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In an environment as extreme as the Arctic, one would expect people to hunt as many animals as possible in order to stock up on provisions. But in Inuit culture, as well as all aboriginal cultures around the world, living in harmony with nature is paramount.
Countless Inuit legends passed down through generations of oral storytelling reflect the profound understanding that all of humanity is irrevocably reliant on the earth. Many stories speak of mystical beings who oversee people's activities to ensure nature's laws are respected. One such legend is Sedna, the goddess of the sea. If a hunter takes more than his fair share, Sedna will not permit the animals to offer themselves.
The captivating narrative on this coin shows a seal emerging from the ice suggesting that Sedna is indeed pleased and will provide the hunters with all the animals they need to thrive.
Your coin is the third in a series of beautifully crafted coins. Order today!
• An exceptional keepsake for anyone with an interest in the Arctic and Canada's rich Aboriginal heritage, particularly Inuit life.
• Your coin is an original work by Coast Salish First Nations artist Darlene Gait, beautifully crafted in 99.99% pure silver.
• Exceptional engraving on your coin captures every detail of the scene.
• Your coin is GST/HST exempt with a limited worldwide mintage.
Your coin was designed by Canadian artist Darlene Gait and features two traditional Inuit hunters standing over a breathing hole in the ice while a seal emerges from another close by.
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with black beauty box.
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