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Why purchase this perfectly graded 2017 Canadian Feng Shui: Good Luck Charms Silver Proof?
This Good Luck Charms square-holed proof celebrates the Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui, a method of harmonizing the invisible forces that bind the universe, Earth, and humanity together, with the result of prosperity and happiness. The beautifully designed proof is struck by the Royal Canadian Mint from 2/3 Troy oz. of .9999 fine silver, with a mintage limited to 6,888 coins.
Elaborate Design by Canadian artist Charles Vinh
Representing the Feng Shui cure for evil spirits, the reverse depicts a pair of engraved figures called Pi Yao on either side of the square hole. A Wu Lou gourd and a series of knots symbolize everlasting prosperity and protection from misfortune. The design is complemented by the inscriptions "CANADA 2017" and "8 DOLLARS".
The obverse features the sculpture of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II above the square hole, as designed by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt, accompanied by an intricate design of ornamental Chinese knots. Inscribed "ELIZABETH II" and "D. G. REGINA".
Perfect Proof 70 with Exclusive Canada Label
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) graded this 2017 Canada $8 Feng Shui: Good Luck Charms 2/3 oz. Silver Proof a flawless PF70 and further classified it Ultra Cameo for the stunning frosted and highly polished mirrored surface characteristics. The perfectly struck square-holed proof is encapsulated in an NGC holder to preserve its immaculate condition, accompanied by the exclusive Canada design certification label.
Add this flawless symbol of luck and prosperity to your collection!
|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Mint:||Royal Canadian Mint|
|Release Type:||Early Releases|
|Label/Signature:||Exclusive Canada Label|
|Display Weight:||2/3 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||20.7459 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.667 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Endless Knots With Queen Elizabeth II|
|Reverse Design:||Square Hole Flanked by Pi Yao|
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