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1 Ounce Silver Canada Maple Leaf - Grim Reaper - ARMAGEDDON IV Canada 2021 BU

1 Ounce Silver Canada Maple Leaf - Grim Reaper - ARMAGEDDON IV Canada 2021 BU 1 Ounce Silver Canada Maple Leaf - Grim Reaper - ARMAGEDDON IV Canada 2021 BU 1 Ounce Silver Canada Maple Leaf - Grim Reaper - ARMAGEDDON IV Canada 2021 BU 1 Ounce Silver Canada Maple Leaf - Grim Reaper - ARMAGEDDON IV Canada 2021 BU 1 Ounce Silver Canada Maple Leaf - Grim Reaper - ARMAGEDDON IV Canada 2021 BU
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1 Oz Maple Leaf Grim Reaper ARMAGEDDON IV Canada Ruthenium  2021

Auflage - Mintage : 400 - Delivery in Original Packaging from Mint

SERIEs : Maple Leaf Armageddon 2016 - 20xx

### Picture 4 all issues frm 2016 ###

 All previous issues  SOLD-OUT@Mint

Technische Daten - Coin Data :

- Kanada - 2022 - 5 CA-$ - BU - Special Digital Color Printing

- 1 oz = 31,1 g .999 Silber - Silver  

The Ace of Spades - The Death Card

The Ace of Spades in the French pack of cards occupies a special position among playing cards. In England, the manufacturers of playing cards used to have to pay a tax on each set delivered, which was then acknowledged with a stamp on the Ace of Spades. Furthermore, the manufacturer was obliged to show his data on the ace of spades.

In the Second World War, the Ace of Spades was used by soldiers as a good luck charm, 20 years later in the Vietnam War, in psychological warfare against the Viet Cong. In Vietnam, the Ace of Spades, the so-called death card, is considered a bad omen and a harbinger of sickness and death. That is why many GI's attached this card to their helmets to scare off the North Vietnamese and did not stop at putting an ace of spades in the mouth of dead soldiers of the North Vietnamese army. The Americans just know how to make themselves popular.

Last but not least, Saddam Hussein's face adorned the ace of spades of a pack of cards issued by the US army during the second Iraq war, each card bearing the photo of a wanted war criminal of the ruling regime. An attempt to take a playful approach to Headhunting?


The Grim Reaper is a spectral entity that is said to be the sentient manifestation of Death itself. Since the 15th century, Death has commonly been perceived to be an animated human skeleton, draped in pitch black robes and carrying a scythe. With this scythe, the Reaper severs the soul's last ties to life and grants the soul safe passage to the afterlife.

The Grim Reaper has often - falsely - been depicted as an evil spirit that preys on mortals. In truth, however, they are neither evil nor good, merely a force of nature and order. Death is a fundamental part of life and it is the Grim Reaper's duty to claim the souls of the deceased so as to maintain the balance of nature. The Reaper does not "kill" mortals, but merely guides their spirits to the next realm and it is not their place to judge souls or determine what will become of them.


The oldest Death figure who resembles the Grim Reaper myth is Thanatos, the Primordial embodiment of demise from Greco-Roman myth. Thanatos was one of two twin sons born to Nyx, the primordial goddess of Night with Thanatos's twin having been the sleep-god Hypnos. In Thanatos's most famous myth, he was captured and imprisoned by the Sysiphus, the mad king of Corinth. Thanatos was chained and bound in the castle of Sysiphus resulting in no living being on Earth being able to die which lead to an uproar from the God of War, Ares. Ares freed Thanatos and Sysiphus was sent to Tartarus, the Greek Hell.

The origin of the Grim Reaper figure comes from the Medieval Europe during the 14th century when more and more Europeans found themselves dying of the mysterious new plague known as "Black Death" (now known as Bubonic Plague). The Grim Reaper embodied the concept of the living being like wheat which the Reaper harvests when they grow too old, hence the reaper's scythe. Although the figure is generally devoid of religious ties the Reaper is often affiliated with the Horseman of Death from the Abrahamic faith, one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Due to this the Reaper is often portrayed as having a Pale Horse.

Special features: Coin comes in box with coa and outerpackaging

Motive: Grim Reaper Sensenmann ARMAGEDDON IV

Silvercoin: Grim Reaper Sensenmann ARMAGEDDON

Country of origin: Kanada

Nominal value: 5 CAD

Mint: The Royal Canadian Mint

Quality: --

Issue: 2021

Weight: 31,1 g

Fineness: Ag 9999

Diameter: Ø 38 mm

Border: --

Edition: 400

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