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2019 Canada 10 oz Silver $100 Canadian Maples

2019 Canada 10 oz Silver $100 Canadian Maples

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Simple and elegant, this modern-day tribute has replaced the Victorian boughs with a wreath of different maple leaves — one from each of the 10 species that are native to Canada.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 10 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
  • Comes in a capsule in a decorative box.
  • Obverse: Features a likeness of Queen Elizabeth II by artist Susanna Blunt.
  • Reverse: The reverse design by Dominion Sculptor Phillip White is a modern take on the crossed maple bough design of Canada’s early circulation coins (1858-1936). The maple-themed arrangement features one leaf from each of Canada’s 10 native Acer species, which are the bigleaf maple, striped maple, Manitoba maple, Douglas maple, mountain maple, sugar maple, vine maple, red maple, black maple and silver maple.
  • Guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.

This high face value coin features an exquisite design featured on .9999 fine Silver. Add this 10 oz Silver Canadian Maples coin to your cart today!

As Dominion Sculptor, Phillip White is responsible for the conservation and creation of sculptures and artwork that adorn Canada’s Parliamentary Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario. The iconic Center Block building was purposely left unfinished, even after the Peace Tower was inaugurated in 1927, with thousands of uncarved stone blocks that have since allowed sculptors to tell Canada’s story as it unfolds.

L.C. Wyon’s crossed maple bough design made its debut on the Province of Canada’s coins in 1858, when the decimal system was first introduced. Although it preceded Confederation by nearly a decade, it was prominently featured on the first coins struck for the Dominion of Canada in 1870. Different variations of the design continued to appear on Canada’s silver denominations (5, 10, 25 and 50 cents), but it was superseded by new designs in 1937.

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