A hoard of century-old 90% pure gold coins – one of the largest of its kind – was recently unveiled! Shortly after these 1914 $10 coins were struck by the Canadian branch of Royal Mint, the government recalled them all to finance World War I. Stored in vaults for decades, most were never even released at all.
Then, in 2015, the vast majority of them were melted down. Only about five percent of the original mintage was spared. But Danbury Mint was able to secure a limited number of these “hand-selected”, rarely seen pieces of history in brilliant, uncirculated condition – even certified as MS “mint-state” 63.
The coin you will receive is:
- Composed of 90% pure gold.
- Certified as uncirculated MS63 or higher by PCGS, one of the most trusted coin-grading companies in the world.
- Presented in uncirculated condition, sonically sealed in a crystal-clear archival-quality case for worry-free viewing of every exquisite detail, front and back.
- Enhanced by an Information Booklet providing fascinating details about the hoard and the gold coins that survived the melting.
You coin will also arrive in a deluxe wooden display that measures approximately 4¼” x 5¼” x 1½”.
This product allows you the convenience of a gradual payment plan. You can pay in two monthly instalments.