Canada 2014 Goose Silver $20 Coin
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The Canada 2014 Goose Silver $20 Coin

COMPLETELY sold out at the Royal Canadian Mint

The Canada Goose $20 Silver Coin is part of one of the most collectible silver coin series ever published – the Canadian Mint $20 Silver series. The coins in this series have a fast sell-out history and, unsurprisingly, this particular coin is sold out at the Canadian Mint.

"Four Nines" Silver

Like the other coins in the series, the Canada Goose Coin is minted in .9999 silver, also known as "four nines" silver. It is THE purest grade available. The Canadian Mint is one of the only mints in the world currently minting coins in four nines silver.

The reverse features a Canadian Goose with a relief of HM The Queen on the obverse. To fully appreciate the minting of this coin you must take a closer look with a magnifying glass, where you can actually see the detail on the feathers the minting is so incredibly fine.

Only 150 left in stock

The entire mintage of 225,000 has now sold out at The Royal Canadian Mint and we only have 150 remaining in stock.

The coin is ¼ of a troy ounce of pure silver and represents remarkably good value at only £29.99

Forming part of one of the most collectible silver coin series ever published, and with just 150 still available to UK collectors, this coin won't be around for long.   

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  • Year of Issue: 2014
  • Country of Issue: Canada
  • Metal: .9999 Silver - 'Four Nines' Silver
  • Denomination: $20
  • Weight: 7.96g, Diameter: 27mm

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