Description

 

Gold Canadian Howling Wolf, 200 Dollar, 1oz Gold, 2014

The one ounce “Howling Wolf” 200 dollar gold coin is yet another groundbreaking bullion coin to be produced by the innovations of the Royal Canadian Mint. The first of a collectible series, this one ounce gold gem is struck with a .99999 (five 9’s) purity and represents the natural heritage of the country. The Howling Wolf is the first circulated bullion coin to produce a coin with 99.999% purity and is therefore one of the most sought after coins on the bullion market. 

Why buy Gold “Howling Wolf” coins?

With a face value of 200 dollars and the highest purity of gold content in any precious metal consumer product, the Canadian Howling Wolf gold coin represents an excellent investment. The coin is the first of three collectibles in the RCM’s “Call of the Wild Gold Series” making the coins even more valuable if you collect all three.

Not only that, but the limited mintage make the coins highly prized assets and the series is already proving to be a strong performer in the market. The attention to detail in the design and the overall beauty of the coin has an eye-catching appeal, but it is the promise of a solid ROI that has most captured the imaginations of buyers.

Design

The one ounce gold coin features a grey wolf on the reverse, a native wild animal prevalent in Canada. As the name of the coin indicates the enigmatic beast is depicted howling, with minute detail in the close-up image encompassing the ferociousness of the species. The reverse side also indicates the country of origin, the coin weighs 1 oz. and has a gold content of .99999. On the bottom ridge is a small emblem of the maple leaf which is the security tag.

The “gray” wolf embodies the idea of Canada’s cast wilderness and the depiction of the howling wolf was designed by Pierre Leduc. The French Canadian artist is no stranger to the Royal Canadian Mint and has previously produced their 1998 sea life collection which included the Killer Whale, Humpback Whale, Beluga Whale and Blue Whale.

The obverse side of the Howling Wolf has the traditional portrait of Queen Elizabeth II which has featured in Canadian struck coins since 2003. The year the coin was made (2014) and the face value of 200 dollars is inscribed above the bottom rim.

These coins are in limited edition so submit an appointment and own this one-of-a-kind coin today!