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2009 Canada 250 Dollar After the Flood Vancouver Silver Kilo PF70 w/ 3 Piece Gold
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- 1+ $5,695.00 $5,527.00
$1,423.75 / month
2009 Canada $250 After the Flood Vancouver Silver Kilo PF 70 with Three-Piece Gold
This is the third coin in the Vancouver Olympic Silver Kilo series, and the mintage is 1,000 pieces smaller than the 2007 and 2008. More collectors are becoming aware of this highly popular series. Don't miss out on purchasing a 2009 Series III Vancouver Silver Kilo now! The Obverse Features: The traditional effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the date 2009. The $250 Vancouver Silver Kilo is the largest denomination struck in silver by the Royal Canadian Mint.
The Reverse Features:
In ancient times, a great flood happened that threatened the survival of the Squamish people. The people banded together in canoes, and tied their canoes to En cheki - now called Mount Garibaldi - so they would not drift away. An eagle caught salmon and dropped the fish into the canoes, giving the Squamish people sustenance and ensuring their survival. The design is an artistic eagle and salmon design.
The Royal Canadian Mint has a worldwide reputation for impeccable adherence to quality and purity. The mint is recognized as one of the largest and most versatile mints in the world. The 1 Kilo Silver coin carries a legal-tender denomination of $250. Each coin is graded in PF70UC condition. Each coin is encapsulated in a new stunning Kilo-sized capsule produced by NGC. One of the leading third party grading services in the world, NGC has authenticated and graded each Series III 2009 Vancouver Olympic Silver Kilo in their new kilo "slab." Each coin is housed in an official Royal Canadian Mint black leatherette presentation case.
With every purchase of the 2009 silver kilo, you'll also receive three 14-karat gold, color-enhanced Olympic commemoratives. With a limited worldwide mintage of just 8,000 coins, these are a unique souvenir of the city of Vancouver. Each coin shares a common obverse of Queen Elizabeth II, with varying reverse designs:
- 2008 $75 First Nations Proof: The reverse design features the symbol of the Four Host First Nations, which consist of the Canadian Native American tribes Lil'wat, Musqueam, Squamish and the Tsleil-Waututh.
- 2008 $75 Home of the 2010 Olympics Proof: The reverse design depicts Whistler Park, the venue chosen for the 2010 Olympics.
- 2008 $75 Inukshuk Proof: The reverse design features an Inukshuk, the emblem for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. An Inukshuk is a figure made of piled stones or boulders constructed represent a person and signifying safety, hope and friendship. Originally built by the aboriginal Canadian Native American tribe Inuit, it was also used as a directional marker across the Arctic.
|Year of Issue||2009|
|Mint Name||Royal Canadian Mint|