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Birds of Canada: Goldfinch Quarter

$92.95
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The Goldfinch flies throughout southern Canada — and this coin will be a popular collectible for birders of all kinds!

The Goldfinch’s bright, canary-yellow plumage is reserved for the male while the female is more olive-hued. As the year progresses, the male’s colouring becomes increasingly subdued, as will the female’s. No other finch in the cardueline family displays such a striking difference in its summer and winter colours. Scientists believe this is because the Goldfinch goes through a unique springtime moult instead of gradually wearing down its feathers like other finches.

Coin Specifications:
Made By: Royal Canadian Mint
Year: 2010
Finish: Proof
Composition: Nickel plated steel
Weight: 12.61 g
Face Value: 25 cents
Mintage: 14,000
Artist: Arnold Nogy (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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Royal Canadian Mint

Birds of Canada: Goldfinch Quarter

$92.95

The Goldfinch flies throughout southern Canada — and this coin will be a popular collectible for birders of all kinds!

The Goldfinch’s bright, canary-yellow plumage is reserved for the male while the female is more olive-hued. As the year progresses, the male’s colouring becomes increasingly subdued, as will the female’s. No other finch in the cardueline family displays such a striking difference in its summer and winter colours. Scientists believe this is because the Goldfinch goes through a unique springtime moult instead of gradually wearing down its feathers like other finches.

Coin Specifications:
Made By: Royal Canadian Mint
Year: 2010
Finish: Proof
Composition: Nickel plated steel
Weight: 12.61 g
Face Value: 25 cents
Mintage: 14,000
Artist: Arnold Nogy (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)
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