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2014 3-Coin Nanaboozhoo Set - Pure Silver, Gold & Platinum Coins
2014 3-Coin Nanaboozhoo Set - Pure Silver, Gold & Platinum Coins
 
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Our Price: $694.85 ** Tax Exempt **
Year: 2014


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Product Code: 557179



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These pure coins combine a low mintage and an interesting Native Canadian theme. Each coin is double struck with a near flawless frosted cameo proof finish – the highest collector quality produced.

$5 Pure Platinum Coin - Portrait of Nanaboozhoo Mintage: 3,000
The design features a portrait of Nanaboozhoo, a favourite character in Native Canadian storytelling and mythology. Nanaboozhoo was both a trickster figure and culture hero, who often showed great bravery and courage in his exploits. As a shapeshifting spirit, he teaches right from wrong through his adventures, while offering lessons on how to live in harmony with the natural world.

$5 Pure Gold Coin - Portrait of Nanaboozhoo Mintage: 3,000
The design features a portrait of Nanaboozhoo, a favourite character in Native Canadian storytelling and mythology. Nanaboozhoo was both a trickster figure and culture hero, who often showed great bravery and courage in his exploits. As a shapeshifting spirit, he teaches right from wrong through his adventures, while offering lessons on how to live in harmony with the natural world.

$20 Fine Silver Coin - Nanaboozhoo and the Thunderbird Mintage: 8,500
This coin was designed by Canadian Ojibwa artist Cyril Assiniboine, and presents an artistic depiction of the Legend of Nanaboozhoo using a brilliant gold and silver contrast of selective gold plating. After climbing the highest cliff to reach the Thunderbirds’ nest, Nanaboozhoo has incurred the horrible wrath of the Thunderbirds by plucking feathers from their young to strengthen his arrow. One Thunderbird looms in the background as it closes in on Nanaboozhoo, with lightning crackling from its eyes and thunder rolling from its beak. A full-face view of Nanaboozhoo allows for his traditional Western Ojibwa dress to be seen in greater detail.
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