The goose hunt has been an integral part of Aboriginal life for thousands of years. Every autumn and spring, communities located along migration paths would turn to the sky for this treasured
food source that could provide as much as four months’ supply for some coastal communities.
Item Number 130595
Composition: 99.99% pure silver
Weight (g)* : 23.17
Diameter (mm): 36.07
Face Value: $5
Artist: Tim Whiskeychan
Packaging: Marron clamshell with black beauty box
- 4th and FINAL coin in this series!
- A wonderful keepsake to celebrate one’s “brotherhood of hunters,” and pay tribute to the special times shared between men and boys during the annual ritual of goose hunting.
- A unique coin showcasing the rich Aboriginal heritage of North America—the perfect gift for history buffs, anyone with a passion for First Nations culture and traditions.
- Limited to 10,000 coins worldwide—a must-have work of art stunningly crafted in 99.99% pure silver.
Cree artist Tim Whiskeychan has created a wonderful design of a traditional Aboriginal hunter taking aim at a pair of Canada geese with his bow and arrow. He is wearing traditional Cree clothing. The hunter is hiding behind tall grass that would typically border a body of water where boreal forest meets grasslands. The snow melt on the water suggests this is a springtime goose hunt.