Amber eyes peer out of the darkness as night falls on the Canadian wilderness. With its combined use of glow-in-the-dark technology and colourful enamel effect, this third and final coin in the Animal Eyes series re-creates the luminous gaze of a legend of the wild, Canis lupus, whose keen eyesight facilitates any crepuscular activity.
Item Number: 163452
Composition: 99.99% pure silver
Weight (g): 23.17
Diameter (mm): 36
Face Value: $15
Artist: Curtis Atwater
Packaging: Maroon clamshell with black beauty box
- THIRD AND FINAL coin in the Animal Eyes series, which brings you face-to-face with Canadian wildlife species known for their remarkable eyesight!
- THE EYES HAVE IT: To colourfully emphasize the eyes, our innovative enamel effect mimics the glossy look of colour enamel, but with more life-like complexity than ever achieved before!
- PEERING OUT FROM THE DARK: A fitting tribute to a species known for its crepuscular activities, your coin also features glow-in-the-dark technology! Hold your coin under a light source for 30-60 seconds then view the coin in darkness, where the colourful eyes glow—as they would during a nighttime encounter with limited light!
- Previous coins featuring animal eyes have proved to be a hit with collectors, who have clamoured for more! Given its limited mintage, magnificent craftsmanship and enhanced artistic design, this series will likely be highly sought after!
The amber-coloured eyes convey the wolf’s intelligence and strength in this reverse design by Canadian artist Curtis Atwater. Complex engraving captures the wild canine’s likeness in remarkable detail, whether it’s the fine whiskers protruding from its muzzle or the textured appearance of the thick fur. Special emphasis is placed on the eyes, where an enamel effect mimics the glossy look of a traditional paint application but with far more colour variation, which gives each iris a more life-like appearance. The design is further enhanced by glow-in-the-dark technology, which evokes the luminous glow of the wolf’s eyes when encountered in low-light conditions. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.