|Actual Metal Weight:||0.2249 ozt|
|Face Value:||75 dollars|
|Mint:||Royal Canadian Mint|
|Obverse Designer:||Susanna Blunt|
|Reverse Designer:||Shelagh Armstrong|
|Grade:||PF69 UCAM by NGC|
Gainesville Coins is now offering the 2007 Canada $75 Olympics Pride Proof Gold NGC PF69 UCAM, from the Royal Canadian Mint.This coin has been graded by the experts at NGC and given an astonishing grade of PF69. In addition to earning a score just one point from a "perfect" PF70, this proof gold coin is rated Ultra Cameo (UCAM) for its extraordinary finish.
This .583 fine gold coin was produced by the Royal Canadian Mint to honor Olympic Pride for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, held in Vancouver, Canada. This coin was also minted as legal tender, and carries a 75 dollar face value. Only 8,000 of these Olympic Pride coins were produced, making it an enviable addition to any collection.
This 75 dollar proof coin is part of a set made by the Canadian Mint which started in 2007 and ended in 2009. 3 coins were minted for each of those years, with the reverse side of the coin featuring a different Olympic or Canadian theme.
The reverse of this coin depicts a woman waving while a man holds a colorized version of the Canadian flag. Inscribed along the upper portion of the rim is "VANCOUVER 2010", while just to the right of the two people is the coins face value of 75 Dollars.
The obverse displays the bust of Queen Elizabeth II as envisioned by Royal Canadian Mint artist, Susanna Blunt.
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