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2oz Canada Goose Silver Bullion Coin


Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 2 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
  • Coin comes in protective packaging.
  • Obverse: The effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.
  • Reverse: Features the Canada Goose classic design by Alex Colville’s that appeared on the 1967 Silver Dollar.
  • Guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.
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2oz Canada Goose Silver Bullion Coin
The new 2 oz Canada Goose is one of a kind, inspired by a classic design by Canadian artist Alex Colville that originally appeared on the 1967 dollar marking Canada’s Centennial.
The Canadian Goose, which is internationally recognized as a Canadian emblem, is a national symbol for bravery, loyalty, confidence, protection, and determination. This fine 2 oz Silver Coin contains 2 troy ounces of pure 99.99% Silver, has a face value of 10 Canadian dollars and can be used as legal tender. Its slick design, level of detail, relief, and solid feel make it a truly beautiful coin. Buyers can have peace of mind knowing their investment is authentic and secure as it is backed by the renowned Royal Canadian Mint.

This new series features cool, retro vibes inspired from designs from the past. Add this 2 oz Silver Canadian Goose coin to your cart today!

For centuries, flocks of Canada geese flying overhead have signaled the changing seasons, a fixture so deeply rooted in the Canadian psyche that artist Alex Colville proposed the Canada goose and its “serene, dynamic quality” for the Centennial Dollar in 1967. This coin features Colville’s design that highlights the goose’s strong, streamlined body that enables it to fly great distances. Numerous geese will fly together in a V-formation to create air currents the geese can ride to save energy and travel as much as 1,000 km in a single day!

The Canada goose nests throughout Canada and follows various migration routes south, the longest beginning on the northern tundra and ending in the southern U.S. and Mexico. Climate change is prompting more populations to overwinter in Canada, and some have begun nesting in western Greenland. The Canada goose was introduced to Britain in the 17th century, and was later brought to the Continent as a game bird. Its presence there is likely to evolve as their numbers continue to rise.