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Limited Edition Gold Coins at Bullion Prices: RCM’s Elk Just Released

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Have you always wanted a limited edition coin without wanting to pay a high collectible price?  The solution is here: the 2017 1 oz Gold Elk!  This beautiful coin is the fourth and potentially final coin in the Royal Canadian Mint’s popular “Call of the Wild Series.”  It is a limited edition coin, only produced during the year 2017!  It’s a beautiful coin, but the real beauty is in the price.

This limited edition coin has bullion pricing and priced less than the common 1 oz Gold Eagle! This is the perfect coin for bullion investors and collectors. Call now to take advantage of this incredible offer (888) 465-3160.

These coins are crafted from the world’s highest standard of pure gold at 99.999%. Each Gold Elk comes sealed with an assay card of authenticity and features the Royal Canadian Mint’s micro laser engraved anti-counterfeiting feature. 

(Assay card with security engraving.)

Coin Features

  • 99.999% pure gold – the highest standard of pure gold in the world
  • Highest Face Value ($200 Canadian) of any legal tender 1 oz bullion coin
  • Come sealed with assay cards of authenticity
  • All three previous coins in the series have proven to be extremely liquid with very high resale values 


Although it is part of a limited edition, the Elk is even less expensive than the 1 oz American Gold Eagle, containing more purity than the 1 oz Canadian Maple Leaf coin.

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*Minimum purchase: 2 coins. International shipping rates apply. Promotion good through Tuesday, March 14 at 6 PM EST.

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