Canadian George V $10 Gold Coin

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The 10 Dollar coin, featuring George V, is a testament to Canada’s rich numismatic history. Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint between 1912 and 1914, this gold coin is not just a piece of currency but a symbol of Canada’s heritage. Its intricate design and gold composition make it a sought-after piece for collectors and enthusiasts alike.

 

Key Features:

  • Location: Canada
  • Issuing Entity: Royal Canadian Mint
  • King Represented: George V (1910-1936)
  • Type: Standard circulation coin
  • Years of Minting: 1912-1914
  • Value: 10 Dollars
  • Composition: Gold (.900) with .100 copper
  • Contains .4838 Troy Ounces of Gold
  • Weight: 16.72 g
  • Diameter: 26.92 mm
  • Thickness: 2.08 mm
  • Shape: Round
  • Technique: Milled
  • Orientation: Medal alignment

 

The 10 Dollar coin, featuring George V, is a reflection of Canada’s monarchy and its ties to the British Empire. George V, who reigned from 1910 to 1936, is commemorated on this coin, symbolizing the deep-rooted connection between Canada and the British monarchy. The coin’s design and significance make it a unique piece of Canada’s numismatic history.

 

The obverse side of the coin showcases a bust of King George V, adorned with a crown, facing left. The Latin script accompanying the design reads “GEORGIVS V DEI GRA: REX ET IND:IMP:”, which translates to “Georges V by the Grace of God King and Emperor of India”. The design was crafted by Edgar Bertram MacKennal.

 

The reverse side features the Canada coats of arms as given by Queen Victoria on May 26, 1868. Lying atop two crossed maple branches, the shield is divided into four sections, each representing the coats of arms of the four provinces that formed Canada. This design, considered the most beautiful on a Canadian coin, was created by William Henry James Blakemore.

 

With its gold composition and intricate design, the 10 Dollar George V coin is a tangible piece of Canada’s storied past. Every detail, from the emblematic coats of arms to the regal depiction of King George V, speaks of craftsmanship and heritage. Dive into Canada’s rich narrative with this numismatic masterpiece, where history and artistry converge.

Mint

Royal Canadian Mint

Precious Metal

Gold

Metal Content

.5736 Troy Ounce

Purity

.900 Fine

Denomination

$10

Condition

Circulated

Designer

Edgar Bertram MacKennal

Diameter

26.92 mm

Thickness

2.08 mm

Edge

Reeded

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