2024 $50 PEACE DOLLAR UHR PCGS PR70 FDOI SIGNED BY SUSANNA BLUNT 5 OUNCES .9999 SILVER

SKU: NK16714

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$995.00
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This 2024 Canadian Mint Peace Dollar is minted in five ounces of .9999 pure silver and has a high face value of $50. Only 1650 coins were minted with a special Ultra High Relief strike giving a 3-dimensional appearance. Another feature is that select parts of the design have been layered in gold. With only 1650 coins minted each legal tender piece is an absolute rarity. PCGS has certified this legal tender piece in perfect PR70 condition with the coveted First Day of Issue provenance. Susanna Blunt, the designer of the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that appears on all legal tender Canadian coinage signed this coin.

  • Limited edition. Mintage is limited to just 1650 coins worldwide.
  • Special UHR design creates a 3-dimensional appearance.
  • Ultra-high relief. UHR technology lifts the allegory of lady peace to greater heights by adding extra depth and detail.
  • 5 oz. of pure silver! Each coin features a highly reflective proof finish that ensures every engraved detail stands out.
  • The obverse design has a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies of Queen Elizabeth II that have graced Canadian coins and the double date 1952 – 2022.
  • Double headed coin design with three dates 2024 & 1952-2022

 

Lady Peace is depicted in profile with her hair crowned in a wreath of olive branches and maple leaves. She is flanked by her name “PAX” (the Latin word for “Peace”) and the year “2024”, while Canada’s national motto, “A MARI USQUE AD MARE” (“From sea to sea”) appears overhead. The obverse features selective gold layering and the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.

 

Each Peace Dollar is a powerful representation of Canada’s ongoing dedication to universal human rights and world peace. Before becoming Prime Minister of Canada, Lester B. Pearson was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the first UN peacekeeping force. In the decades since, UN peacekeepers have helped de-escalate conflicts and save lives throughout the world.

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