The Royal Canadian Mint has gained its reputation for producing some of the purest bullion coins in the world with the Canadian Silver Wildlife Series.
As the last surviving member of the Antilocapridae family, the sprightly Antelope is a beloved symbol of Canada’s bountiful wildlife and as part of the Wildlife Series, the 2013 Canadian Antelope silver coin contains 1oz of .9999 fine silver.
The observe features a graceful walking Antelope, designed by famed Canadian artist, Emily S. Damstra and the reverse honors Australia’s Queen Elizabeth II, her portrait in the center and the rim bears the words “ELIZABETH II,” and “5 DOLLARS 2013.”
Because the Canadian Silver Wildlife Antelope 1 oz is minted and guaranteed as to weight and purity by the Royal Canadian Mint it is recognized and accepted as a world standard and its legal tender value while symbolic adds a special plus because it provides the guarantee of a sovereign nation.
The Royal Canadian Mint limited production of the Antelope to one million coins. This number is small enough to produce collector.