2023 Canada $350 Harmonious Pure Platinum Coin
One of two luxurious offerings in the 2023 Opulence collection, Harmonious invites the viewer to find beauty in strength and resolve. Its bejewelled reverse is adorned with pink diamonds from the Argyle Mine, that are among the world’s rarest gemstones. They add spellbinding sparkle to the platinum coin’s cherry blossoms and stylized tree, whose engraved roots are the grounded pathways that lead to happiness and harmony; and to the diamond-laden frame that radiates vitality and optimism.
Selectively plated with rose gold, your coin’s reverse was designed by artist Aries Cheung. It features pink diamonds from the Argyle mine (total carat weight of approximately 1.00), elegantly mounted in jewellery settings fashioned by Beverly Hills Jewellers. Lining the coin’s edge, the gemstones also form a sparkling representation of a flowering cherry blossom tree as a holistic system, with the roots (resources), trunk (support) and stems (nurturing) symbolizing the transformation and growth that lead to harmony. The obverse features a stylized cherry blossom pattern, selective rose gold plating and the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. The obverse also bears a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies that have graced Canadian coins and the double date of her reign.
Item Number: 207048
Composition: 99.95% pure platinum with selective rose gold plating
Weight: Coin: 62.34 g, Pink Diamonds: 1 ctw
Diameter: 42 mm
Face Value: $350
Artist: Aries Cheung (reverse), Susannah Blunt (obverse)
• A cherry blossom celebration. Seen on the 2021-dated Opulence coins that took the coin world by storm, the pink diamonds and cherry blossom theme return in 2023 on two more highly exclusive collectibles, including this symbolic celebration of beauty and strength.
• Pink diamonds. Coveted for their colourful sparkle, the Harmonious coin is adorned with pink diamonds (1 ctw) from the Argyle Mine, some of the world’s rarest gemstones.
• Scarcity and sparkle. A prestigious showpiece, Harmonious has an exceedingly low mintage of just 25 coins that are available to collectors worldwide.
• Experience the Opulence. This 2 oz. coin is one of just two 2023-dated additions to our elite Opulence collection of incomparable works of art that are redefining rare.
• Luxurious packaging. Presented in a black cabinet-style case, the Harmonious coin comes with a custom insert, as well as a frame (new!) equipped with protective plexi-glass and two options (hanging brackets and an easel feature) for easy upright display. Also included: a cleaning cloth, a pair of black gloves for safe handling, and a welcome letter hand-signed by the CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint.
• The purest platinum. The coin was crafted in 2 oz. of 99.95% pure platinum – a precious metal that is rarer than gold and prized for its white-silver shine
• Fine Canadian craftsmanship. In addition to the world-class minting techniques that produced the coin, its pink diamonds were cut by Crossworks Manufacturing and skillfully hand-set into rose-gold plated enhancements crafted by Beverly Hills Jewellers.
• Rose gold plating. The perfect complement to the pink diamonds and cherry blossom theme, selective rose gold plating amplifies the stones’ famously colourful sparkle.
• Includes two certificates of authenticity. Harmonious comes with a numbered booklet that serves as a certificate of authenticity from the Royal Canadian Mint, and an additional certificate of authenticity from diamond manufacturer Crossworks Manufacturing.
Crafted by Manubois, the custom cabinet-style case features a polished piano finish and silver hardware. Inside the case, your Harmonious coin lies safely nestled in a removable insert; it also comes with a frame equipped with protective plexi-glass, a bracket for hanging on the wall, and an easel feature allowing for easy upright display. An additional tray holds a cleaning cloth and a pair of black gloves for safe handling.
The coin comes with a welcome letter hand-signed by the CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint, as well as two certificates of authenticity: one from diamond manufacturer Crossworks Manufacturing, and another in the form of a serialized booklet from the Royal Canadian Mint.