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1/10 oz. Pure Gold Coin - Tribute to Alex Colville Series: 1967 25-Cent Coin – Mintage: 1,200 (2020)

1/10 oz. Pure Gold Coin - Tribute to Alex Colville Series: 1967 25-Cent Coin – Mintage: 1,200 (2020)

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$364.95 CAD
Mintage: 1,200
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WOW! Colville's 1967 25-Cent coin now struck in 99.99% pure gold. Order today.

The third coin in our continuing tribute to Alex Colville features the artist's design for the 1967 Centennial 25-cent circulation coin. A symbol of independent thought and decisive action, the prowling bobcat is a work of fine numismatic art that, for the first time, shines in 99.99% pure gold.

If you enjoy Alex Colville's coin designs, then order this 99.99% pure gold coin today.

Special features:
  • OUR THIRD 1/10 OZ. PURE GOLD COLVILLE COIN: Our third centennial tribute to artist Alex Colville (1920-2013) re-creates his 1967 Centennial 25-cent coin design and its famous prowling bobcat. This series is the first to feature Canada's most famous coin art on 99.99% pure gold coins.
  • A CENTENNIAL SALUTE: This six-coin series is a tribute to acclaimed Canadian artist Alex Colville on what would have been his 100th birthday.
  • 1967, RE-MASTERED: A centennial celebration of Canada becomes a centennial celebration of the artist. All six of Colville's wildlife-themed, 1967 Centennial circulation coin designs have been lovingly re-created on 1/10 oz. pure gold coins, from the Canada goose (dollar coin) to the rock dove (one-cent coin).
  • ALSO AVAILABLE AS A SUBSCRIPTION: Subscribe to the series to guarantee your complete set of 2020 Colville coins and get a free maple wood collector case. We'll send you a new coin every two months as they're released, beginning with the dollar coin and ending with the one-cent coin. That means if you order in February, you'll have a complete set, case and all, by Christmas—an instant gift for any collector. Coins in your Tribute to Alex Colville Series include:
    • $1 coin
    • 50-cent coin
    • 25-cent coin
    • 10-cent coin
    • 5-cent coin
    • 1-cent coin
  • HISTORIC OBVERSE: Like the original coins issued in 1967, all six 2020 versions feature the 1965 effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Arnold Machin.
  • LIMITED WORLDWIDE MINTAGE: Your coin has a limited worldwide mintage of 1,200.
  • 1/10 OZ. PURE GOLD: Your coin is crafted from one-tenth ounce of 99.99% pure gold.
  • NO GST/HST.

Design:
The reverse re-creates Canada's 1967 Centennial 25-cent coin design by artist Alex Colville and features a profile view of a prowling bobcat. The reverse also features the engraved face value "50 CENTS", the word "CANADA" and the date "2020". The obverse features Canada's second effigy (1965-1989) of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Arnold Machin.

Packaging:
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with a black beauty box.

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Specifications

  • No.178083
  • Mintage1,200
  • Composition99.99% pure gold
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 3.14
  • Diameter (mm) 16
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value25 cents
  • ArtistAlex Colville (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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