About 2013 1/4 oz gold Polar bear coin – royal canadian mint
The Canadian polar bear is one of the world’s most peculiar bear species, occurring solely in the Arctic Circle region. The bear is a popular feature in Royal Canadian Mint currency designs, appearing on both gold and silver coins.
The Royal Canadian Mint is regarded as one of the world’s most respected mints. The Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint was established in 1908 and renamed The Royal Canadian Mint in 1931 when the Canadian government assumed control.
The Royal Canadian Mint is renowned not just for its bullion products, but also for its collector coins. It is recognized for manufacturing gold and silver bullion coins and bars of the greatest grade and purity in the world. In 2013, this 1/4 oz Gold Polar Bear was struck.
Since this is a Canadian coin, one side features Susanna Blunt’s rendition of Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse features a polar bear wandering on ice. This polar bear satisfies the high expectations that many of us have for the RCM due to its abundance of intricate features. Inscriptions certifying the coin’s weight and purity can also be seen on this side.
- The coins struck in 1/4 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold
- The reverse of the coin features an image of a polar bear
- The denomination of $10 (CAD) is backed by Canada
- On the obverse side of a coin portrait of Queen Elizabeth II
- Manufacturer: Royal Canada Mint
- Series: Canadian Polar bear series
- Purity: .9999
- Issuing Country: Canada
- Face value: $10
- Diameter: 20 mm
- Edge: Reeded
- Observer Designer: Susanna Blunt
- Condition: New
- Packaging: Protective packaging
- IRA approved: yes
- CoA: No
More About the Gold Polar Bear Coin
These coins are very hard to come by these dat. This coin is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and its original Mint-sealed plastic is fully intact. Place your order now and save your investments!