seamlessly blending together the natural splendour of the seasons! ALICIA COOK SAPENE, PRODUCT MANAGER.
Original Packaging direct from the the Royal Canadian Mint Canada. Well below issue price priced to move.
Awsome Details on this stunning Coin. As issued by the mint with Burgundy Clamshell box, Outer Box and COA. Thanks for your interest.
Straight from the Mint with COA and clamshell case.