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The Royal Canadian Mint has launched a new world first with a 5 oz. silver coin featuring a vibrantly coloured, handcrafted venetian glass element gracing the heart of an engraved ring of maple leaves designed by artist Lisa Thomson-Khan.
With the Toronto Blue Jays back on another exciting hunt for the pennant in 2016, the Royal Canadian Mint is joining millions of fans in saying thanks for the thrills of the past and wishing them a great 40th season with a colourful new silver collector coin.
The Royal Canadian Mint is joining Canadians in celebrating the 90th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with the launch of a colourful silver collector coin combining royal and Canadian imagery.
"Mother Earth" fine silver coin creates the illusion of a life-like water droplet enveloping a coloured image of our planet to raise environmental awareness
The Royal Canadian Mint's "Wild Canada" privy-marked Silver Maple Leaf (SML) bullion coin series continues to enjoy a strong following as all 50,000 coins from the "Grizzly" release have sold out.
One hundred years after Canadian women won the right to vote in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta provincial elections, the Royal Canadian Mint has released a special one-dollar circulation coin to commemorate this important milestone in the history of women's rights in Canada.
Exciting "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice(TM)" Coin Series adds to the variety of coin themes offered by the Mint
Exactly two decades ago, Canadians were introduced to a new two-dollar circulation coin which replaced banknotes of the same value.
Building on the success of previous specialty bullion coin series, the Royal Canadian Mint has launched a new "Predator" 1 oz., 99.99% pure silver bullion coin series.
To celebrate the opening of the newly renovated "World Center of Racing" which recently hosted the Rolex 24 at Daytona, racing fans everywhere can now purchase a 1/2 oz., 99.99% pure silver medallion, finely crafted by the Royal Canadian Mint, by which to remember the "re-imagined" Daytona International Speedway.