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We believe that collecting coins can fill a lifetime with interest and inspiration. What begins as a pastime can easily become an absorbing pursuit - indeed, a passion.

A royal milestone, a life in portraits

A royal milestone, a life in portraits

On April 21, 2021, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II becomes the first British monarch to reach the age of 95. It’s another historic milestone in a life full of exceptional moments and great achievements, and we’re celebrating the occasion by issuing our newest Tiara coins, as well as the new Royal Celebration Set.

Launching a legacy: Bluenose at 100

Launching a legacy: Bluenose at 100

Imagine the excitement of seeing a newly built Bluenose take to the waters for the very first time! It happened 100 years ago, on March 26, 1921, at Lunenburg, N.S., where a large crowd of onlookers erupted into cheers when Bluenose was officially launched.

The Shape (and Size) of Things

The Shape (and Size) of Things

For as long as coins have existed, they’ve come in different shapes and sizes. In fact, coins have a history of being anything but traditional, and that’s something we’ve embraced year after year.

It’s all in the numbers | Why you should be excited about mintage

It’s all in the numbers | Why you should be excited about mintage

If you are looking into becoming a coin collector, mintage is something you need to understand. Mintage goes hand in hand with the rarity of a coin. Learn more about how a coin’s rarity affects your favourite collectible coins.

A legacy of courage: The story of Black Loyalists in Canada

A legacy of courage: The story of Black Loyalists in Canada

Black history is Canadian history. And one of the most important moments in our history dates back over 200 years ago on the shores of Port Roseway, Nova Scotia.

Rediscover Canada’s national tree

Rediscover Canada’s national tree

Canadians love the maple leaf: it’s on our nation’s flag, coat of arms, banknotes and many of our coins. It is universally understood to be a symbol of Canada and everything Canadian, but surprisingly, the tree that produces that leaf only became an official Canadian emblem in 1996.

William J. Roué: The vision behind Bluenose

William J. Roué: The vision behind Bluenose

It was 100 years ago, on March 26, 1921, that Canada’s most famous schooner was launched at Lunenburg, N.S., where Bluenose quickly sailed into Canadian history. But the launch is just one chapter of an inspiring story.

New Year, New Hobby | Collecting Strategies for New Collectors

New Year, New Hobby | Collecting Strategies for New Collectors

Maybe it started when you decided to hold on to the D-Day toonie you found in your change. Or maybe it was when your relative passed down their shoebox full very cool pieces. Then, an ad crossed your path, and the next thing you know, you bought your first numismatic coin. Then another, and another. And now you want more. Welcome to the wonderful world of coin collecting.

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