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2013 Canada $20 Candy Cane Fine Silver Coin

2013 Canada $20 Candy Cane Fine Silver Coin

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2013 Canada $20 Candy Cane Fine Silver Coin

This exceptionally beautiful coin is the first coin in the Royal Canadian Mint's series featuring an engraved and painted festive design with one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted Venetian holiday element created by Cortella & Ballarin s.n.c, a master glassmaker in Murano, Italy.

Designed by Canadian artist Maurice Gervais, the reverse image features a collection of holiday symbols, including a cluster of poinsettia leaves beneath a decorative ornament, a five-pointed star and a red, white and green glass candy.

Item number: 125498
Face Value: 20 dollars
Mintage: 10,000
Composition: 99.99% pure Silver
Diameter (mm): 38
Weight (g): 31.39
Edge: Serrated
Finish: Proof with colour
Certificate: Serialized

Special Features:
- This exceptional coin's Venetian glass candy cane was handcrafted by a master glass-maker in Murano, Italy. Murano glass is prized around the world for its clear, vibrant colours.
- This is the fourth coin in a series of world-renowned Royal Canadian Mint coins featuring one-of-a-kind Venetian glass embellishments on beautifully engraved and painted festive design.
- Design is finely engraved and meticulously presented in a beautiful proof finish (frosted raised elements on a mirror background).
- A fantastic collector's item as well as a unique and beautiful gift to celebrate the holiday season.
- All previous Murano coins have sold out quickly.
- This low-mintage 99.99% fine silver coin comes in a Royal Canadian Mint branded clamshell case.

Coin is encapsulated and presented in a maroon clamshell case lined with flock and protected by a black sleeve.

Please note: This product is no longer tax exempt due to modifications to the coin, including (but not limited to):
• Embellishments such as sculptures or moving parts
• Crystals, gemstones or diamonds embedded into the coin
• Sculptures and/or other moving parts
Please see The Royal Canadian Mint's FAQ for more details.
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