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2016 $20 Canadian Salmonids - Arctic Char (#2) Fine Silver (No Tax)

2016 $20 Canadian Salmonids - Arctic Char (#2) Fine Silver (No Tax)
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2016 $20 Arctic Char Canadian Salmonids Fine Silver Coin (TAX Exempt) 150524

Found in the waters of the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic oceans, and a wealth of rivers and lakes in between, Canada's salmonid species are a powerful symbol of the wild and a valued part of our natural heritage. This fine silver coin celebrates the hard-fighting Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus), which boasts the most northerly distribution of all freshwater fish in the world.

Item Number: 150524
Composition: 99.99% pure Silver
Mintage: 5,500
Weight (g): 31.83
Diameter (mm): 40
Face Value: $20
Finish: Proof
Edge: Serrated

Special Features:
- Second in an exciting 3-coin series that celebrates Canada's indigenous salmonid species! Each species is culturally, historically and economically important to the region it inhabits, and is a revered part of our nation's biodiversity.
- Selective colour and captivating finishes enhance this dynamic engraved portrait of the Arctic char, while offering a novel underwater perspective of its movement in the waters of Northern Canada.
- Larger than your average 1 oz. silver coin! The coin's 40-mm size offers a bigger canvas for an incredibly detailed depiction.

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