Obverse Design 

Mint: Royal Canadian Mint 

Item Number: 177391 

Composition: 99.99% pure silver 

Weight: 1.5 oz. (46.66 g) 

Diameter: 38 mm 

Face Value: 8 dollars (CAN) 

Finish: Bullion with Radial Lines 

Edge: Serrated 

Box Quantity: 300 

Packaging: tubes 

Artist: Claudio D’Angelo 

Mint: Royal Canadian Mint 

Item Number: 177400 

Composition: 99.99% pure gold

Weight: 1/10 oz. (3.14 g) 

Diameter: 16 mm 

Face Value: 5 dollars (CAN) 

Finish: Bullion with Radial Lines 

Edge: Serrated 

Box Quantity: 2000 

Packaging: flex 

Artist: Claudio D’Angelo 

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North American 

Bald Eagle

Limited Mint Coins

The North American Bald Eagle is the official emblem of the United States of America and appears on most official seals of the U.S. Government, including the presidential seal. 

Living along seacoasts, rivers, lakes, mountains, and vast valleys, the majestic Bald Eagle is a symbol of strength, prosperity, and unlimited freedom, much like an investment in precious metals.

An apex predator with no natural enemies, the bald eagle has long been a potent symbol of vision, power and stoicism. This amazing coin features the distinctive bullion finish of brilliant relief on a lined textured background. An attractive acquisition for both first-time precious metal buyers and long-term investors. 


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