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Get out ahead of the herd and order NGC certified, 2014 $10 Silver Bison coins from Provident Metals!
These 2014 1/2 oz silver bison coins from RCM's O Canada series have been authenticated and received a Proof 69 grade from NGC. The majestic beasts that occupy the reverse of this coin are sure to draw the seeking eye of coin aficionados over and over again! This coin bears red Canada Maple Leaf label and carries "Early Releases" designation.
This product includes original mint packaging and certificate of authenticity.
Produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, the 2014 Silver Bison is the eighth release in the O Canada Series, which features iconic images of Canadian life.
Composed of 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver, each coin was graded PF69 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) due to its nearly flawless condition.
Like other Canadian coins, the obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the reigning monarch of Canada. ELIZABETH II and D.G. REGINA — which stands for “Dei Gratia Regina” or “By the Grace of God, Queen” — are also inscribed.
Designed by Trevor Tennant, the reverse features four bison grazing in a field. CANADA and 10 DOLLARS are engraved.
Add the Silver Bison to your collection of Canadian coins by ordering from Provident Metals today.
About the American Bison
The bison is one of Canada’s most iconic wildlife symbols. In the United States, bison are sometimes hunted by bears, wolves and cougars.
In northern Canada, however, the massive creatures freely roam protected areas, keeping them safe from extinction. Buffalo are most commonly found in British Columbia, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories.
What is PF69?
A grade of PF69 means the coin has maintained its original luster and comes in nearly perfect condition. The coin has no hairlines or scuffs, and has no more than two flaws viewable through magnification.
About the Royal Canadian Mint
Founded in 1908, the Royal Canadian Mint is one of the world’s most advanced refiners of gold and silver. The Mint rose as the first to produce gold coins inscribed with the name CANADA, along with iconic Canadian images like the maple leaf and the coat of arms.
Today, RCM markets to collectors and investors alike, producing a variety of high-quality bullion coins, wafers and bars.
|Composition||.9999 Fine Silver|
|Condition||Matte Proof 69|
|Special Designation||Early Release|
|Mint||Royal Canadian Mint|