The Royal Canadian Mint has released the second coin within the $200 for $200 series. The popular format, which spans several different denominations, offers a 99.99% pure silver coin for its legal tender face value.
The $200 for $200 coins are being released within a design series entitled “Landscapes of the North”, which features 360 style designs. The first release of the series from last year featured towering forests.
The present release takes focus on the coastal waters. A circular arrangement of sea creatures, boats, and coastal structures appears amidst a swirl of water. The inscriptions include “CANADA” and “200 DOLLARS 2015”.
On the obverse of the coin is the Susanna Blunt portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
Each coin is struck in 99.99% pure silver with a matte proof finish. The weight is 62.69 grams and the diameter is 50 mm.
The maximum mintage for this release has been established at 25,000 pieces with an ordering limit of two coins per household. The previous release within the series had carried a mintage of 20,000 pieces and ordering limit of two coins per household.
For additional information or to place an order, please visit the Royal Canadian Mint product page.