Face Value : 5 Dollars
Purity : 99.99 %
Some of Canada’s most beautiful and important birds are commemorated in the Royal Canadian Mint’s collection of 4 coins called, the Birds of Prey series. This silver coin series was released by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2014 and 2015.
The first coin was launched in February 2014 (Peregrine Falcon), the second in August 2014 (Bald Eagle), the third in February 2015 (Red-tailed Hawk), and the final coin in August 2015 (Great Horned Owl).
Each piece is a full one-ounce coin made of 99.99% pure silver, the highest purity in bullion coins.
The trouble with such micro sets is that once they are released, and discontinued, they usually end up in the hands of private investors, who then either hang on to them long-term, or sell them a few years after they have been discontinued for a hefty premium. So, these coins are not only difficult to source, but very pricey to acquire.
However, if you have missed the series and began investing in silver only after these coins were released and completed, this is your chance to own the complete 4-coin set.
Only 25 full sets available.
Pictures are generic images. Coins may include milk spots, perhaps even a little tarnish in some cases, as well as surface level abrasions. Tarnish or dirt does not devalue the coins however. Such imperfections do not devalue the coin. Only deep scratched and actual damage caused from dropping them onto hard surfaces would devalue these coins.