One of the most coveted coins in the coin-collecting community is the 2014 1 oz Canadian Silver Bald Eagle Coin. Why? Maybe it is because of how beautiful this design looks in .9999 fine silver. Maybe it is because it was limited to 1,000,000 coins worldwide. Whatever the reason, this coin belongs in your collection.
- Made of 1 Troy oz of .9999 fine silver
- 2nd Coin in Birds of Prey series
- Face value of 5 dollars backed by the Canadian government
- Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint
- Brilliant Uncirculated
The obverse side of the coin features an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the Susanna Blunt design with the queen dressed in a simple dress and wearing pearl jewelry. She looks as regal as ever even without a crown or tiara. Above her head is ‘Elizabeth II’. Below her is ‘5 DOLLARS’ and ‘2014’.
On the reverse side of the coin is the subject of this coin, a bald eagle. This eagle is flying with its outstretched wings and carrying a fish in its talons. This scene is not uncommon all over Canada where an eagle swoops down and snatches a fish out of a lake or pond. This design is incredibly detailed and you can make out the individual feathers of its plumage. Above the eagle is ‘CANADA’. Below the eagle is ‘9999’ for the silver’s purity. Below that is ‘FINE SILVER 1 OZ ARGENT PUR’. To the right of the design is a small ‘ED’ for the designer, Emily Damstra.
This 2014 1 oz Canadian Silver Bald Eagle Coin would be a fine addition to any collection but is perfect for anyone who loves nature, Canada, or appreciates fine high-quality silver. These Canadian Birds of Prey coins are in high demand so act fast. Get yours today.
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