2022 Special Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set – Alexander Graham Bell: Great Inventor

2022 Special Edition Silv...

$119.95 CAD

2022 Special Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set – Alexander Graham Bell: Great Inventor

Steel 2022 Mintage 30,000

2022 Special Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set – Alexander Graham Bell: Great Inventor

Steel 2022 Mintage 30,000
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$119.95 CAD
Masters Club: 1,200 Status: CAN & US shipping only
Availability: Out of stock in stores
Shipping: Expected to be shipped on Dec 09

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Features

A special theme for 2022
Includes the 50-cent coin
Elegant presentation

Specifications

Product Number 202967
Mintage 30,000

Composition 99.99% pure silver
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Weight 23.17 g
Diameter 36.07 mm
Edge Reeded

Composition Outer ring: Nickel-plated steel, Inner Core: Brass-plated aluminum bronze
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Weight 6.99 g
Diameter 28.03 mm
Edge Interrupted serrations

Composition Brass-plated steel
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Weight 6.27 g
Diameter 26.5 mm
Edge Plain

Composition Nickel-plated steel
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Weight 6.9 g
Diameter 27.13 mm
Edge Reeded

Composition Nickel-plated steel
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Weight 4.44 g
Diameter 23.88 mm
Edge Reeded

Composition Nickel-plated steel
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Weight 1.75 g
Diameter 18.05 mm
Edge Reeded

Composition Nickel-plated steel
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Weight 3.95 g
Diameter 21.24 mm
Edge Plain

Design & Artist

Reverse
Obverse

Armand Nina, artist

“A coin is a memorable, tangible symbol of a sovereign nation. To have my initials engraved on this precious metal coin from Canada’s flagship Mint really fills me with a sense of achievement in the service of my employer and of the magnificent country that welcomed me as an immigrant 31 years ago, just as it welcomed Alexander Graham Bell 152 years ago.”

Armand Nina, artist

Ed Grosvenor, Historian and Bell descendent

“Alexander Graham Bell combined a spirit of innovation with deep humanitarian instincts, from first conceiving the telephone in Brantford, to helping build the first airplane in Canada and the world’s fastest ship (the hydrofoil). While he kept on inventing and teaching until the last week of his life, he still had time to found the first Canadian Montessori school with his wife Mabel, support women’s rights and organize protests against racial segregation.”

Ed Grosvenor, Historian and Bell descendent

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