The Wildlife Conservation coin series has been created to bring awareness to many animal species around the world that have become endangered. This coin design for 2013 features the polar bear, which is a species that resides in the Arctic, specifically on ice-covered waters. Scientists have estimated that less than 26,000 polar bears are left, making this species endangered. The 2013 $5 Proof Silver Cook Islands Wildlife Conservation Polar Bear Prism Coin can be purchased today from Silver.com.
- Packaged and shipped in a protective capsule!
- Exclusive release from the Wildlife Conservation coin collection!
- Certificate of Authenticity included!
- Limited mintage of only 2,500 coins.
- Contains less than One Troy Ounce of .925 silver.
- Face value of 5 Dollars (USD) with the country of origin as the Cook Islands.
- On the obverse is the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse shows a colorized image of a polar bear with its cub.
The 2013 $5 Proof Silver Cook Islands Wildlife Conservation Polar Bear Prism Coin is packaged and shipped to your door in a protective plastic capsule and includes a Certificate of Authenticity. Coin investors and collectors everywhere will enjoy the unique visual effects of this coin series due to the colorization of the animals. This 2013-coin has a limited mintage of only 2,500 coins, making it a truly special release in many ways.
The Wildlife Conservation coin collection has been manufactured and distributed to feature different animals around the world that are endangered. The Cook Islands Wildlife Conservation features three well-known animals that originate from the North Pole, South Pole, and under the sea. These animals include the polar bear, the penguin, and the humpback whale.
On the obverse of the 2013 $5 Proof Silver Cook Islands Wildlife Conservation Polar Bear Prism Coin, the profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is shown. This effigy was initially created by designer Raphael Maklouf and has been used on many coin releases from this mint. The obverse of this coin also features the coin’s country of origin, value, and the inscription, “ELIZABETH II”.
The reverse of the 2013 $5 Proof Silver Cook Islands Wildlife Conservation Polar Bear Prism Coin shows a multi-color prismatic image of a polar bear walking in its natural habitat with its cub. The adult bear is illustrated using a prism technique, while the cub blends into the background in greyscale. The reverse also shows the release year of the coin and two inscriptions: “PROTECTING OUR NATURAL HERITAGE FOR TOMORROW” and “WILDLIFE CONSERVATION”.
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