Canada, George V, gold $10 | The Royal Mint

Canada, George V, Gold $10

  • Formally part of the Canadian gold reserve
  • Struck in 1914, the first year of World War One
  • Obverse engraving by Sir Edgar Bertram MacKennal
  • Struck in 22 Carat Gold
  • Contains more Gold than the Double Sovereign - 16.7g
  • 27mm diameter
  • Struck at The Royal Mint in Ottawa

Canada, George V, Gold 10 Dollars, issued in 1914. (0.4838 oz actual gold weight) Ruler: George V, Obverse: Crowned bust of George V. Reverse: Arms within wreath, date and denomination below. This coin has been encapsulated by a third party grading company denoting it's status as a coin from the Canadian Gold reserve.

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