The year 2020 is a commemorative one for the Mounties: it's been 100 years since the Royal North West Mounted police was renamed the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and took on its federal policing responsibilities. Standing tall on the coin's reverse, the gold-plated Horse and Rider statuette is the stunning embodiment of this milestone and the many others that have made the RCMP what it is today. This is our most complex sculpture coin yet. From the rider's Stetson hat to the horse's choreographed steps, our 3D salute to the RCMP captures the spirit of duty and service that defines Canada's national police service. 3D IMAGE OF AN ICON.
It was 100 years ago that the Royal North West Mounted police was renamed the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). Your coin is a salute to the RCMP's history and legacy, which are represented by the internationally famous image of Canada's national police service: the RCMP Horse and Rider, now in 3D form. OUR MOST INTRICATE SCULPTURE YET. From the Stetson hat to the hoof prints in the sand, this RCMP Horse and Rider statuette features an incredible amount of finely sculpted details that capture the pageantry of the RCMP Musical Ride. Rising up from the coin's large-sized (65 mm) surface, the statuette is gold plated to ensure all eyes will be on the timeless image of the RCMP.The coin itself is crafted from 10 oz. Of 99.99% pure silver. Your coin is the product of many, many hours of careful modelling and extensive testing to ensure this design could be cast without sacrificing any of the fine details. A dome-like capsule helps protect this uniquely shaped tribute to our national police service, which is a source of pride and historical significance for Canadians. With mintage limited to 1,000 coins worldwide (our lowest mintage for a sculpture coin), you'll be one of the few to own this limited-edition piece that blurs the line between coin and sculptural art. The item "CANADA 2020 The Musical Ride 10 oz.
Pure Silver Gold-Plated Sculpture Coin" is in sale since Saturday, October 17, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative". The seller is "ardit_2011" and is located in Orangeville, ON. This item can be shipped worldwide.