The Maple Leaf has been the symbol of Canada since its founding. But there are many species of maple, making it as diverse as the people it represents. This beautiful silver coin pays tribute to one of the many species native to Canada, the silver maple (Acer saccharinum).
Auf der Vorderseite ist das Abbild von Königin Elisabeth II. nach Susanna Blunt zu sehen und die Worte "Elizabeth II D.G. Regina".
The reverse of this coin was designed by Canadian artist Pierre Leduc and depicts three silver maple leaves. With their edges slightly furled, these leaves evoke images of leaves gently falling in the Canadian autumn. In the foreground, the largest leaf lies on its side, its long petiole rests over top the smaller downward facing leaf at the far left. The large leaf's bottom left lobe overlaps a third leaf behind it, all lending depth and gentle grace to the scene. Beautiful engraving adds detail and depth to the image by highlighting the deeply cut veins and serrated leaf margins. Die Worte "Canada 10 Dollars 2014" (Kanada 10 Dollar 2014) und die Initialen des Künstlers umranden die Blätter.
This limited release coin has a worldwide mintage of only 50,000 and is one of the most affordable proof coins offered by the Royal Canadian Mint. It makes a perfect addition to any Canadian or silver collection.
This 9999 pure specimen proof finish silver coin comes encapsulated in a maroon clamshell case with a serialized certificate.
|Susanna Blunt (Vorderseite), Pierre Leduc (Rückseite)|
|Die Worte "Elizabeth II D.G. Regina" und dem Abbild der Königin Elizabeth II. von Susanna Blunt.|
|"Silberne Ahornblätter" die in unterschiedlichen Entfernungen fallen (durch verschiedene Größen dargestellt), die Initialen des Künstlers und die Worte "Canada 10 Dollars 2014".|
|34.0 x 34.0 x 2.1|
|Royal Canadian Mint|