1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)
1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)
1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)
1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)
99.99% Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin – First World War Allies: France – Mintage: 5,000 (2018) No. COLLECT ALL 4 COINS FOR THE COMPLETE STORY! A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). THIRD IN FIRST WORLD WAR ALLIES 4-COIN SERIES! We were allies in the trenches and, for the first time, in the skies. Accented with a gold-plated infantry insignia, our coin in our First World War Allies series reflects on Frances enormous sacrifices and triumphs on the Western Front during the First World War, where, barely a decade after the first flight, aviation played an increasing role in La der des der (The war to end all wars). Order your commemorative coin today. A SPECIAL FOUR-COIN SERIES: As we approach of the 100thanniversary of the Armistice of 11 November 1918, this seriesreflects on the wartime contributions of four of the manyAllied forces that were united in a common cause, andbound by both heroism and duty. FOUR ALLIES, ONE LAST PUSH: While Canadian and Frenchforces fought in the trenches, Canadian airmen also servedin the skies, where Frances escadrilles and fighter pilotswere at the forefront of aircraft development. THE IMAGE OF HOPE: The highly detailed reverse presentsthe view from the front lines, in a time when the noveltyand risks of flight still inspired awe. Multiple finishes add asense of depth to the scene, in which French troopsandthe viewerlook up to see French aircraft flying overhead. SELECTIVE GOLD PLATING: Like all coins in this limitedseries, selective gold plating highlights the infantry insigniaof the French Army, an emblem that speaks of sacrifice andvictory in battle, such as the Battle of Verdun in 1916 and atAmiens in 1918. FOR KING AND COUNTRY: Selective gold plating alsohighlights the effigy of King George V on the obverse, whichresembles that of all Canadian coins issued during the FirstWorld War. Atouching memorial to all the combatants one that goesbeyond borders to put a face on the Great War. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Most of these are serialized certifications, meaning that each certificate is given a unique number, starting at 1. Your coin has a limited worldwide mintage. Your coin is crafted from one ounce 99.99% pure silver. Your coin is GST/HST exempt. The reverse image by Pandora Young transports the viewer to the Western Front and in the trenchesthat defined the First World War. On the faces of the French soldiers (les Poilus), the expression isone of hope and wonder as they lift their gaze up to the sky, where their fellow countrymen havetaken flight to battle for air superiority. While the setting is a stirring reminder of the French Armysvictories and sacrifices in battle, the aircraft of the Aéronautique Militair e also salutes the legacy ofFrench aviators and engineers, who were at the forefront of progress as aviation evolved fromnovelty to military necessity. Selective gold plating highlights the infantry insignia of the FrenchArmy, represented by the flaming bomb bearing the letters RF (République Française). Theselectively gold-plated obverse features the effigy of King George V by Sir E. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a black beauty box. Mint Price 114,95 CAD. Composition 99.99% pure silver with gold plating. Weight (g) 31.39. Face value 20 dollars. Artist Pandora Young (reverse), Sir E. Packaging Standard maroonclamshell with black beauty box. Finished Size 67 mm x 67 mm. The item “1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)” is in sale since Tuesday, July 24, 2018. This item is in the category “Monnaie\Pièces – Canada\Commémoratif”. The seller is “alexsilvercoins” and is located in Verdun. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Ayant circulé/Hors-circulation: Hors-circulation
  • Pays de fabrication: Canada
  • Certification: Mint Certificate
  • Classement: Finish proof
  • Objet modifié: Non
  • Pays/région de fabrication: Canada
  • En circulation/Hors circulation: Hors ;circulation

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies France (2018)

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)
1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)
1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)
Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin – First World War Allies: Canada – Mintage: 5,000 (2018) No. Four allies, one last push. A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). FIRST IN A NEW, LIMITED SERIES: On the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of 11 November 1918, this four-coin series reflects on the wartime contributions of select Allied forces united in one common cause! Canada began the war as a junior partner to Britain but by wars end was a full-fledged ally with a first-rate fighting force. The first coin in this limited series highlights Canadas role on the Western Front in 1918, when a return to open warfare allowed the courageous Canadian cavalry to play their intended role in an increasingly mechanized conflict. Selective gold plating adds extra shine to the general service shoulder badge worn by Canadas soldiers in the First World Wara war that accelerated the shift from traditional to modern warfare. For centuries before it, and still in 1914, the mounted arm was regarded as an essential component of any fighting force; but trench warfare, and the ensuing stalemate, limited the cavalry to reconnaissance and patrol work. Once the deadlock was broken in 1918, a return to a war of movement finally allowed Canadas cavalry units to play a greater combat role in places such as Moreuil Wood, Amiens, Cambrai and others, where they fought in concert with the tanks and armoured cars that came to define war in the 20th century. A stunning tribute to your military-themed coin display. Order your commemorative coin today. FIRST IN A NEW, LIMITED SERIES: On the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of 11 November 1918, this four-coin series reflects on the wartime contributions of select Allied forces united in one common cause. FOUR ALLIES, ONE LAST PUSH: Canada leads the charge on your first coin, where the engraved image shines the spotlight on the often-overlooked role of the cavalry in a war that was increasingly defined by technology and modern machinery. THE IMAGE OF COURAGE: Your coin features an outstanding amount of intricately engraved details, such as multiple finishes that add a sense of depth to a poignant design, which speaks of valour as the Canadian cavalry charges towards the enemy. SELECTIVE GOLD PLATING: Like all coins in this limited series, selective gold plating adds a rich golden hue and a hint of national pride to the insignia on the reverse: the general service shoulder badge of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. FOR KING AND COUNTRY: Selective gold plating also highlights the effigy of King George V on the obverse, which largely resembles that of all Canadian coins issued during the First World War. COLLECT ALL 4 COINS FOR THE COMPLETE STORY: Its a touching memorial to all the combatantsone that goes beyond borders to put a face on the Great War. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Most of these are serialized certifications, meaning that each certificate is given a unique number, starting at 1. Your coin has a limited worldwide mintage. Your coin is crafted from one ounce 99.99% of pure silver. Your coin is GST/HST exempt. Designed by Canadian artist Pandora Young, your coin places you at the heart of the action on the Western Front in 1918. Multiple finishes give the engraved design a sense of depth as the Canadian cavalry charges towards enemy positions, swords drawn, with both man and beast exemplifying courage even under threat of enemy fire. The image is paired with the general service badge of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, which is selectively gold-plated to hint at the pride of a young nation for its fighting force throughout the war and during Canadas Hundred Days. The selectively gold-plated obverse features the effigy of King George V by Sir E. Canada contributed an estimated 130,000 horses to the war abroad, including more than 10% of the horses used by the British armies on the Western Front. The Canadian cavalry played an important role during the German spring offensives of 1918in fact, the Battle of Moreuil Wood is often cited as one of the last great cavalry charges. Although heavily outnumbered, the courageous attack by the 3000-strong Canadian Cavalry Brigade helped to stop the German 1918 Spring Offensive. The Canadian Cavalry Brigade (CCB) spent much of the war with the British Cavalry Corps. The CCB was comprised of the Lord Strathconas Horse (Royal Canadians), the Fort Garry Horse, and the Royal Canadian Dragoons. During the Hundred Days Offensive, it took part in the successful offensive at Amiens; in its last action of the war, at the Battle of Cambrai, the brigade captured more than 400 prisoners. Three divisional cavalry squadrons were amalgamated into a regiment known as the Canadian Light Horse (CLH). It patrolled ahead of and helped screen the advance of the Canadian Corps during the Hundred Days Offensive. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a black beauty box. Composition 99.99% pure silver with gold plating. Weight (g) 31.39. Face value 20 dollars. MacKennal (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Finished Size 67 mm X 67 mm. The item “1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)” is in sale since Friday, June 1, 2018. This item is in the category “Monnaie\Pièces – Canada\Commémoratif”. The seller is “alexsilvercoins” and is located in Verdun. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: Mint Certificate
  • Classement: Finish proof
  • Objet modifié: Non
  • Pays/région de fabrication: Canada
  • En circulation/Hors circulation: Hors ;circulation
  • Ayant circulé/Hors-circulation: Hors-circulation
  • Pays de fabrication: Canada

1 oz. 99.99 Pure Silver Gold-Plated Coin First World War Allies Canada (2018)

1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War

1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War

1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War
Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War Mintage: 7,500 (2017). Receive a FREE vintage-looking tin collector case with your 1st coin! Order your subscription today! A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). If the First World War introduced the concept of aerial combat, then the Second World War cemented its status as one of the defining elements of modern warfare. Rapid advancement in aircraft technology produced the aluminum-clad bombers, cargo planes and jet-powered aircraft that gradually replaced the wooden-framed and fabric-clad biplanes of the Great War. Aircraft carriers allowed planes to extend their reach farther than ever before, while a new technologyradarbolstered defensive and offensive strategies in the skies. The Aircraft of the Second World War series salutes three of the most iconic aircraft flown between 1939 and 1945. Whether used to defend the homeland, in combat overseas or as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan here in Canada, these aircraft are remembered as important symbols of Canadian valour and sacrifice. These beautiful commemorative coins will be the talk of your collection! Coins in your subscription include. SECOND WORLD WAR AIRCRAFT! FEATURES THE EFFIGY OF KING GEORGE VI! Attention to historical accuracy extends to the use of the effigy of King George VI on the obverse of your three coins, as it appeared on Canadian coins issued during the Second World War. Only 7,500 coins will be made available worldwide. Hurry and order your subscription today before they are all gone! ONE-OUNCE 99.99% PURE SILVER COINS! Your coins are GST/HST exempt! About the First Coin Design. Designed by Canadian artist David A. Oram, the first coin in your subscription features an engraved depiction of two Hawker Hurricanes patrolling the skies over Great Britain during the Battle of Britain, circa 1940. The design features an outstanding amount of detail, all painstakingly engraved and enhanced with the use of multiple finishes. The selectively coloured Hurricane in the foreground bears the reporting marks of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) No. 1 Squadron, along with the identifier YO-A and the serial number P3069 that are associated with the aircraft flown by Squadron Leader Ernest Archibald McNab. This Hurricane’s combat experience is evident in the markings and faded paint on its fuselage and wings, but does little to diminish the aircraft’s overall colourful appearancefrom its grey-green camouflage to the multi-coloured roundels on the wings and fuselage, along with the red, white and blue tail flash. The obverse features the effigy of King George VI by T. Order your 3-coin subscription today! Composition 99.99% pure silver. Weight (g) 31.83. Face value 20 dollars. Oram (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). The item “1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War” is in sale since Sunday, November 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Monnaie\Pièces – Canada\Commémoratif”. The seller is “alexsilvercoins” and is located in Verdun, QC. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Ayant circulé/Hors-circulation: Hors-circulation
  • En circulation/Hors circulation: Hors ;circulation
  • Classement: Finish proof
  • Certification: Mint Certificate serialized
  • Pays de fabrication: Canada
  • Pays/région de fabrication: Canada

1 oz. 99.99% Pure Silver 3-Coin Subscription Aircraft of The Second World War