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14-Karat Gold Coin - Saskatchewan Coat of Arms - Mintage: 500 (2014)

500
$2,649.95 CAD
 

Final coin in the Canadian Coat of Arms series!

Discover the intricate details of this stunning Saskatchewan Coat of Arms coin – the last in our popular 13-coin series of 14-karat gold featuring the Coats of Arms of Canada's 10 provinces and 3 territories.

A beautiful gift for that special someone who enjoys coat of arms. Order yours today!

SPECIAL FEATURES
  • 13th and final coin in the Canadian Coat of Arms series
  • Faithfully reproduces every detail of the Saskatchewan Coat of Arms
  • Struck in 14-karat gold
  • A unique, upscale keepsake that embodies the pride of Saskatchewan—an important part of Canadian history and heritage
  • Limited to only 500 worldwide

ABOUT THE SASKATCHEWAN COAT OF ARMS
Saskatchewan's Coat of Arms was granted by Royal Warrant in September 1986. Before that time, it used the Provincial Shield originally granted by King Edward VII in 1906 as its armorial emblem. This shield, with three gold sheaves of wheat and a royal lion, still figures prominently at the centre of the provincial Arms.

COIN DESIGN
Your stunningly engraved gold coin captures every detail of the Saskatchewan Coat of Arms.

The image centers on a shield featuring the traditional lion symbol associated with royalty. The lion surmounts a field featuring three sheaves of wheat, symbolizing the province's core agricultural resource.

The shield is borne by a royal lion on the left and a white-tailed deer, Saskatchewan's animal emblem, on the right. Each of these supporters wears a Prairie Indian beaded collar and the lily-shaped badge of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. The lion's badge bears Canada's emblem, the maple leaf, while that of the deer displays the western red lily, the provincial flower.

Above the shield is a crest featuring a golden helmet of sovereignty, symbolic of Saskatchewan's participation in Confederation. Standing atop the helmet is the Canadian beaver, representing Canada and its unique history, First Peoples and economic development. The beaver holds a western red lily and bears the crown of the monarchy on its back.

Beneath the shield is a banner bearing the motto MULTIS E GENTIBUS VIRES, Latin for "From Many Peoples Strength," which floats above a base of western red lilies.

PACKAGING
  • Encapsulated and presented in a maroon clamshell with a protective sleeve

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