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Collect the fourth coin in this Royal Canadian Mint series. This 40 mm coin is presented in a Royal Canadian Mint branded custom box, which pictures the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep.
Bring home the majesty of the mountain wilds with the Royal Canadian Mint’s 2014 $100 Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep coin from Provident Metals.
This extremely fine .9999 pure silver coin weighs 31.6 g (1.02 troy ounces) and has a diameter of 40 mm. It has a matte proof finish and a serrated edge.
The reverse features a pair of these powerful animals in one of their famous fights. The male bighorn sheep knock heads with their incredible horns to establish dominance. This fight is captured in beautiful detail on the reverse, the mountainous background a stark contrast to the heavily muscled rams poised to strike. The top rim reads CANADA 2014 and the bottom rim reads 100 DOLLARS.
The obverse shows a portrait of Queen Elizabeth wearing a pearl necklace and earrings. The words ELIZABETH II and DG REGINA are also inscribed on this side.
This Bighorn Sheep coin is the fourth in the Royal Canadian Mint’s 100 for $100 series. Coin production is limited to only 50,000, so get yours while you can! Order your 2014 $100 Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Silver coin from Provident Metals today.
The Bighorn Sheep
The bighorn sheep used to roam from Canada to Mexico, but increased hunting and loss of territory has reduced the animals to narrow inaccessible ranges or protected refuges. The Boy Scouts are credited with helping to protect this iconic species, with a campaign that began in 1936. Led by an ecologist, the Scouts led a grassroots campaign which resulted in the establishment of 1,5000,000 acres of land set aside for the sheep.
|Composition||.9999 Fine Silver|
|Mint||Royal Canadian Mint|
|Series||$100 for $100|