Why Buy this Antiquated Proof 140th Anniversary of the Library of Parliament Concave Coin?
The antiqued finish of this 140th Anniversary of the Library of Parliament is appropriate for a coin that marks such an anniversary, while the deep concave structure is both unique and fitting given the design. NGC provided an Exclusive Canada Label for this uniquely Canadian coin.
What does the Proof 2016 Canada 140th Anniversary of the Library of Parliament represent?
This 140th Anniversary of the Library of Parliament coin marks the important date for the building. The concave reverse features an interior view of the dome in the library as seen from the base of Queen Victoria’s statue. That statue is depicted at the base of the coin, while the roof is at the center and highly detailed bookshelves rise along the rim. Susanna Blunt’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse, as is the case with most other Canadian coins.
What does Proof 70 from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation mean?
The grade of Proof 70 is only given to proof coins that have perfect strikes and no bag marks, hairlines, or diminished luster.
This 2016 Canada Proof Antiqued Silver - 140th Anniversary of the Library of Parliament Concave Coin is perfect for book lovers, but with its limited mintage, you’ll have to act fast. Order yours today!
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Weight in Grams:||30.75 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Release Type:||Early Releases|
|Mint:||Royal Canadian Mint|
The Royal Canadian Mint has produced a dome-shaped coin; the first one ever produced by the esteemed Mint! It features an excellent design of the interior of the library of Parliament, that has excellent spacial perception that allows an accurate viewing of the building ceiling! With a limited mintage of only 6,000 coins, this issue will be hard to find!