$100 for $100 Fine Silver Coin – Orca (2016)
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$100 for $100 Fine Silver Coin - Orca (2016)

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$100 for $100 Fine Silver Coin - Orca (2016)

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$100.00 CAD
Mintage: 50,000
STATUS:
Canada and US only
3 per household

HEAVYWEIGHT OF THE SEAS

Own this stunning coin in the groundbreaking $100 for $100 series. Bold design. Expert craftsmanship. Highest-quality silver from the Mint.

Top reasons to buy this coin today:

  • 1 oz. fine silver - 99.99% pure
  • No tax - GST/HST/PST exempt
  • Money-back guarantee
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  • Perfect gift for a special occasion

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Reviews

Cool coin

5

Neat coin, can't go wrong with the $100 for $100 face value coin IMO. Cool custom box too!

Matt D

Waterloo Region

Yes

GREAT

5

awesome product

Zee

Ricmond Hill, Ontario!

Yes

This is a beautful gift.

5

It for a gift and hopefully this will get them started collecting.

Blonde Bomber

Eel River Crossing NB

Yes

Excellent value

5

These are great gifts for grandchildren

!none

100 Mile House, BC

Yes

Beautiful coin

5

Beautiful coin! I do like the dollar-for-dollar value coins. Great way to save!

Daphne

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Yes

Orca Coin

5

How can you beat getting a Great Coin at face value?

Davetherunner

Marlboro, NJ

Yes

I would buy this product again

5

Size of item, size of display box very important.

Reno

Edmonton, Alberta

Yes

very good value for money

5

Future gift to grand children

Sadhan & Leena

Brampton,Ont,Canada.

Yes

Looks even better in real life

5

Great detail on this coin. Great for a memerable gift.

Mr. Cool the Collector

Toronto

Yes

beautifull

5

I love it

n

usa

Yes

$100 for $100 Fine Silver Coin - Orca (2016)

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96.2

If the coin is in fact "legal tender" there should be an official way to redeem them other than through the private market place. If they can't be redeemed "officially" for their face value then how can they really be considered legal tender? It then follows that advertising them as coins with a "face value" as such is very misleading. Where can these coins be officially redeemed for their face value?

Carl

Hello Carl, All coins manufactured by the Mint are legal tender. However, unlike Canadian circulation coins, collector coins are non-circulating legal tender (NCLT). As such, these coins are not intended for daily commercial transactions and accepting them as payment or for redemption is at the discretion of businesses and financial institutions. The Mint has a process in place to reimburse financial institutions the face value of redeemed NCLT coins, once they have accepted them from a customer and returned them to the Mint. In the event a bank branch is unaware of this procedure, customers are advised to contact the Mint with the coordinates of the bank branch, which will take steps to inform the branch of the redemption process. As collector coins can only be redeemed at face value by businesses and financial institutions willing to accept them, it is recommended that individuals wishing to sell a collector coin first consult with a coin dealer, who is more likely to offer a price above face value.

Erica (Product Team)

I wish to buy silver. Is it better to buy the $50 coin for $50 ....etc.....or is it better to by silver by the oz ?

Karen

Hi Karen, Check out our Buyer's Guide. It might help you decide on your collecting strategy: http://www.mint.ca/store/product/rcmcoins.jsp?campaignName=BuyersGuide2015&pId=3300020#03-cointypes

Anonymous

Just think about that for awhile an ounce is worth about 17 usd (about) today changes daily

Drdoolittle 49er

If you are looking to purchase silver in any form for it's silver value, you should definitely not be purchasing numismatic coins. [While silver numismatic coins have a face-value that tends to exceed their silver value, their true value is in their beauty and rarity. On the other hand, troy-ounce coins and bullion regularly sell very close to the "spot" price of silver, because the buy is only interested in the metal itself.]

AnotherPlebian

Would this coin be suitable for a gift for a Grade 12 female graduate?

Ginny

Hi Ginny, This product makes a great gift for any occasion.

Anonymous

what are the 1 and 1/2 once coins

al

If you are looking for another 1 ounce $100 for $100 we have the Cougar item #148560 that is still available and for the 1/2 ounce we have our $50 for $50 Orca coin item #151087. Both of these are on our website.

Are 100 for100 part of a series, and if so, do I have. Subscription?

JJ

They are part of a series. There is not currently a subscription available for these coins.

Anonymous

Are you planning subscription for 100$ for 100$ coins at this year?

Alexander

No subscription is planned at this time.

Anonymous

How much does this coin weigh in ounces? I am from the pre-metric era so ounces will give me a better indication as opposed to milligrams

Terry

31.83 grams converted to ounces give: 1.12277021 ounces.

Is this coin part of the "Wildlife in Motion" silver coin series?

Seth

Yes this is part of the Wildlife in motion $100 for $100.

Can you please list the others in the series with the Orca $100 for $100 2016 series?

Megg

2013 Bison Stampede. 2014 Majestic Bald Eagle and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and The Grizzly. 2015 Canadian Horse. 2016 Cougar, Orca Whale.

you left out muskox: http://www.mint.ca/store/coins/100-for-100-fine-silver-coin-muskox-2015-prod2450478#.Vfi8AxFVhBc

anonymous

What is the silver weight of this 100 for $100 coin ?

Garry

It has a weight of 31.83 grams.

Anonymous

Specifications

  • No.151750
  • Mintage50,000
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishmatte proof
  • Weight (g) 31.83
  • Diameter (mm) 40
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificatenot serialized
  • Face value100 dollars
  • ArtistTrevor Tennant (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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