Cantabria Brown Bear


This coin is part of series Flora & Fauna of the Pyrenees



A series of coins dedicated to the wildlife in the Pyrenees. Andorra, a country located in the Pyrenees, issues the coins. A wonderful series for any animal lover and coin collector. Detailed relief showing a close up of the animal makes these coins a great object to show.
Cantabrian brown bear refers to a population of Eurasian brown bears (Ursus actos arctos) living in the Cantabrian Mountains of Spain. Females weigh, on average, 85kg but can reach a weight of 150kg. Males average 115kg though can weigh as much as 200kg. The bear measures between 1.6 2m in length and between 0.90 -1m at shoulder height. In Spain, it is known as the Oso pardo cantábrico and, more locally, in Asturias as Osu. It is timid and will avoid human contact whenever possible. The Cantabrian brown bear can live for around 25-30 years in the wild.


Key Selling Points:
Colorful box included
Rare low mintage, expected sell will occur very fast
European country

Specifications
Art.-No AD1001 Metal Silver
Country Andorra Fineness .999
Year 2010 Weight oz
Face Value 5 Diners Diameter 35 mm
Quality PROOF Mintage 3'000 pcs
Special Features -
Scope of Delivery Capsule, box and numbered certificate.
Availability Issued

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Box    
Crown Coin Year 2010    

This coin is part of the Flora & Fauna of the Pyrenees series.
The following coins are already issued in this series:

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