2007 1/25 oz Gold Canadian 50 Cents - The Grey Wolf

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Product Description

Mintage of 20,000 coins!
The fourth coin in the series of smallest gold coins is the Wolf. The reverse of the coin designed by Royal Canadian Mint engraver William Woodruff depicts a she wolf standing on a ridge calmly surveying the valley below. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. Coin comes encapsulated and presented in the original box with numbered Certificate of Authenticity

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 32033
Year: 2007
Mint Mark: N/A
Grade: Proof
Denomination: .50
Diameter: 13.92 mm
Thickness: na mm
Inner Pack: N/A
Outer Pack: N/A

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2007 1/25 oz Gold Canadian 50 Cents - The Grey Wolf
 
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5.0

Great coin with an even better design

By DAMAT778

from Indianapolis, IN

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Recognized Brand

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      Comments about 2007 1/25 oz Gold Canadian 50 Cents - The Grey Wolf:

      This was actually my first gold purchase and I couldn't be happier! This has the iconic Grey Wolf design that really took off on the silver Canadian Wildlife Series. The coin is MUCH smaller than I anticipated, but it's 1/25th of an ounce... So it's going to be small.

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