2016 Canada 3/4 oz Silver Howling Wolves BU
As low as $2.29 per coin over spot!
This APMEXclusive® 3/4 oz Silver Howling Wolves coin is beautifully crafted by the Royal Canadian Mint as the second in their Grey Wolf series. Grey wolves have made a remarkable comeback from near-extinction and now live in .9999 fine Silver.
- Contains 3/4 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
- Multiples of 30 are packaged in mint tubes. Multiples of 600 are packaged in Monster Boxes. All other coins will be in protective plastic.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Security enhancements include radial lines on both the obverse and reverse, a micro-engraved maple leaf with the numeral “16” in the middle and a reeded edge.
- Obverse: Susanna Blunt’s design of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the $2 face value.
- Reverse: Features two wolves with their heads lifted as they howl at the full moon. Includes the weight and purity listed below the wolves.
The 2016 3/4 oz Silver Howling Wolves coin is minted with a limited availability. By comparison, the mint’s Wildlife Series and Birds of Prey Series each have a mintage of 1 million coins.
Display your unique 3/4 oz Silver Howling Wolves coin in style by adding a beautiful presentation box or Air-Tite plastic capsule to your order. This presentation box and Air-Tite plastic capsule perfectly fit your 2016 3/4 oz Silver Howling Wolves coins.
About 30% of the world's population of Grey Wolves is currently found in Canada, though the population extends into the United States. Join the pack and add this 2016 3/4 oz Silver Howling Wolves to your collection today!
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The reverse design by Canadian artist Maurade Baynton features a winter scene set in one of Canada’s remote forests. There is a chilling quality to the engraved depiction of the full moon as it illuminates the starry night sky, which is kept cloudless by winter temperatures that are well below freezing. All seems still in a landscape slumbering under a thick blanket of snow.
Suddenly, a lament echoes from a distance and fills the air. A clearing on a hillside soon reveals the source. Two wolves are resting after a good day’s hunt. The moon seems to spotlight the wolves’ engraved features and their thick coats, while handing in the frigid air offer visual evidence of their haunting refrain. Whether there is a warning to rival packs or a call to other pack members, the wolves’ howl seems magnified against the silence of their surroundings.