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Bullion DNA Anti-Counterfeiting Technology certifies authenticity of Gold and Silver Maple Leaf bullion coins through convenient counter-top device
In launching its second numismatic catalogue of 2016, the Royal Canadian Mint is introducing new coin shapes and other innovations to bring multiple stories of Canada to life.
The Royal Canadian Mint is celebrating the 140th anniversary of the Library of Parliament with its first ever concave coin, whose ultra-high relief shows off the amazing detail of the Library's architecture, as seen from the inside of its domed ceiling.
The Royal Canadian has donated a $20 Fine Silver Coin - Tom Thomson: Spring Ice (1916) to the Tom Thomson Art Gallery.
2016 Silver Dollar celebrates ushering of global communications by commemorating 150th anniversary of the Transatlantic Cable
The first digital cash platform to kick start the evolution of currency(TM)
"Howling Wolf" sells out 50,000 coin mintage in 41 days
In publishing its 2015 Third Quarter Financial Report, the Royal Canadian Mint announced consolidated revenues of $928.5 million for the 13 weeks ended September 26, 2015, representing an 85.5% increase over the same period in 2014.
Stock car racing fans now have a new way of treasuring their favourite memories of North America's most popular motorsports series with a 1 oz., 99.99% pure silver NASCAR®-licensed medallion expertly crafted by the Royal Canadian Mint.
The Royal Canadian Mint has released its final catalogue of collector coins, featuring some of the most recognizable icons of Canada, from a large-scale colour interpretation of the Common Loon made famous by the one-dollar circulation coin to the stark beauty of a mid-winter freeze, achieved through an innovative finish mimicking the look and feel of real ice.