$200 for $200 Fine Silver Coin – Canada's Rugged Mountains (2015)
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$200 for $200 Fine Silver Coin – Canada's Rugged Mountains (2015)

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$200 for $200 Fine Silver Coin – Canada's Rugged Mountains (2015)

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$200.00 CAD
Mintage: 25,000
STATUS:
Canada and US only
2 per household

$200 for $200 Fine Silver Coin – Canada's Rugged Mountains (2015)

Home to some of the world's most stunning and unique mountain ranges, Canada is bounded by mountainous regions across much of the eastern, western and northern boundaries of its landmass. Each of these regions is distinct, teeming with life and contributing to the nation's one-of-a-kind landscapes, unique history and culture, and national economy. This stunning 99.99% pure silver 2 oz. coin celebrates the beauty, diversity and abundance of Canada's rugged mountains.

This precious metal silver coin is amongst the purest in the world; issued by the Government of Canada and the Royal Canadian Mint. This coin gives you the chance to own real silver, tax free, and risk free at an affordable price.

Order yours today!

Special features:
  • $200 can buy you a coin worth $200
  • Third coin in the unique ‘Landscapes of the North' series
  • LARGE FORMAT! Your coin is 2 oz. fine silver (99.99% pure), the ideal size for a beautiful design
  • Unique 360° design
  • No tax – Free Shipping
  • Expertly engraved
  • Strictly limited issue authorized by the Government of Canada

About the Design:
Designed by Canadian artist Steve Hepburn, your coin features a circular collage of iconic plants, animals, landscapes and activities found in Canada's mountainous regions. Rotate the coin and admire the intricate vignettes of plant and animal species, various mountain ranges, and human alpine sports and activities. Centred around a bunchberry blossom encircled by a bouquet of wildflowers, grasses, ferns and toadstools, the striking design features a fox, cougar, golden eagle, mountain goat, marmot, pica, chickadee, elk and big-horned sheep alongside mountain climbers, a snowboarder, a mountain biker, an alpine cabin, a mountain stream, and more.

Packaging:
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a graphic beauty box that depicts a mountain range and includes silhouettes of a hiker and animals.

Order your coin today!

Reviews

wow !!

5

will keep it and pass it to my kids

emmanuel

saint anotine n.b. canada

Yes

Worth the money...good investment.

5

Keep this coin in my collection for a future investment.

chrisp

Stoney Creek, ON

Yes

Canada has some of the worlds most beautiful coins.

5

I just enjoy collecting the coins.

Slim Jim

Ontario Canada

Yes

Love my new $200. coin!

5

This coin will hold it's value....guaranteed! ;-)

Shellie

Niagara Region, Ontario

Yes

I would buy more if not for the limit

5

This coin is worth the price and design is unique

Gwildor

Ajax Ontario

Yes

Great Coin

5

Living in the Rockies, the activities, animals and fauna all hit close to home.

Lowell the collector

Montrose, CO

Yes

Best of the Mint

5

You really can't go wrong here. You are paying only exactly the value on the actual coin - and it is a stunningly detailed work of art! I am thrilled to have this in our collection. Thank you, Mint! You've outdone yourself :)

olivejuice

Yukon Territory

Yes

Beautiful Coin

5

Collect for now but will pass it on to her younger relatives eventually

Crystal

West Vancouver, BC

Yes

DETAILED

5

Mainly for looking at due to the detail and different angles.

Enzo the Walker

Edmonton, AB

Yes

Lit by a laser light, it is an eye trap.

5

Fun.

North

Toronto,Thompson

Yes

$200 for $200 Fine Silver Coin – Canada's Rugged Mountains (2015)

4.7 86

95.2

Will the coin increase in value--say in about 10 years

Daisy

Hi Daisy, We can't predict which coins will increase in value because collectors consider many things when creating their collections including: metal content, face value, size, design, theme, technical enhancements, how well it displays, rarity (mintage), etc. Collecting is very individualized, so buy whichever coins you like the best!

Anonymous

Hi, When is the next $200 for $200 coin planned for release? I quite like this series.

Scott

Hi Scott, We're happy to hear you like the $200 for 200 series! We're unable to disclose future launch dates of coins but since this series is so popular you can expect another one soon. If you're not signed up to receive emails from us you can do so by entering your email address in the email sign up box at the top or bottom of most web pages on Mint.ca

Chad

I'm just starting to get into this rare metals thing, and I'm a bit confused. Other that it being a "collectors coin" shouldn't a $200 for $200 be in relation to it's weight? for $200 I'd expect to get closer to 10oz

Dan

Hi Dan - our coins are valued by collectors beyond the value of the silver or gold in the coin. Collectors often consider rarity (mintage), design, theme and face value when considering what to purchase.

Anonymous

how many ounces is this coin?

rich

Hi Rich, The coin is approximately 2.2 ounces or 2.0 Troy ounces (62.69 grams) of 99.99% pure silver.

Chad

Would a bank like say TD, have to cash this coin if presented?

Buckeyecanuck

This coin is 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.

Anonymous

Hi, The 2015 $200 coin is a first denomination or you have struck ones from previous years? Thanks

Silver coin

Hi there ... we have struck many $200 denominations in the past. You can find them by searching "$200" in the search function of our main menu, or by following this link: http://www.mint.ca/store/search/searchResults.jsp?_dyncharset=UTF-8&i_search=%24200&_D%3Ai_search=+&sort=relevance&_D%3Asort=+&go=true&_D%3Ago=+&_DARGS=%2Fstore%2Fcommon%2Fheader.jsp.formSearch

Anonymous

Are these coins valued at $200.00 Canadian currency and can you pay for something with it in Canada? Recognized by retailers as Canadian money?

Terry

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.

Anonymous

Yes but retailers have the right to refuse them.

Anonymus

Why would anybody even want to do that?

Scott

Specifications

  • No.144676
  • Mintage25,000
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishmatte proof
  • Weight (g) 62.69
  • Diameter (mm) 50
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificatenot serialized
  • Face value200 dollars
  • ArtistSteve Hepburn (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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