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GRIM REAPER Armageddon IV 1 oz Silver Coin $5 Canada 2021

US $139.87
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Product Description

This incredible Silver coin is the forth release in the “Armageddon” series, dedicated to one of the most feared and scary personification – the Grim Reaper. The coin is plated in Black Ruthenium, has a wonderful coloration.

Grim Reaper (Death)

Death, also known as the Grim Reaper, is frequently imagined as a personified force, due to its prominent place in human culture. In some mythologies, the Grim Reaper causes the victim's death by coming to collect them. In turn, people in some stories try to hold on to life by avoiding Death's visit, or by fending Death off with bribery or tricks. Other beliefs hold that the Spectra of Death is only a psych pomp, serving to sever the last ties between the soul and the body, and to guide the deceased to the afterlife, without having any control over when or how the victim dies. Death is most often personified in male form, although in certain cultures Death is perceived as female (for instance, Marzanna in Slavic mythology). 

The reverse of the coin features the incredible colored image of a Grim Reaper with an hourglass over a flaming background. All around the reverse, the inscriptions: “CANADA” – the issuing country, “9999” – the fineness of the Silver, “FINE SILVER”, “1 OZ” – the weight of the coin and “ARGENT PUR”. The obverse of the coin features an image of an apocalyptic world over the image of the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions: “ARMAGEDDON II” – the name of the series, “5 DOLLARS” – the face value and “2021” – the year of issue.

“Grim Reaper Series” 

Country Canada
Denomination 5 Dollars
Year 2021
Quality BU
Material Silver  9999/1000  
Weight (g) 1 oz
Diameter       38.61 mm
Mintage pcs 400
Certificate (COA) Yes
Presentation case (box) Yes

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This coin is no longer legal tender because it is an adapted/altered version of an original “legal tender”, enhanced by a private Mint, which is not related in any way to original Mint.