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SOLD OUT at The Royal Canadian Mint - but still available from us!

In 2011, the Royal Canadian Mint issued a $20 silver coin. It had an edition limit of 200,000 pieces. It sold out in 29 days.

Later in 2011, they issued a second $20 silver coin – this time with an edition of 250,000 pieces. It sold out in 34 days. That’s an average of 7,353 coins a day – 7% faster than the first coin!

This $20 silver release features a Polar Bear swimming in the northern Canadian Artic Waters. It is struck in 99.99% pure silver (purer than any United Kingdom Coin); weighs almost 8 grams and is over an inch in diameter (2.7cm). However, most significant of all, it has been limited to the same edition as the previous $20. This sold out in just 34 days.

Please note that The Royal Canadian Mint has already SOLD OUT of this coin - however we have secured just 1,000 coins for sale in the UK . This is a significantly low amount for our UK market and we do not expect them to last for long!

I understand I will receive other sell out coins (from as
little as £39.99 +p&p) in the Official Coins of the Royal
Canadian Mint Collection at monthly intervals. I am under no
obligation and may return any coin within 10 days. I may
stop collecting at any time.
Order Ref 185/342W/0

Specifications

  • Mintage: Limited to 250,000 coins worldwide
  • Metal: Fine Silver (99.99% pure)
  • Finish: Proof, Weight: 7.96g, Diameter: 27mm
  • Denomination: $20, Country of Issue: Canada
  • Reverse Design: Emily S. Damstra, Obverse Design: Susanna Blunt

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.