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The Royal Canadian Mint Introduces a New 25-Cent Commemorative Circulation Coin Celebrating the Peregrine Falcon
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to introduce exciting new gold, silver and base metal keepsakes inspired by Canada's historical, cultural and artistic heritage by launching its first collector coins of 2012. Leading this impressive array are the 2012 Proof and Brilliant Silver Dollars, as well as two new Proof Sets, which pay an unforgettable tribute to the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. Other coins offer a fascinating look at new and old...
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to announce that its first collector coin of the year, the 2012 Proof Silver Dollar, is dedicated to celebrating the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.áThis cornerstone of the Mint's annual collector coin program remembers a conflict which united English, French-Canadian and First Nations forces in defending the borders and values of a future Canada and also ushered two centuries of peace between Canada and the United States.
Special 25-cent circulation coin is the third of five 2011 commemorative coins honouring Canada's legendary nature
The first of three 25-cent coins, announced last October as part of a series of 2011-dated commemorative circulation coins celebrating Canada's legendary nature, will circulate nation-wide on January 16, 2012 and the Royal Canadian Mint is hosting a coin exchange for the general public at its Ottawa boutique.
Ottawa, Ontario, December 6, 2011 - The Royal Canadian Mint was honoured today to host His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada to strike a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, marking the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty's accession to the throne in...
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The Royal Canadian Mint continues to stand out in the running for Krause Publications' annual Coin of the Year awards, after it received seven nominations for awards to be presented next February at the 2012 World Money Fair in Berlin. This is the most nominations earned for the last three consecutive years by any national mint or central bank recognized...
New gold and silver coins echo Boreal Forest, Wood Bison, Orca and Peregrine Falcon commemorative circulation coin program unveiled in October 2011; other collectibles feature a one-kilo pure gold Lacrosse coin; the Nova Scotia Coat of Arms in 14-karat gold; holiday themes in colour and pure silver; and the upcoming 25th anniversary of the Loonie
Special two-dollar circulation coin is the second of five new 2011 commemorative coins to honour our legendary nature