|Manufacturer||MONNAIE ROYALE CANADIENNE|
|Face value||50 CANADIAN CENTS|
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Shipping fees :
8.00 $ CAN dest. Quebec
9.00 $ CAN dest. Canada
10.00 $ CAN dest. International
17.00 $ CAN dest. USA
Composition : 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper
Tirage : 123,628 sets
Canada's Birds of prey
Referred to as raptors, (from the latin word rapere which ''to seize or grasp''), these birds include hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls. They are exceptional hunters, capturing prey in their sharp curved talons and using their hooked beaks to pluck feathers, break bones, and tear food into small piees. Unlike most animals, female raptors tend to be larger than male. Experly struck by the Royal Canadian Mint, the Fifty Cent Sterling Silver set contains four proof quality coins (frosted relief on a brilliant background).
The "Discovering nature" serie began in 1995 and finished in 2000. These are the 6 set which are part of the serie:
- "Birds of Canada", released in 1995
- "Little wild ones", released in 1996
- "Canada's best friends", released in 1997
- "Ocean Giants", released in 1998
- "Cats of Canada", émis en 1999
- "Birds of prey", released in 2000.
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