1 oz Gold Canada 150 Voyageur
The character and spirit of the country was revealed on Canada’s first circulating Silver dollar in 1935. This remarkable design of the early frontier has made its way back as the first-ever $150 denomination 1 oz .9999 fine Gold bullion coin.
Canada’s first circulating Silver dollar was introduced in 1935 to mark the Silver Jubilee celebrations for King George V. Its design featured a voyageur and Native person paddling a canoe in tribute to the fur trade; the industry that founded the nation, and the image of a vast untamed frontier it conveyed made it one of the most popular coins.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- This release features a limited mintage of 15,000 coins.
- Packaged in a unique credit card style packaging featuring the official Canada 150 logo and an assay certificate on the back side of the card attesting to the purity and minimum guaranteed weight.
- Features a visible micro-engraved security maple leaf featuring “17” in the center of the leaf.
- Obverse: Susanna Blunt’s design of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the $150 face value and the year 2017.
- Reverse: Depicts an image of a canoe carrying furs with a voyager paddling at the stern and aboriginal paddling at the bow.
- Guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.