1978 $100 1/2 oz Canadian Unity Gold Coin 22 kt - Proof
This $100 1/2 oz Gold coin shows Canadian geese in flight, symbolic of Canadian national unity. This .9167 Gold coin contains .5 oz of actual Gold weight.
- Contains 0.5 oz actual Gold weight.
- Comes in protective packaging or in original packaging. Case has some damage on the white material behind the COA at top inside (see photos)
- Mintage of 200,000.
- Obverse: Right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value.
- Reverse: Features a flock of Canadian geese flying in their distinctive “V” formation.
The 1978 $100 1/2 oz Canadian Unity Gold Coin is a historic and valuable coin that holds significance in Canadian history. This coin, minted in 22 kt pure gold, commemorates the theme of unity in Canada.
The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the reigning monarch of Canada at the time. The reverse side showcases a design that symbolizes the unity of Canada, with various elements representing the diverse regions and cultures of the country. The iconic maple leaf, a national symbol of Canada, takes center stage, surrounded by other symbols that represent different provinces and territories.
With its 1/2 oz weight and 22 kt purity, this coin is not only a cherished collectible but also a valuable investment piece. The combination of its historical significance, limited mintage, and precious metal content makes it highly sought after by both collectors and investors