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2015 1.25 oz $8 Silver Canadian Bison Monster Box (400 Coins, BU)

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The Royal Canadian Mint has unveiled a brand new design for a special 2015 1.25 oz Silver Canadian Bison Coin series. Today, you can purchase a brand new sealed monster box with 400 coins. Each monster box holds 20 mint-sealed tubes of 20 coins each for a total of 500 troy ounces. Because each box has never been opened, each coin contained within will be in brilliant uncirculated condition. Every coin contains 1 1/4 troy ounce of .9999 pure silver and has been given an $8 CAD face value by the Royal Canadian Mint.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 1 oz .9999 pure silver.
  • Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint.
  • Carries a $8 CAD face value backed by the Canadian government.
  • Available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
  • Ships in a monster box of 400 coins in 20 tubes of 20.

The Royal Canadian Mint has produced various bison-themed coins in the past but none have caught the eye of investors quite like these. This new coin is special for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, the design in use on this coin is brand new on the reverse side. Additionally, it is the first time the Royal Canadian Mint has produced a silver bullion coin in this weight (1 1/4 troy ounces). The 2015 1.25 oz $8 Silver Canadian Bison coins also have a brand new security feature to help combat counterfeiting.

On the reverse side of the 2015 1.25 oz $8 Silver Canadian Bison coins is the new imagery of the bison. A lone bison is seen galloping through the open fields of Canada, with a low hill visible in the background. Engravings on this side include “Canada 2015” and the weight, purity, and metal content of the coin.

Susana Blunt’s classic right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse, as is standard with all Canadian bullion coins. Her Majesty’s image is encircled by engravings of “Elizabeth II” and the face value of the coin in Canadian dollars. Each coin in this monster box of 400 has new radial lines that are expertly machined to prevent counterfeiting of the 2015 1.25 oz Silver Canadian Bison Coins.

The Royal Canadian Mint is a state-of-the-art minting facility with two separate locations in Canada, Winnipeg and Ottawa. The mint was founded by the British in 1908 to process gold and precious metals sourced from the Yukon Territories. Today they produce all of Canada’s circulating currency as well as medals, bullion, and collectible coins.

Silver.com is driven by customer satisfaction. If you have any questions about this monster box, individual 2015 1.25 oz $8 Silver Canadian Bison coins, or our purchasing process, simply call our associates at 888-989-7223. Our staff members can also be reached through the Silver.com live chat feature.

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Brand: Royal Canadian Mint

Year: 2015

Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated

Mint: Royal Canadian Mint

Silver Content: 1 1/4 Troy Ounces Per Coin (500 Troy Ounces Per Tube)

Purity: .9999 Fine Silver

Face Value: $8 CAD

Coin Diameter: 38mm

Coin Thickness: 4.1125mm

Mint Packaging: Tubes of 20, Monster Boxes of 400

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Lowest Price: $10370

Condition: New

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