Gold Polar Bear And Cub Coin Quick Facts
- The purity is guaranteed .9999 by the Royal Canadian Mint.
- U.S. Government approved as an IRA asset.
- Over 3,000 U.S. and Canadian dealers make a liquid 2 way (buy/sell) market.
- 1/4 oz size provides fractional liquidity.
The Gold Polar Bear & Cub Coins May Not be Extinct but Many Investors May Never Spot One.
The premium 1/4 oz Gold Polar Bear and Cub coin was released in 2015 as a part of the Royal Canadian Mint’s coveted Wildlife Series. Although difficult to get due to it’s limited mintage, investors and collectors are quick to jump on any supply available making this coin one of the most desired in the marketplace.
This Coin Depicts One of Nature’s Most Majestic Animals.
Polar bears have adapted to survive and thrive in the bitter climate of Northern Canada. Their thick fat layer keeps them warm even during the most extreme winters. Winter is the time of the year they can go hunting, they need arctic ice for that. In summer when the ice has melted away they have enough body fat to live off. They don’t look like it but they are known to be remarkable swimmers. A skill they need in order to find sufficient food to grow their fat layer as much as possible before summer arrives.
The Negative Side of this Coin is that it can be Difficult to Acquire.
The popularity of the Royal Canadian Wildlife series and the limited amount of coins they release make it hard to get a hold of any significant quantity of this coin. Most dealers have completely sold out and if you can find a few coins here and there they’re oftentimes being pieced out one by one on platforms like Amazon and Ebay for a huge premium. Be sure to call CGE and ask about our Price Beater policy, we check all major discount exchanges to confirm the lowest sell price in the nation and then beat that. We do the same thing on the back end of the transaction when you’re selling to CGE.
The obverse features an elegant image of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt.
The reverse displays the touching scene of a polar bear family; a mother polar bear with her cub wandering their home landscape, the frozen Arctic sea ice. Below this stunning image the inscription reads “Fine Gold 1/4 OZ. OR PUR”, pur means fine gold in French.
5 Star Reviews From Around the Web on this Coin.
“A good addition to my collection. I really like the bear and cub, it is very unique.”
“This is fantastic. Thank you. Seriously… Thank You So So Much!”
“The coins look great. Gives me confidence.”
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The Certified Gold Exchange, is not a market maker on any product. We are a market beater on the buy and sell side of all our transactions. That means we check all major exchanges before making a quote on your selected items. Use our pricing guarantee when buying or selling by calling us at 1-800-300-0715 and asking for a Royal Canadian Mint wildlife specialist today.
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