Secure the Canadian Mint’s FIRST EVER rectangular 1.5oz coin…
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Secure the Canadian Mint’s FIRST EVER rectangular 1.5oz coin…

**Just 4 Remaining**

2015 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Canadian flag – perhaps one of the most iconic and distinguished pieces of Canadian culture.

To commemorate this, the Royal Canadian Mint have issued their first ever rectangular 1.5oz coin, mimicking the flags own rectangular outline. The reverse design of the coin features engraving that has been enhanced by the use of vibrant red and bright white enamel to recreate the design of the famous flag.

There are inscriptions around sides of the flag design, which read in both English and French:50th Anniversary of the Canadian Flag / 50e Anniversaire du drapeau canadien, along with the anniversary date 1965-2015. The obverse carries the Susanna Blunt effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.

We have just 4 of these stunning coins remaining.

This is a great opportunity for collectors of both Canadian releases and more unusual commemoratives, but with such a small number available it is recommended that you secure yours today to avoid disappointment…

Order Ref 185/P916/0
Price £195.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Year of Issue: 2015
  • Country of Issue: Canada
  • Weight: 47.34g
  • Metal: 99.99% Pure Silver
  • Diameter: 49.8mm x 28.8mm
  • Denomination: $50
  • Finish: Proof
  • Reverse: Enamel Canadian Flag
  • Obverse: QEII effigy by Susanna Blunt
  • Worldwide Edition Limit: 10,000

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.