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1 oz. Pure Silver Coin - Give Peace a Chance - Mintage: 9,999 (2019)

1 oz. Pure Silver Coin - Give Peace a Chance - Mintage: 9,999 (2019)

$99.99 CAD
Mintage: 9,999
Canada and US only
76% SOLD! 

A lasting message of peace, recorded in Canada. Order today!

Give Peace a Chance, the powerful anti-war anthem was created in Canada during John Lennon and Yoko Ono's famous Bed-In for Peace held in Montréal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel in May/June 1969. Forever etched in our collective memory, the world-famous event is now engraved in a pure silver collectible to mark its 50th anniversary. The coin features John and Yoko in one of their most famous and iconic images peacefully crafting a proud Canadian moment. Revisit a time when a cry for peace sparked a revolution that changed the world. 

A truly special coin collectible for John Lennon fans! Order today!

Special Features:
  • MINTING A WORLD-FAMOUS EVENT IN CANADIAN HISTORY! Montréal's "Bed-In for Peace" held by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, forever etched in our Canadian history, is now minted on an ever-lasting silver coin.
  • HONOURING A REVOLUTIONARY SONG MADE IN CANADA! Commemorating the most powerful anti-war anthem in history, the coin recalls the genesis of a song that echoed far and wide and still resonates today.
  • TRULY A COLLECTOR'S ITEM! Your collectible keepsake comes in a graphic beauty box, making this product truly special for John Lennon fans.
  • INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE! The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins.


Your coin features Ivor Sharp's famous 1969 photo of John Lennon and Yoko Ono during their 8-day Bed-in for Peace in Montréal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel. Sharp captured John and Yoko in an all-white setting surrounded by handwritten messages of peace — including one in French. The design portrays John and Yoko in black and white on an engraved coin. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.

“I thought often, and for many years afterwards, about the extraordinary experience of being in the company of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Spending time with him left an enduring impression, and only partly because I was a young, star-struck fan. On a deeper level, I was moved by the sincerity of his idealism, and encouraged by his certainty that citizen action and the energy it generates can truly change the world. He was an inspiration. And as our world grows more cynical, my memories of his message—clear, simple and unafraid—grow fonder still.”

Allan Michael Rock, P.C., B.A., LL.B., Q.C.

Did you know…
  • An international hit made in Canada: Give Peace a Chance, the most powerful anti-war anthem recorded in the Montréal hotel room hit #14 on Billboard Hot 100 and #2 on British Singles Chart. 5 months later, 1/2M anti-war demonstrators sang the song in unison on Moratorium Day in Washington, DC.
  • A valued Canadian stopover: Lennon and Ono married in Gibraltar in March 1969. They honeymooned in Amsterdam, where they held their 1st Bed-In for Peace. Montréal was their 2nd Bed-In nest, much to their Canadian fans content. Lennon appreciated the Canadian welcome and applauded the country for "not interfering in foreign countries".
  • Attempting to meet the PM: After the Bed-In, then aspiring politician Allan Rock invited Lennon to attend a Peace conference at the University of Ottawa. He promised John Lennon a meeting with Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau. Unfortunately, Trudeau wasn’t home when they dropped by...
  • A 1st solo single: Recorded in Montréal by Canadian music producer André Perry, Give Peace a Chance was released as a single by the Plastic Ono Band. The song was the 1st solo single by John Lennon.


Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with a graphic beauty box, making this product truly special for John Lennon fans.

Order today!

© 2018 Yoko Ono Lennon.

Lennon and John Lennon are trademarks of Yoko Ono Lennon.

Photo: Ivor Sharp


Love this coin


A little piece of history from a historical event in Canada.

Coiny McCoinface.



Love it


Great memories of the occasion -- a gift from me to me

Lotion Lady

Calgary, AB, Canada


This was amazing


Great for a Beatles collector


Toronto, Ontario

Nice Coin !


No comment




This product was a huge dissappointment


See above


Buffalo, NY - USA


Very nice and innovative coin.


Excellent coin. Very innovative. quality engraving. Congratulations, Royal Canadian Mint!


New York


Love it!


I read some of the reviews before purchasing. Some of the con's do not justify this unique coin. Must have for any beatle fans!

Silver Sunday



Not Great!


I will keep this coin because it celebrates a historic event but seriously, more thought and creativity should have been invested into this design, not the Mint's best work. It must have been done in a rush. It could have been a lot better, a little on the boring side, but nevertheless a time in history so have to keep it.




Love the Coin


It's worth for ANY Beatles or John & Yoko fans


Vancouver, bc




Whomever designed this needs to be sent off into the sunset - is this a sticker or silkscreened on the coin? This is hideous. Doesn't even do justice. Very ugly.





3.8 15


I see the John Lennon and Yoko Ono bed-in coin is 76% sold so is it a limited edition (i.e., no additional minted copies thereafter)?


Hello and thank you for asking. Once the mintage of 9,999 will be reached it is important to note that no other coins will be produced.


If the coin is in stock why is it not shipping until July ??


Hello Carolyn and thank you for asking. When we launch a coin we usually make only a part of the mintage indicated. As we have several coins in production, it can take a bit of time to complete the production process.


How is the image applied to the 1 oz. Pure Silver Coin - Give Peace a Chance coin? Is it etched or is it an actual photo glued to the coin? I'm still buying 10 whatever the case.


It's a proprietary colour technique. But no, it isn't glued on


Does the coin come in a case ??


Make sure you never ever unseal the coin from the plastic encapsulation or you will loose 80 percent of its value as a collectors item.


Hello Paul and thank you for asking. This coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with a graphic beauty box.


is the john and Yoko coin an engraved picture or is it a picture put on the coin. i cant see any engraving marks on the coin thanks john McIntyre


It's a colour image application with engraving beneath it.



  • No.171292
  • Mintage9,999
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 31.39
  • Diameter (mm) 38
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value20 dollars
  • ArtistOriginal photo by Ivor Sharp (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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