Canadians in the numismatic world are true specialists in nature motifs, and the Royal Canadian Mint’s successive issues are the best proof of this. Take a look at the 2014 gold coin – its craftsmanship and collector value are a tribute to nature; a nature that is perhaps the first association with Canada. And that’s the role of precious coins that are bought all over the world!
We must admit that the face of the lynx on this coin is not one of the friendliest, but we must not forget that it is also a predatory animal in the cat family. The engraving reproduces the details very accurately and the whole has a very noble character. After all, this is an Ultra High Relief coin – the Royal Canadian Mint and its professionals are once again to be commended.
The $200 coin contains 33.17g of 0.99999 gold, and the purity of the bullion is just one factor in determining the value of the numismatic coin. The 2014 issue was limited to a maximum of 500 pieces. One of these has just been added to the Coins From World offer and you have the opportunity to purchase and thus invest. Will the Canadian lynx join your collection?
Special features of the coin:
- Over 33 g of pure gold
- Only 500 copies worldwide
- The precision of Royal Canadian Mint engraving
- A tribute to Canada’s wildlife
- Ultra High Relief coin