Galloping horse features on $100 silver coin



A $100 silver coin featuring a running horse is the latest issue from the Royal Canadian Mint, and only 45,000 will be released.

The 2015 $100 Canadian Horse Silver Coin is the latest in the mint’s series of one ounce, 99.99% pure silver coins that sell at their legal tender face values of $100.

The four previous releases, a bison in 2013, and grizzly, bald eagle, and bighorn sheep coins in 2014, all sold out.

Designed by Canadian artist Claudio D’Angelo, the coin features a horse galloping in a Canadian country landscape.

An illustrated display box accompanies each purchase. There is a household ordering limit of three in place.

There is also a subscription option available. Subscribers will automatically receive this year’s second $100 for $100 coin, which is expected to launch in June. The coin’s theme has not been revealed.

The coin is selling with free shipping.

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One thought on “Galloping horse features on $100 silver coin

  • December 9, 2020 at 10:38 pm

    I love the Canada Mint animal series. They fully complete my collection together with the American Eagles. Actually I can’t wait to order the new design in 2021.


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