Each 2014 Horse Privy coin is composed of 1 troy ounce of .9999 fine silver.
Added to the iconic Maple Leaf reverse is the Chinese character for horse, which honors the Year of the Horse. The privy mark is situated on the left of the leaf’s stem. Inscriptions read CANADA, FINE SILVER 1 OZ ARGENT PUR and 9999.
Susanna Blunt’s classic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II graces the obverse. ELIZABETH II, 5 DOLLARS and 2014 is inscribed.
Canadian Maple Leaf coins have become some of the world’s most trusted, popular bullion coins since their introduction in 1988. They are backed and guaranteed by the Canadian government, eligible for contribution in your precious metals IRA.
The 2014 Silver Maples commemorate the horse, which is one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. People born during the Year of the Horse are said to be intelligent, hardworking, energetic and quick-witted.