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Pure Gold Coin - Polar Bear - Mintage: 600 (2013)

600
$2,799.95 CAD
 

First of a new $350 pure gold 99.999% coin series!

The majestic polar bear is a fitting icon for a nation that, like Ursus martimus itself, has been shaped by the forces of ice, wind, water and stone. Stoic and strong, adaptable and clever, the polar bear has long captivated the Canadian imagination and been held up as a symbol of the northern spirit. At a hulking weight of up to 600 kilograms, the polar bear is considered the largest bear not only in North America, but the entire world. Today, approximately 15,000 polar bears reside in the Canadian Arctic, comprising the greatest number worldwide.

With an extremely limited mintage of only 600, this coin will not be available for long. Don't delay: order your coin today!

Special features
•  Your coin is the first coin in a new $350 gold coin series featuring iconic Canadian animals on the world's most pure gold coins!
•  Your coin features a highly-detailed engraved polar bear in its natural environment against a brilliant sky background.
•  Extremely low mintage of only 600 coins worldwide!
•  Certified 99.999% pure gold – an internationally renowned numismatic achievement!
•  GST/HST exempt.

Design
Your coin features a beautifully and expertly engraved full-body portrait of a large and powerful polar bear in its natural Arctic environment. Crouched atop a small rise in an ice field, the polar bear's massive musculature, paws, furred body and facial features are etched in great detail. The vast frozen landscape includes a rugged white terrain, rocky mountain range and an ominously clouded sky. The reverse is also engraved with the word "CANADA," the date "2013" and the face value of "350 DOLLARS."

Packaging
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon case lined with flock and protected by a black sleeve.

A stunning addition to any gold coin collection, this coin is also a perfect gift or collectible for anyone who loves natural images or Canadiana.

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