Gray Wolf Gold Select
The Gray Wolf, also known as the Timber Wolf, is the largest of the wild dogs in North America.
Possessing a stocky body and powerful limbs, the Gray Wolf averages 4-5 feet in length and typically weighs up to 80 pounds. Traveling in packs, these territorial animals exhibit an impressive range, sometimes migrating several hundred miles in search of hunting grounds. Fierce predators, Gray Wolves often attack mammals much larger than themselves, such as moose, elk, and deer.
Part of the Montana Wildlife Series, this coin features a detailed depiction of a Gray Wolf on its obverse. Bordered by a classic wreath design, the reverse contains a space for engraving.
Minted in .999 pure silver, this coin is selectively plated in 24-karat gold. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, each piece comes sealed in a durable Lucite capsule and mounted in a museum-quality leatherette presentation box.
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