2011 Canada Silver $5 Grizzly Bear NGC graded MS68


2011 Canada Silver $5 Grizzly Bear NGC graded MS68
World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany on January 28, 2011. This auspicious occasion allowed it to introduce the new strike to many of the premier coin buyers, distributors and producers of the world.

Featured on the reverse of the silver bullion coin is a mature Grizzly Bear appearing as if to roar and standing on all four paws on the edge of a body of water. The reverse also includes the inscriptions of CANADA, 9999, FINE SILVER, 1 OZ, ARGENT PUR and the initials WW for the designer, Senior Mint Engraver William Woodruff.

    “The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to release the second coin in a uniquely Canadian pure silver bullion series that is sure to stand out in today’s competitive market,” said Ian E. Bennett, President and CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint. “Wildlife and nature are themes that resonate with buyers of Royal Canadian Mint products and we are pleased to offer bullion investors a product which exceeds expectations in terms of quality as well as design.”

Struck as legal tender of Canada, the obverse of the Grizzly Silver Bullion Coin contains the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This portrait was originally created in 2003 by artist Susanna Blunt.
Canada 1oz .9999 Fine Silver This 2011 Canadian Grizzly Bear $5 silver coin is a perfect example of an MS68 graded by NGC. This is a beautiful item, and would make a wonderful addition to any collection.