This $10 fine silver coin presents a full colour view of Panmure Island, and represents the province of Prince Edward Island. The coin is double dated 1867-2017 with a $10 denomination and weighs just over one half ounce of pure silver. The mintage is limited to 25,000. HST/GST exempt.
Based on a photograph taken by Canadian photographer Robert Hamilton, your coin features vibrant colour over the detailed engraved image of a seaside setting in Prince Edward Island. The evening sun casts its golden light upon the landscape, where the island's famously red rocks cast long shadows on the sand. On the grass-covered slope sits the province's oldest wooden lighthouse, the Panmure Island Head, which was built in 1853 on the northeast shore of Panmure Island. This octagonal-shaped lighthouse and the structure next to it appear brighter against the blue sky; adding to the idyllic nature of the scene are the grazing horses to the left of the lighthouse, while to the right, a flock of birds take flight over the water's edge. The reverse also features the engraved word "CANADA" and the dates "1867-2017" to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation.