The growling cougar is the second release in the Royal Canadian Mint's Call of the Wild series. These beautiful .99999 fine Gold Maples are highly collectible and have seen appreciation over the years.
These 1 oz Gold .99999 fine coins have been out of circulation for a few years and may have scratched assay cards, but the coin is in mint condition.
- Contains 1 oz of .99999 fine Gold.
- Coins are encapsulated, housed inside a mint issued assay card as certificate of authenticity.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Susanna Blunt’s design of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the $200 face value and the year 2015.
- Reverse: A portrait of a cougar howling, the lines in the background representing the ferocity of this predator. The finishes applied by engravers emphasize the muzzle spiked with long whiskers, short round ears and dense fur all presented in full detail.
- Guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.
The cougar is one of the most powerful predators to roam Canada, and this exceptional Gold coin would be a great addition to any Gold collection. Add this .99999 fine 1 oz Gold coin to your cart today!
A world leader in producing high-quality coins and bars, the Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1908. They are most admired for their iconic Canadian Maple Leaf coin series but are also responsible for many breathtaking depictions of North America’s natural wonders and wildlife.
The history of the Growling Cougar Canadian coins
In 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint produced the world’s first .99999 fine Gold bullion coin – and remains the only mint to produce a coin with this purity. The Growling Cougar Canadian coins are part of a series of .99999 fine Gold bullion coins featuring wild animals, including the howling wolf and the roaring grizzly bear. While these Gold coins are impressive, no one can deny that the 100 kilogram .99999 fine Gold Maple Leaf bullion coin the mint created is perhaps the most impressive Gold coin ever minted. The Royal Canadian Mint only produced five of these huge and record-setting Gold coins with a $1 million face value.
Why invest in Growling Cougar Canadian coins?
Beautiful Canadian coins, the 1 oz Gold Growling Cougar is a must-have for any investor who appreciates high-quality Gold coins that are .99999 fine and also have a spectacular design. Part of a Gold coin series, this Growling Cougar coin is seen as ideal by many investors looking to make gains in the shorter term or to invest for retirement. Place these Royal Canadian Mint coins in a Precious IRA, or store them at home as you consider what else to buy to boost your investment portfolio. Gold coins are a popular choice with investors who know the price of Gold often holds even as other investments falter.
Royal Canadian Mint coins and other Precious Metals gain value from centuries of Gold use.
When you buy a Gold coin, you are buying centuries of value even if the Gold coin is new. That is because whether buying Royal Canadian Mint coins or other Gold coins, the Gold used to mint the coins has held high value for thousands of years of human civilizations. These Canadian coins are just some of the recent coins that have been used to trade, with the first use of Gold coins in ancient times. The price of Gold has also been affected by the many uses of Gold, from decorative to medicinal to industrial. As a result, when you hold Gold coins in your investment portfolio, you are like countless generations before you who saw the value of this Precious Metal.
Many choose Canadian coins as a regular investment alongside stocks and bonds.
When buying Canadian coins, it is important to consider an investment strategy that best fits your goals. Typically when purchasing Gold coins, investors look at holding the physical asset for 3-5 years or more. They know Royal Canadian Mint coins and other bullion coins will hold steady as inflation hits or other investments like stocks and bonds falter. Typically, these investors add Gold coins to their portfolio equally with other investments at regular intervals for a balanced approach called dollar cost averaging.