You've never seen Canada's national symbol quite like this. The 2021 instalment of our. Series is our first coin to feature dual plating (yellow and rose gold) on a large multi-faceted design, and the result is stunning.
Viewed from every angle, the engraved facets gently rise and fall to give the maple leaf a more dimensional shape that plays with light. These engraved shapes are also plated with either yellow or rose gold to create a luminous colour contrast that truly stands out just like Canada's maple trees in the fall. OUR FIRST DUAL-PLATED, MULTI-FACETED DESIGN! Featuring the first-time plating combination of yellow and rose gold over a multi-faceted surface, and on such a large 5 oz.A special "25" maple leaf privy mark marks the occasion on your coin's reverse, and on several more coins in our 2021 arboreal anniversary collection. The 2021 instalment of the.
Series features just one leaf, but its many engraved facets form peaks and valleys that play with light. The effect is heightened by the contrasting plating, resulting in a dazzling colour effect that invites repeat viewings.SELECTIVE PLATING ON OBVERSE TOO! The rim on both sides of your coin is plated with yellow gold. But there's selective plating on the obverse too the effigy is elegantly plated with rose gold to complement the reverse design.
The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. As part of the 2021 arboreal anniversary collection, your coin is accompanied by a custom certificate that includes special colour elements and the anniversary logo.Only 1,500 of these stunning coins are available worldwide. It is an exclusive collectible and it's expected to sell out quickly. Design: A single sugar maple. Leaf is the focal point of this design by Canadian artist Matt Eggink. Against a laser-engraved relief pattern, the maple leaf's multiple engraved facets are individually plated with either yellow or rose gold for high contrast and visual appeal.
The selectively plated obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. A special arboreal anniversary : It was 25 years ago (April 25, 1996) that the maple treewas officially recognized as Canada's national arboreal emblem. The anniversary of this famously Canadian symbol is one of our big themes in 2021, and on multiple coins (including this one), it is represented by a special "25" maple leaf privy mark. A total of 10 maple species are native to Canada.The Proclamation specified that the maple tree genus. Is Canada's official arboreal emblem, and 10 different species (at least one in each province) occur naturally in Canada. This coin features the leaf of a sugar maple tree, the best source for Canada's world-renowned maple syrup. Indigenous communities were the first to harvest maple sap and boil it down to obtain a sweet syrup.
Each province and territory, with the exception of Nunavut, has an official arboreal emblem of its own. Packaging: Your encapsulated coin is presented in a red lacquered, Royal Canadian Mint-branded collector's case and packaged in a black beauty box.Matt Eggink (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). I do leave feedback for everyone. The item "2021 Maple Leaf in Motion $50 Pure Silver Yellow&Rose Gold Plated Coin Canada" is in sale since Thursday, January 28, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative".fun" and is located in Richmond Hill, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.