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2017 $30 FINE SILVER COIN ANIMALS IN THE MOONLIGHT: LYNX

$189.95

2017 $30 FINE SILVER COIN ANIMALS IN THE MOONLIGHT: LYNX

$189.95
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Savour the mystery of a full moon, and the rare and privileged sights that may be experienced under its radiance with this enchanting coin that brings you a sublime moment that outdoor enthusiasts can only dream of—a face-to-fur encounter with the ever-elusive lynx!

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
SRP: $189.95
Item Number: 158765
UPC: 6-23932-08310-3
Composition: 99.99% pure silver
Mintage: 4,000
Weight (g): 62.67
Diameter (mm): 54
Face Value: $30
Finish: Proof
Edge: Serrated
Artist: Curtis Atwater
Packaging: Maroon clamshell with graphic beauty box

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Second coin in the must-have 4-coin ANIMALS IN THE MOONLIGHT series featuring wilderness scenes of a cougar, lynx, orcas and owl under the magical glow of moonlight—stunning designs that capture all the mystery of a full moon that has fascinated people for millennia.
  • Features innovative glow-in-the-dark technology that washes the scene with moonlight—the moon, stars, windows, and bonfire shine when viewed in the dark!
  • A must-have keepsake portraying Canada’s beautiful lynx; a work of art that will be cherished by wildlife and nature enthusiasts, star and moon gazers, and anyone who has ever sat by a fire under the light of the moon.
  • Only 4,000 coins available worldwide—highly collectible!

DESIGN
Canadian artist Curtis Atwater has created a quintessential scene of log cabins in the northern forest with a lynx hiding among the trees nearby. It is a clear winter night. A full moon dominates the sky while a bonfire burns in a clearing below. The perspective gives the viewer the impression that they are approaching the cabins through the trees and have suddenly come upon a lynx that has quite possibly been there undetected for some time. The lynx is immediately recognizable by its housecat-like face, distinctive ear tufts, and pronounced facial ruff. Its massive forepaw is raised as if the lynx was about to move on, but has decided to stop to examine this stranger who has brought all this activity into its woods. The lynx gazes directly at the viewer, confident and unafraid; as if it was its decision to allow itself to be seen—a magical encounter that will be painfully brief before the majestic cat slips into the shadows in silence.

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