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This 2014 $300 coin is struck into almost two ounces of 14kt gold, and boasts a 50mm diameter. It is the spectacular conclusion to the Royal Canadian Mint's 14kt gold coin series, which faithfully reproduces the Coat of Arms of Canada's ten provinces and three territories on 14 coins. This coin features the Federal Canadian Coat of Arms, engraved in phenomenal detail.
This coin is also engraved with the face value of "300 DOLLARS," and the word "CANADA," alongside the date "2014". Mintage is limited to just 500 worldwide.
The individual elements in the Federal Coat of Arms tell the story of Canada's creation. Proclaimed in 1921 by King George V as a representation of Canada, it features emblems representative of France (three Fleur-de-lis), England (three lions), Scotland (one lion within a "double tressure") and Ireland (the Harp of Tara). In 1994, the Coat of Arms was modified so that the Latin motto Desiderantes Meliorem Patrium ("they desire for a better country") could be added. The base of the Coat of arms shows a scrollwork of floral emblems, which allude to the four ancient kingdoms represented in the shield: the English rose, the Scottish thistle, the Irish shamrock, and the French lily. In 1959, the crest was modified to include Canada's motto, "from sea to sea."
• Mintage: 500
• 2014 $300 14kt Gold Proof Coin- Canadian Coats of Arms: Canada
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