This coin is already 99% sold at the Canadian Mint
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Secure the Pure Silver Inukshuk Coin

This coin features an Inukshuk on its reverse, which is a human-made landmark made in the likeness of a human. It is a powerful symbol in the Inuit culture of survival, family and community. They are used for several purposes across Canada, from marking fertile fishing and hunting areas to marking traditional animal migration routes or merely as a welcome sign to a lonely traveller to confirm they are on the right path.

The Inukshuk is struck in raised relief and framed against icy mountains and a frigid, frozen sea. The central image is set between two semi-circular bands, each one laser polished to a gleaming, mirror-like finish, with the top band proudly displaying the word ‘Canada’ in raised and embossed relief.

The coin is struck in .9999 silver, also known as ‘four nines’ silver. This is the purest grade available. The Canadian Mint is one of the only mints in the world currently minting coins in four nines silver.

There is a limited mintage of 40,000 and it comes presented in official Royal Canadian Mint packaging with a Certificate of Authenticity.

We have a limited number available so buy yours before they are all gone!

Order Ref 185/385L/9


  • Weight: 15.87g
  • Diameter: 34mm
  • Metal: 99.99% Silver
  • Finish: Matte Proof
  • Obverse: Susanna Blunt
  • Reverse: Tony Bianco
  • Country of issue: Canada
  • Year of issue: 2013
  • Edition limit: 40,000

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.