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To many First Nations tribes, the moon is a sacred symbol. Because it brightens the darkness and rules the tides, the moon is seen as a powerful protector, grandmother, and matron of the earth. First Nations often carved masks to express the intimate relationship between nature and people—such as the Grandmother Moon, artist Richard Cochrane’s interpretation of the moon smiling down at him and onto the earth.
The Royal Canadian Mint has recreated the Grandmother Moon mask in ultra high relief to translate this beautiful hand-carved mask into a pure gold coin. With an extremely low mintage of only 500 coins, ensure you order yours today!
Your coin is a faithful reproduction of a wooden moon mask created in the mid-2000s by renowned Aboriginal artist Richard Cochrane. It recreates the wood grain of the old-growth Red Cedar used to carve the mask, preserves the two dark growth lines and the protective ring of eight New Zealand abalone shells. The reverse also features the word “CANADA,” the date “2013,” and the face value of “200 DOLLARS.”
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell case lined with a black flock and protected by a black sleeve.
This coin is an excellent collectible for premium collectors and fine gold buyers, as well as Canadiana and Aboriginal art enthusiasts.
A unique 99.999% gold ultra-high relief coin. (source: http://www.mint.ca)
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