Posted 10 years ago
4 Indian Heads, 4 Canadian Maple Leaf, 1 Peace Dollar, 1 Silver City round 10 oz Silver
The old Buffalo Nickel is one of the most beloved coin designs in US history. It has been reproduced in many forms, including by the US Mint for the pure gold Buffalo bullion coin.
These private mintage 1 troy oz .999 fine Silver rounds are in uncirculated condition bullion silver.
The Canadian Silver Maple is a legal tender coin struck in .9999 fine silver, one of the purest bullion coin. The coins contain 1 troy oz of silver.
Coins obverse feature Queen Elizabeth II, the denomination of Five Dollars and the year. Reverse has a Maple Leaf and the words "Canada" over the leaf and "Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur" under the leaf. The numbers 9999 are on either side.
Intended to commemorate the end of World War I (hence the name) the Peace Dollar was first minted in 1921 and was discontinued after 1935. It was the last Silver Dollar to be issued as currency, and contains 0.772 Troy Oz of silver (90% silver alloyed with 10% copper).