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Canadian First Special Service Force 3/4 oz Silver Coin BU

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The United States of America and Canada have a very close, special relationship on the international stage. In addition to sharing the worlds longest land border, the United States and Canada operate closely when it comes to defense and military action. That was on display in the early years of World War II when a joint unit of American and Canadian soldiers fought together in one of the first special forces units. Right now, you can buy the Canadian Special Service Force 3/4 oz Silver Coin online from Provident Metals.


  • Arrives with individual plastic flips or tubes of 20 and boxes of 300 coins!
  • Released by the Royal Canadian Mint only in 2013!
  • Contains 3/4 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver in BU condition.
  • Bears a face value of $2 (CAD) fully backed by the Canadian government.
  • The obverse depicts Queen Elizabeth II.
  • On the reverse is the Devils Brigade patch and symbols of both America and Canada.

The Royal Canadian Mint issued the Canadian First Special Service Force coins in 2013 only. This occurred in the same year that the United States Congress passed a bill awarding the 1st Special Service Force, better known as the Devils Brigade, with the Congressional Gold Medal.


Canadian First Special Service Force 3/4 oz Silver Coins feature a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side. This is the right-profile portrait of Her Majesty created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt for the Royal Canadian Mint. Ms. Blunt is just the second Canadian artist ever to create a monarch portrait for the mint and her effigy of Elizabeth II is the first of a monarch without a crown or tiara since the reign of King George VI.


For the reverse face of Canadian First Special Service Force 3/4 oz Silver Coins, the Royal Canadian Mint uses the shoulder badge of the Devils Brigade as the central design element. This arrowhead has the names of both nations serving in the unit inscribed on it with USA across the point of the arrowhead and Canada down the length. Two arrows cross below the arrowhead, and there is an American star to the left and Canadian maple leaf to the right.


An elite American-Canadian commando unit, the 1st Special Service Force was organized in 1942 and trained in the US state of Montana at Fort William Henry Harrison. The joint commando force was under the command of the United States 5th Army during World War II and served in the Aleutian Islands, Italy, and southern France.


Each of the Canadian First Special Service Force 3/4 oz Silver Coins in this listing ships with a protective plastic flip. Orders of multiples ship in tubes of 20 coins or boxes of 300 coins with all specimens in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. If you have questions, please contact Provident Metals at 800-313-3315, chat with us online, or email us.

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