The 1983 $100 Gilberts Landing in Newfoundland 22K Gold Coin is a remarkable commemorative coin that pays homage to the historic site of Gilberts Landing in Newfoundland. This coin, minted in 22K gold, captures the essence of Newfoundland's rich history and heritage.
On the obverse side of the coin, you will find a detailed depiction of Gilberts Landing, showcasing the scenic beauty and significance of this historic location. The reverse side features the iconic Canadian maple leaf, a symbol of national pride.
With its $100 denomination and 22K gold composition, this coin holds both numismatic and intrinsic value. Its limited mintage and historical significance make it a sought-after collectible for enthusiasts of Canadian history and numismatics.
The 1983 $100 gold coin commemorates Gilbert's Landing in Newfoundland, signifying its historical significance as Britain's first overseas colony. Notably, this coin marks the first appearance of the word "CANADA" on the edge of Canadian coinage.
Owning this coin allows you to own a tangible piece of Newfoundland's history and heritage. It serves as a reminder of the cultural significance and scenic beauty of Gilberts Landing.
Weight = 19.97
Composition = 91.67% Gold, 8.33% Silver
Face Value = $100
Finish = Proof
1/2 Troy Ounce of Gold
Royal Canadian Mint
22 Karat Yellow Gold
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1/2 Troy Ounce
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