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The Royal Canadian Mint has produced a beautifully engraved and symbolically rich 1/25th ounce gold coin to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown and Quebec Conferences.
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From history to culture and nature, the Royal Canadian Mint has crafted new visions of the Canadian experience on collector coins now on sale to its increasingly varied customer base. Iconic designs represented through a mix of time-honoured craftsmanship and technological innovation celebrate themes such as Canada's Royal Family, public...
A new collector coin unveiled today features a striking replica of the stained glass McCausland dome that graces the Conservatory of Toronto's historical Casa Loma. Covered in translucent and opaque enamel, the coin shines and reflects light which...
The Royal Canadian Mint today launched the newest release from its Canadian Birds of Prey 99.99% pure silver bullion coin series with a majestic tribute to the Bald Eagle. This iconic ruler of North American skies is dramatically portrayed on a 1 oz. bullion coin that is sure to appeal to a wide range of customers for both its theme and signature...
OTTAWA, ONTARIO - August 4, 2014 - Exactly 100 years after the declaration of the First World War, the Royal Canadian Mint joins Canadians in thanking those who risked their lives or made the ultimate sacrifice...
Individual serialization and reeded edge add security to the renowned quality and purity of the Mint's silver bullion bars
New pure gold and fine silver collector coins feature four generations of Canada's Royal Family
The Royal Canadian Mint continues to combine timeless craftsmanship and modern day technology as it explores new ways to celebrate Canada's culture, history and values on its collector coins.
Mint and Cossette collaborated to connect youth with history and coin collecting in the context of the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Arctic Expedition