1 oz. Pure Silver Coloured Coin - Murano Holiday Reindeer - Mintage: 5,000 (2018)
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1 oz. Pure Silver Coloured Coin - Murano Holiday Reindeer - Mintage: 5,000 (2018)

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1 oz. Pure Silver Coloured Coin - Murano Holiday Reindeer - Mintage: 5,000 (2018)

$152.95 CAD
Mintage: 5,000
STATUS:
Canada and US only

LOWER MINTAGE THAN PREVIOUS! Captures the magic of Christmas! Order today!

The jingle of bells, the patter of hooves—these are the sounds many children yearn to hear each Christmas Eve. This pure silver coin rekindles that sense of wonder and enchantment. The colourful clarity of Murano glass lends itself beautifully to recreating one of Santa's reindeer in outstanding detail. Pulling the toy-laden sleigh from rooftop to rooftop on a snowy night, our glass reindeer is the perfect reminder that magic is in the air during this festive season.

An ideal Christmas present this winter holiday! Order your coin today!

Special features:
  • BREATHTAKING! Your Murano-glass reindeer features a breathtaking amount of colourful detail from the dark-coloured antlers and hooves, to the bell-dotted harness that famously jingles on this magical night.
  • UNIQUE! Expertly handcrafted by Italian glassmakers, each Murano glass reindeer is unique to each coin. With an outstanding amount of details on such a small scale, your reindeer is testament to the centuries-old techniques that have made Murano glass such a highly prized art form.
  • A TREASURED CHRISTMAS KEEPSAKE! The artistry on your coin helps preserve fun memories of holidays past and present, which often set the tone for a lifetime of special holiday moments.
  • LOW MINTAGE! Only 5,000 coins will be made available worldwide, a lower mintage than last year's Murano holiday coin. Hurry and order yours today before they are all gone!
  • INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE! The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins.
  • ONE-OUNCE 99.99% PURE SILVER COIN! Your coin is GST/HST exempt!

Design:

Designed by Canadian artist Anna Bucciarelli, your coin takes to the skies on Christmas Eve to capture the magic of the holiday season! The snow-blanketed setting below features colour over engraving that re-creates mountains, tall evergreens and a row of homes. As night falls, indoor lighting casts a warm glow from within, while just beyond a front door lies a snowman that hints at the presence of children. But the viewer's gaze naturally gravitates towards the "sky" that fills most of the field, where precision-engraved snowflakes are as unique and intricate as their real-life counterparts. Laden with toys and gifts, Santa's red and gold-coloured sleigh makes its way through this gentle snowfall, pulled by an exquisite Murano glass reindeer. The colourful reindeer-shaped piece is handcrafted by Italian glassmakers, and is unique to each coin. The reverse also features the engraved word "CANADA", the year "2018" and the face value "20 DOLLARS".

Did you know…
  • Aside from Rudolph, can you name Santa's eight original reindeer? They were first introduced in the 1823 poem A Visit From St. Nicholas (more commonly known as ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas), credited to Clement Clarke Moore. They are: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen.
  • Rudolph was introduced in a children's book published in 1939, but became one of Santa's most famous reindeer after the release of the 1949 Christmas song—now a beloved holiday standard!
  • "Donner" and "Blitzen" are of German origin, meaning "thunder" and "lightning" (respectively)—but that's not quite how these two reindeer were originally known. When the poem was originally published in 1823, their names were "Dunder" and "Blixem"—two Dutch words meaning "thunder" and "lightning." This was changed to "Donder and Blitzen" in 1844, and finally "Donner and Blitzen" in the 1949 song that made Rudolph famous.
  • Check your pockets: there's a "reindeer" on one of Canada's circulation coins! Reindeer are more commonly referred to as "caribou" in North America. With a few exceptions, Canada's 25-cent coin has typically featured Rangifer tarandus on its reverse since 1937, when Emanuel Hahn's caribou design was first introduced.

Packaging:

Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a black beauty box.

Order today!

Reviews

Defective

1

I purchased 2 of these coins and both were defective. The reindeers on each were glued incorrectly. On one coin the reindeer was glued upside down and on the other coin it was glued with the reindeer head facing downward.

Alice

Ottawa

No

2 coins defective

1

Receive 2 coins and the reindeer in each coin came are loose, improperly glued or something. Received a return shipping label from the mint and sent back. Very poor quality

RD

Toronto, Ontario

No

The best of all the Murano-Glass one ounce coins!!

5

I have all of the murano-glass one ounce coins starting with the first ladybug coin and all of the holiday ones. This is by far the most intricate, detailed and impressive one ounce murano-glass coin thus far!!!!!!! I would buy one for everyone on my Christmas list if I had the money. This would be a wonderful stocking stuffer that anyone could enjoy! Thank you!

Silver 1320

Pittsburgh, Pa

Yes

Amazing Coin

5

There is a big chance that this coin will go high in value because of the error in the year of issue, this coin was made for this year holiday, but the year on the coin is 2018

Coin Hunter

Brampton, ON

Yes

arrived defective

1

arrived defective. the murano reindeer was improperly glued onto the coin and is loose inside the capsule will need a refund as i cannot trust the quality

Ted

Saint-Hyacinthe, QC

No

arrived defective

1

looked pretty online however it arrived defective. the murano reindeer was improperly glued onto the coin and is loose inside the capsule will need a refund as i cannot trust the quality

Ted

saint-hyacinthe,QC

No

Why date this coin 2018????????

2

Christmas is here for 2017 and what I do not understand is why this coin is dated 2018????? It just does not make sense to me. So, am I to hold onto this coin to give out for next holiday season??? Seriously, marketing has to step it up. So disappointed .....

New1954

Toronto

No

161737en

2.3 7

28.6

why this coin is dated 2018 and not Christmas 2017. Please confirm, many thanks.

Ottawa Sunshine

This coin is dated 2018 because it will be available for purchase in 2018, and we are hoping to appeal to more customers on a longer selling period of time.

Uyen (Product Team)

Why 2018?

Z

This coin is dated 2018 because it will be available for purchase in 2018.

Uyen (Product Team)

The series of Holiday murano-glass coins started in 2013 and continued to 2014 but in the next year the coin came out as 2016 instead of 2015. Since then, the coins have followed the year as being for the next calendar year of the actual year of the holiday, so 2016 represented 2015, 2017 represented 2016 and 2018 represents 2017. I don't know why the mint skipped the year 2015 on the coin. There is an inconsistency in the numbering.

Silver 1320

Specifications

  • No.161737
  • Mintage5,000
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 31.39
  • Diameter (mm) 38
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value20 dollars
  • ArtistAnna Bucciarelli (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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