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Description

Highly graded by PCGS as an MS-64, this gold coin is slabbed and carries a red Canada label with a unique PCGS certification number.

For over 75 years a group of Canada's first gold coins have been stored at the Bank of Canada as a part of the Government of Canada's Exchange Fund Account. These safeguarded coins became available to collectors in late 2012, allowing collectors a unique chance to own a piece of Canadian history. Each coin was struck over 100 years ago and remained untouched since then.

Each coin is struck on a 900 Fine Gold planchet and weighs 8.36 Grams (.0.2419 oz Fine Gold). The obverse features a crowned portrait of King George V. The reverse bears Canada's Coat of Arms which was originally adopted in 1868.

This item is taxable in Canada

Specifications
5102
CA
Royal Canadian Mint
Lightly Used
900
CA
Crowned Portrait of King George V
Canada Coat of Arms
1912
CAD 5
0.2419

SKU

5102

Country

CA

Manufacturer

Royal Canadian Mint

Condition

Lightly Used

Purity

900

Origin

CA

Obverse

Crowned Portrait of King George V

Reverse

Canada Coat of Arms

First Released

1912

Legal Tender

CAD 5

Metal Weight (ozt)

0.2419
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