2013 $5 Pure Gold Coin Wolf
From the Royal Canadian Mint. This 1/10 oz pure gold coin features the wolf. Mintage on this coin is extremely low with only 4,000 available worldwide. The howl of a wolf pack sends shivers down even the most stalwart spine. Canada boasts the world's second-largest wolf population, with estimates between 50,000 and 60,000. For eons, this powerful, mysterious, resilient creature has roamed free throughout northern and western Canada and in the region around the Great Lakes, singing its song to the coming and going of the moon. Designed by Canadian artist Pierre Leduc, this coin presents a three-quarter profile portrait of a wolf by a lake bordering a Canadian forest. Bearing a relaxed grin, its striking light-coloured eyes hold both mystery and wisdom. The wolf's thick fur seems to rise from the image, rendered in exceptional detail through fine engraving. In the background, we see the placid waters of a large lake, and a series of tall evergreens that rise from the shoreline. The reverse is framed with a border engraved with the word "Canada, " the date "2013, " the face value of "5 dollars" and a stylized wolf paw-print. If your automatic checkout does. We reserve the right to hold all. For in-person pick-up we also accept cash or Interac. Please wait for us to send you an invoice. The item "2013 $5 Pure Gold Coin Wolf" is in sale since Monday, March 22, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative". The seller is "jandm-coin-jewellery" and is located in Vancouver, BC. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
- Certification: Uncertified