Birds of Prey Series - Silver Bald Eagle Monster Box (SEALED)

Specifications

Out of stock

Year: 2014
Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated
Weight (Au, Ag, Pt): 500 ozt
Minted by: Canadian Mint
Mintage: 1,000,000
Face Value: CAD$5
IRA: Approved
Packaging: Monster Box (Sealed)
Coins Per Tube: 25
Purity: .9999
Sell to Us: Spot + $1.00

Volume Pricing

1-4 $10,220.00 ea.
  • 5+ $10,200.00 ea.
The Silver Bald Eagle is a limited edition mintage of only 1,000,000 coins. The coin is the second of four in the biannual series. The coin is 1-ounce 99.99% pure silver crafted in bullion finish. An apex predator with no natural enemies as an adult, the amazing Bald Eagle has long been a potent symbol of vision, power, and stoicism. The adult boasts a wing span of more than 2 meters, a standing height of about 1 meter, and an average weight of up to 7 kilograms. Nesting in tall trees near large bodies of water and well away from human habitation, Bald Eagles survive on a diet of fish, birds, invertebrates, and small mammals, but are opportunistic feeders that will also steal from other predators and eat carrion.

The 1 oz. Silver Bald Eagle is 38 mm in diameter and 2.87 mm thick.

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