2018 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin - Thomas Edison Light Bulb Privy
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2018 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins
These particular 2018 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins from the Royal Canadian Mint bear a unique light bulb privy mark, marking Canada's crucial contributions in the invention of the electric lightbulb.
Henry Woodward, a Canadian inventor, originally patented the electric lightbulb in 1874. Although it wasn't until he sold the patent to Thomas Edison that the bulb was modified to be commercially viable, Woodward's invention paved the way of the lit up cities that we take for granted today.
Each of these coins contains 1 troy ounce of 0.9999 pure silver. Moreover, they are considered legal tender with face values of $5 (CAD).
The obverses of these coins bear the familiar portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, rendered by Susanna Blunt in 2005.
On the other hand, the reverse sides feature the majestic maple leaf, an important Canadian symbol, in gorgeous detail -- showcasing criss-crossing veins to enhance the design. The light bulb privy is imprinted right below the leaf design.
Grab these 2018 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins and maintain complete sets of the famous Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins, while adding 0.9999 pure silver to your precious metals portfolios.
Quantities of 25 ship in the original sealed mint tube and quantities of 500 ship in the original sealed RCM "Monster box".
Diameter: 38 mm
Metal Content: 1 Troy Oz
Tube Quantity: 25
Mint Box Quantity: 500