KAYAKING ON THE RIVER Celebrating 150th Anniversary Moneda Plata 10$ Canada 2017

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Second in an exciting 13 Fine Silver coin series as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, that showcases Canada’s iconic flora, fauna, landscapes and landmarks. This coin showcases a classic canadian icon, the kayaking on the river, in one of the many lakes that are part of Canada’s famously scenic landscape. Limited mintage to 25.000 pieces in the world.

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Específicas
País Canadá
Año 2017
Valor Facial 10 Dólares
Metal Plata
Finura 999/1000
Peso (g) 15.87
Diámetro (mm) 34
Calidad Proof
Tirada (uds) 25.000
Certificado de Autenticidad
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Kayak
A kayak is a small boat that is driven by manpower. It typically has a covered deck, and a cockpit covered by a spraydeck. It is propelled by a double-bladed paddle by a sitting paddler. The kayak was used by the native Ainu, Inuit, Aleut and Eskimo hunters in sub-Arctic regions of northeastern Asia, North America and Greenland. Modern kayaks come in a wide variety of designs and materials for specialized purposes. Kayaks typically are built for one, two or occasionally three paddlers who sit facing forward in one or more cockpits below the deck of the boat. The spray skirt or similar waterproof garment attaches securely to the edges of the cockpit, so that no water from waves or spray may enter the boat. Therefore in most styles the boat can roll upright again without it filling with water or ejecting the paddler. Kayaks differ distinctly in design and history from canoes, which are craft propelled by single-bladed paddles by a kneeling paddler, although some modern canoes may be difficult for a non-expert to distinguish from a kayak. Kayaks are often called canoes in Great Britain and Ireland.

 
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