Canada 2017 “150th Anniversary Voyageur” 1-Oz. Silver $5 BU:
Designed to honor Canada’s 150th birthday, this special one ounce silver issue recreates a familiar silver dollar design from the country’s past. Canada’s first circulating silver dollar was introduced in 1935 to mark the Silver Jubilee of King George V. Its engraving featured a voyageur and a native person paddling a canoe in front of the northern lights. The design is a tribute to the fur trade, the industry that founded the nation. The image of the vast untamed frontier was a favorite for many years. This .9999 fine silver $5 legal tender bullion coin carries a variety of security features.
Canada 2017 “Howling Wolf” 3/4-Oz. Silver $2 BU:
Canada often mints some of the year’s most impressive coins and this issue is sure to be a collector favorite for years to come. As the third release of the Royal Canadian Mint’s Wolf Series, the issue is beautifully crafted and portrays an over-sized moon rising behind a wolf as he lets out his eerie howl into the night sky. Carrying a variety of security features, the impressive Brilliant Uncirculated coin is produced from 3/4 of an ounce of .9999 fine silver, this issue is denominated $2. Featured on the obverse is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.