(50 Coins) 2014 1 oz Canadian Silver Bald Eagle Coin
|Royal Canadian Mint
|Birds of Prey
|1 Troy Ounce
2014 1 oz Canadian Silver Bald Eagle Coin This 2014 Canadian Silver Bald Eagle coin was released by the Royal Canadian Mint as the second installment in its Birds of Prey series. Its mintage was limited to only 1,000,000 pieces, making it a highly coveted piece among the coin collecting community.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 pure silver.
- Minted at the Royal Canadian Mint in Canada.
- Available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- Backed by the Canadian government for $5 CAN.
- Individual coins ship in plastic flips, multiples of 10 – 25 ship in tubes, and multiples of 500 ship in monster boxes.
Each of these stunning 1 oz coins has been minted from the finest 99.99% pure silver and holds a face value of $5 CAD. All coins included in this stunning collection are guaranteed to arrive in brand new uncirculated condition. As a protective measure, individual coins will be carefully packed in protective sleeves, while larger orders will be shipped in their original sealed tubes.
In continuance with its tribute to the winged predators of Canada, the Birds of Prey series turns its attention to the bald eagle for its second coin. Although commonly thought of as the USs national bird, this majestic creatureis also quite prevalent up north, where it can often be seen soaring through Canada’s clear skies.
The eagle has been prominently displayed on the obverse of the coin with its wings spread in flight.In its talons, the predator holds a fish, which it undoubtedly snatched from a brook or stream for its most recent meal. Avian enthusiasts will find themselves impressed by the accurate depiction of this fierce fowl from the dynamic positioning of its flapping wings to the textured pattern of its feathers. Also engraved on the front side are the coins weight, purity and the name Canada.
The reverse side of the coin honors Canadas history with an effigy of Elizabeth II. This portrait serves as a tribute to Canadas former status under British rule. Encircling the Queenis a border of text, which includes her name along with the coins denomination and mintage year.
With the release of its second coin, the Birds of Prey series continues to generate great interest from both collectors and wildlife enthusiasts alike.