2011 Canadian Silver Timber Wolf Mint State (MS70)
2011 Canadian Silver Timber Wolf (MS70)
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What’s so cool about the 2011 Canadian Silver Timber Wolf (MS70)?
These coins enjoy an unprecedented demand throughout the world.
This one ounce .9999 pure silver coin features a stunningly detailed portrait of a lone timber wolf surveying his domain.
The beautiful but fierce predator is pictured standing on a snow covered slope with tall snow-capped pines in the background, while the full moon overhead illuminates this distinctly Canadian scene.
The Canadian Timber Wolf is the first coin in a 3 year, 6 coin Canadian wildlife series.
The Royal Canadian Mint’s Ottawa facility is expected to introduce two annual issues through 2014.
Wolves are a popular theme, and such, this coin was selected to be the lead-off coin in this very limited edition wildlife series.
The Royal Canadian Mint has placed a strict and low mintage on these coins, and the next issue in this series is not expected to be released until March 2011.
Senior Mint Engraver William Woodruff is the creator of the wolf design on the reverse.
The obverse displays the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, which was done by Canadian portrait artist Susanna Blunt.
Struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, this coin bears a face value of $5.00.
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