Fine Silver Coin - Largemouth bass. Fish of North America (2015).First issue of the new Series of four silver coins on Fish of North America. A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). The largemouth is an olive green fish, marked by a series of dark, sometimes black, blotches forming a jagged horizontal stripe along each flank. The upper jaw maxilla of a largemouth bass extends beyond the rear margin of the. In comparison to age, a female bass is larger than a male. The largemouth is the largest of the black basses, reaching a maximum recorded overall length of 29.5 in (75 cm). And a maximum unofficial weight of 25 pounds 1 ounce (11.4 kg). The fish lives 16 years on average(give or take a few years). Four Coins in the Fish of North America Series. Largemouth bass - issued in February 2015.
Northern Pike - issued in March 2015. Walleye - issued in April 2015. Rainbow trout Rainbow - issued in May 2015. Fine Silver Coin - Northern Pike. Second issue of the new Series of four silver coins on Fish of North America.
(Esox lucius), known simply as a. In Britain, Ireland, most of Canada, and most parts of the USA, (also called jackfish or simply "northern" in the Upper Midwest of the USA and in Manitoba, Canada), is a species.They are typical of brackish. Of the Northern Hemisphere i. Pike grow to a relatively large size: the average length is about 70120 cm (2847 in). Even so, lengths of up to 150 cm (59 in) and weights of 25 kg (55 lb) are very rare. The heaviest specimen known so far was caught in 1983 at an abandoned stone quarry in Germany, where the species is called.
This specimen was 147 cm (58 in) long and weighed 31 kg (68 lb). The longest pike ever recorded and confirmed was 152 cm (60 in) long and weighed 28 kg (62 lb).A pike of 60.5 in (154 cm) was caught and released in May 2004 in Apisko Lake, Manitoba. Historic reports of giant pike, caught in nets in Ireland. In the late 19th century, of 4142 kg (9093 lb) with a length of 173175 cm (6768 in), were researched by Fred Buller and published in.
The Domesday Book of Mammoth Pike. Neither Britain nor Ireland has managed to produce much in the way of giant pike in the last 50 years, so substantial doubt exists surrounding those earlier claims. Recognizes a 25 kg (55 lb) pike caught by Lothar Louis in Lake of Greffern, Germany, on 16 October 1986, as the all-tackle world-record northern pike. Northern Pike - will be issued in March 2015. Walleye - will be issued in April 2015.
Rainbow trout Rainbow - will be issued in May 2015. Series of four silver coins - Fish of North America. Third issue of the new Series of four silver coins - Fish of North America. (Sander vitreus , formerly Stizostedion vitreum) is a freshwater perciform fish native to most of Canada and to the Northern United States.It is a North American close relative of the European pikeperch. The walleye is sometimes called the yellow walleye to distinguish it from the blue walleye, which is a subspecies that can be found in the southern Ontario and Quebec regions. In some parts of its range, the walleye is known as the walleyed pike , colored pike , yellow pike or pickerel esp. In English-speaking Canada, although the fish is not related to other species of pikes which are members of the family Ecocidae. Walleyes show a fair amount of variation across watersheds. In general, fish within a watershed are quite similar and are genetically distinct from those of nearby watersheds. The species has been artificially propagated for over a century and has been planted on top of existing populations or introduced into waters naturally devoid of the species, sometimes reducing the overall genetic distinctiveness of populations. Your coin include edge lettering that lists the coin's metal weight and purity: "9999 Fine Silver 1 oz 9999 Argent pur 1 oz".
A low mintage of only 6,500 makes this subscription especially exclusive. Your coins are GST/HST exempt with a worldwide limited mintage. Composition 99.99% pure silver. Fourth coin in The North American Sportfish coins.
The final release in the Royal Canadian Mints new series of 99.99% pure silver coins celebrating North American sportfish features the elusive rainbow trout. This last issue in the Royal Canadian Mints four-coin sportfish series features a beautifully detailed image of one of North Americas most sought-after sportfish: the Rainbow Trout. This fine silver proof coin has been expertly engraved and enhanced with a variety of polishes to accent the natural attributes of this beautiful species. A premium version of this rainbow trout was recently released on a stunning 1 oz platinum coin. The sportfish series also includes a 1 oz gold version of the first release, the largemouth bass.
Features edge lettering bearing the coins metal weight: 9999 Fine Silver 1 oz 9999 Argent pur 1 oz. A low mintage of only 6,500 makes this coin especially exclusive. An exciting gift for the anglers and sports lovers in your life! The reverse design by Canadian artist Curtis Atwater presents a portrait of a rainbow trout in its natural habitat.The image centres around the rainbow trout, viewed from its left side. The front of its body is angled toward the viewer while its tail curls behind it and to the left in the background. This presentation highlights the trouts unique torpedo-shaped body with small head, characteristic speckling, and shaded stripe along its side. The fish hovers near a fallen tree branch, which fills the background, in a shallow, gravel-bottomed river. Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a color beauty box.
Material: Pure Silver (99.99%). The item "Canada 4 x 1 oz.99,99 % Fine Silver Coin 4 coins Fish of North America (2015)" is in sale since Saturday, October 21, 2017. This item is in the category "Monnaie\Pièces - Canada\Commémoratif". The seller is "alexsilvercoins" and is located in Verdun. This item can be shipped worldwide.