Why order this Silver 1985 Canada $1 Moose - National Parks Centennial?
This 1985 Canadian $1 Silver Moose - National Parks Centennial is ideal for collectors who love the outdoors and those who love animals. Struck from .500 pure silver at the Royal Canadian Mint, this coin has an actual metal content of .375 troy oz.
Exquisite Moose design by Karel Rohlicek
Arnold Machin designed the second royal effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, which serves as the obverse design. She dons the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" tiara that she received from her grandmother, Queen Mary, as a wedding present. Her name and title, "ELIZABETH II D.G. REGINA," are inscribed along the rim, as is the name of the issuing country, "CANADA."
A moose wades in shallow water in the foreground of the reverse. The majestic creature is shown finely detailed in right-side profile. In the distance, a mountain rises high above the tree-lined shore, offering a glimpse of the vast, beautiful Canadian wilderness. The anniversary years, "1885-1985," are inscribed at the top along the rim, while "NATIONAL PARKS" is inscribed to the left and is repeated in French, "PARCS NATIONAUX," to the right. "DOLLAR," the coin's face value, is included at the bottom.
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|Year of Issue:||1985|
|Mint:||Royal Canadian Mint|
|Packaging:||Original Government Packaging|
|Weight in Grams:||23.33 g|