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2018 $200 PURE GOLD COIN EARLY CANADIAN HISTORY: FIRST NATIONS

$1,199.95

2018 $200 PURE GOLD COIN EARLY CANADIAN HISTORY: FIRST NATIONS

$1,199.95
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The story of Canada spans millennia, and this coin takes you back in time to First Peoples that have made Canada the amazing place it is today. The Algonquian people were one of countless communities that existed in North America long before the Europeans arrived. These Indigenous people lived in perfect harmony with nature, moving in rhythm with the seasons to access new food sources and to find refuge from the treacherous weather that would settle over the Great Lakes in winter.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

SRP: $1,199.95
Item Number: 164072
UPC: 6-23932-08828-3
Composition: 99.99% pure gold
Mintage: 1,000
Weight (g): 15.43
Diameter (mm): 29
Face Value: $200
Finish: Proof
Edge: Serrated
Artist: Alan Daniel
Packaging: Maroon clamshell with black beauty box

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Celebrate the rich history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Collectors of all kinds will cherish this coin on its sheer merits as a work of art that opens a privileged window on the rich cultural heritage of this great country.
  • Each coin features a complex blend of multiple finishes to bring depth to the design and remarkable realism to the textural quality of various elements in the scene—a masterpiece crafted in the beauty of 99.99% pure gold.
  • A fabulous keepsake for history buffs, particularly those with a fascination for the Indigenous Peoples of North America.
  • Limited to 1,000 coins worldwide—a highly desirable collectible.

DESIGN:

Canadian artist Alan Daniel has created a stunning visual narrative of an Algonquian hunter returning to his winter camp with a rabbit and an otter. His community greets him with enthusiasm as these animals will provide precious food and materials to make clothing and tools, some of which they will be able to trade with other indigenous peoples the following spring. If game became scarce, the community could easily re-locate to new hunting grounds by dismantling their wigwams and rolling the birch bark covering for easy transport. Also incorporated into this design are two depictions of daily Algonquian life—two men ice fishing, and a woman preparing an animal hide.

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