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The 2015 Silver $100 for $100 Coin Subscription

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The 2015 Silver $100 for $100 Coin Subscription

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$100.00 CAD  per coin
Mintage: While Supplies Last
STATUS:
Canada and US only
3 per household

EXCHANGE $100 FOR $100

Two $100 coins will be available in 2015.  The Canadian Horse will be followed by another stunning coin.

Why wait? Get both—simply order the subscription and get the Canadian Horse coin upon ordering.* The 2nd $100 coin will be shipped to you in July 2015.

*Free ground shipping only.

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Reviews

Just a heads up - the second coin is not a horse!

4

Assumed the second coin was also a horse because the is no photo.

Crazyhorse

Alberta,Canada

Yes

Wow

5

I bought this for my wife for mother's day. She is crazy about horses. She did not know about this breed of horse featured on this coin. It goes without saying that she was very impressed. The display box is nice as are all of the little tidbits of info provided. The face value helps in the purchase of a one ounce coin at more than 4 times spot.

Cargod

Abbotsford B.C.

Yes

great

5

I just love this one a great deal for us customers

bill

chelsea, maine

Yes

Make It Valuable-Comes w/ Clamshell Box

5

$100 for $100 I haven't missed since the first released the Bison in the year 2013 and then the Bear, the Big Horn Goat, the Eagle and this year the Horse. They are collectable. I strongly require RCM next time release the new coins coming with the clamshell box. It can make it more attractive and more valuable.

Robin

Richmond, BC

Yes

Another fine hundy for a hundy

5

Love these dollar for dollar coins, great investment for those rainy days when you need milk and bread!! Great design, great value, you'd be silly not to buy for Pete's sake.

Apocalypse Pony

sarnia, Ont

Yes

Great coin.

5

Contrary to Apocalyps Pony's comment according to the Mint's FAQ. "All coins manufactured by the Mint are legal tender. However, unlike Canadian circulation coins, collector coins are non-circulating legal tender (NCLT). As such, these coins are not intended for daily commercial transactions and accepting them as payment or for redemption is at the discretion of businesses and financial institutions." I have used these coins for the purchase of goods at stores when desperate for bread & milk:) and I can always trade them in at the bank for face value or sell them to collectors for increased profit.

Maritime Pete

New Brunswick Canada

Yes

Great quality and design

5

Can I redeem a collector coin at a bank or use it as currency to purchase goods or services? All coins manufactured by the Mint are legal tender. However, unlike Canadian circulation coins, collector coins are non-circulating legal tender (NCLT). As such, these coins are not intended for daily commercial transactions and accepting them as payment or for redemption is at the discretion of businesses and financial institutions. The Mint has a process in place to reimburse financial institutions the face value of redeemed NCLT coins, once they have accepted them from a customer and returned them to the Mint. In the event a bank branch is unaware of this procedure, customers are advised to contact the Mint with the coordinates of the bank branch, which will take steps to inform the branch of the redemption process. As collector coins can only be redeemed at face value by businesses and financial institutions willing to accept them, it is recommended that individuals wishing to sell a collector coin first consult with a coin dealer, who is more likely to offer a price above face value.

Bluejays

Toronto, Canada

Yes

$100 for $100 better then $100 proof set

5

Good only as a gift for someone special. You can always get a $100.00 for it. Better off buying a $100 stock if you want a return on your purchase. But it is cute and how many people can say in 60 years from now, I have over 12,000 dollars in 100 dollar coins?

today12345

niagara falls, ontario canada

Yes

Looks good to me!

5

Seems like a no brainer to me! If you don't like it or the second coin just take it to the bank and get your $100 back in cash! Can't lose either way!

Hoot

Manitoba

Yes

Another fine hundy for a hundy

4

It's amusing to see people call this a dollar for dollar exchange, as these coins are not legal tender, they are collector coins, I challenge anyone to spend them at any store or redeem them for a hundred dollar bill at any bank. That being said, I still ordered mine, as they are well done and make a nice addition to the collection, curious to see what is in store for the second release.

Apocalypse Pony

Sarnia, Ont

Yes

The 2015 Silver $100 for $100 Coin Subscription

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Specifications

  • No.142779
  • Mintage While Supplies Last
  • Compositionfine silver (99.99% pure)
  • Finishmatte proof
  • Weight (g) 31.83
  • Diameter (mm) 40
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificatenot serialized
  • Face value100 dollars
  • ArtistClaudio D’Angelo (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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