|Grade:||Proof - 70 UCAM|
|Mint Mark:||RCM - Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||32.15 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Royal Canadian Mint|
Mintage of only 1,500 coins!
This 2009 Canadian Olympics Surviving the Flood Commemorative 1 Kilo Proof Silver Coin was minted by the Royal Canadian Mint and graded a perfect Proof 70 Ultra Cameo by NGC. This $250 CAD face vale pure silver coin is certified to be 99.99% silver. It has a diameter of 101.8mm and a guaranteed weight of 1,000 grams (1 Kilo) or approximately 32.15 troy ounces.
In ancient times, a great flood happened that threatened the survival of the Squamish people. The people banded together in canoes, and tied their canoes to En cheki now called Mount Garibaldi so they would not drift away. An eagle caught salmon and dropped the fish into the canoes, giving the Squamish people sustenance and ensuring their survival. This story depicts the power of many working together. It also illustrates the power, connection and interdependence between man and nature.