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2023 2 oz Canadian Ice Age of Canada - Smilodon Sabre-Tooth Tiger Silver Coin - Gem BU
2023 2 oz Canadian Ice Age of Canada - Smilodon Sabre-Tooth Tiger Silver Coin - Gem BU 2023 2 oz Canadian Ice Age of Canada - Smilodon Sabre-Tooth Tiger Silver Coin - Gem BU
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2023 2 oz Canadian Ice Age of Canada - Smilodon Sabre-Tooth Tiger Silver Coin - Gem BU

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2023 2 oz Canadian Ice Age of Canada - Smilodon Sabre-Tooth Tiger Silver Coin - Gem BU

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Contains 2 troy oz of .9999 fine Silver. 
  • Protected with MINTSHIELD™ technology released by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) in 2018. The surface coating, undetectable to the naked eye, helps delay and prevent the onset and occurrence of white spots, known as milk spots and does not alter the purity or look of the coin.
  • The reverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. The obverse also bears a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies that have graced Canadian coins and the double date of her reign. 
  • The obverse features a sabre-tooth tiger design. In this image, we see the tiger leaping straight toward us with an open jaw. This thrilling design is credited to Julius Csotonyi, a paleoartist based in Canada. Next to the design you will find a micro-engraving security feature that consists of a maple leaf and the number 23, corresponding to the year of release. Also seen is 'CANADA', '2023', '.9999 FINE SILVER 2OZ'. 
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Canadian government with a face value of $10.00 (CAD). Minted in .9999 fine Silver!


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