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Fine Silver 10-Coin Subscription - Exploring Canada (2014)

Fine Silver 10-Coin Subscription - Exploring Canada (2014)

$54.95 CAD  per coin
Mintage: 15,000
Canada and US only

New exciting series. Subscribe today!

First coin in your subscription: The Voyageurs
As long as there have been people on Earth, there have been explorers—pioneering individuals with one eye trained on the horizon, eager to know what lies beyond and always ready to break a new trail towards the future. But their adventure never ends, because every destination inspires another. Exploration—that irrepressible spirit of discovery—fuels the life and passion of individuals. It drives the evolution of their community, and ultimately shapes the future of their nation.

Subscription runs from 2014 to 2015: six coins in 2014 and four coins in 2015. The remaining nine coins in your subscription include:

•   The Gold Rush
•   The Arctic Expedition
•   The Vikings
•   The West Coast Exploration
•   Pioneering Mapmakers
•   The Wild Rivers Exploration
•   Building the Canadian Pacific Railway
•   Scientific Exploration
•   Space Exploration

Special features:
•   Your first coin in this exciting new subscription showcasing Canadian exploration and history is the Voyageurs.
•   When you subscribe to the Exploring Canada 10-coin series, you receive a subscription box for FREE, shipped with your third coin.
•   You ca ancel your subscription at any time with no obligation. The collector case will be yours to keep with our compliments.
•   Your coins are GST/HST exempt with a limited worldwide mintage.

Order your subscription today!

* Shipping and handling charges will apply to the collector case and individual coins. Subscription by credit card only. Your credit card will be charged as each coin is shipped. Subscription price for individual coins is subject to change.


I LOVE the box as much as the coins


These are great art coins that will delight many over decades. The box is great innovation and although I wasn't so happy when I heard it was cardboard - after examination of something I had not seen before I realize that it too is great art. TY TY TY RCM Don't be discouraged by the nay-sayer know-it-all opinions who SAY before they SEE. I am open to see MORE types of INNOVATIVE DISPLAY CASINGS that easily identify content.

~ valeria ~

~ vancouver ~


Love the coind: hate the box!


The coins are GREAT. The BOX is very Cheep!




Coins look great so far...


I recieved the forst 2 coins and was impressed with the quality of the coins. I read the reviews about the box but decided to reserve judgement on it for later when I actually got to see it in person. Well I have the 1st, 2nd and 4th coins but not the 3rd or the box. Not quite sure what happened here but I have made an inquiry about it but no explanation as of yet.

"The Collector"

Ontario, Canada

2nd coin disappointment


Received the 2nd coin in the series today "The Gold Rush" My first impression was "cool" then I noticed Why would the RCM have a name plate on a coin... Off I go to see if I could find another photo of the coin somewhere - could only find the artist rendering which clearly depicts a lake with waves and a shoreline in behind the prospector - the coin has a blank rectangular mirrored rectangle with no waves or shoreline - looks like a name plate - Hopefully I have an error coin and the actual coin is a better representation of the artist rendering.


London ON


Too bad about the cardboard box


I have purchased many coins from Canada and my grndchildren would be happy with these coins but based upon comments from others, would be ashamed to give these to the kids in the cardboard box. All the coins we buy from US Mint are in high quality boxes and are proudly displayed by my grandchidren. Too bad because the series sounds real neat


Rocxhester, New York


Masterful Engraving


I collect coins with nautical themes, not sets, so I don't really care about the box. What impressed me about this one was the very high quality art, splashing water, determined paddlers, and, of course, its reflection of our early history. Kudos to John Mantha for a stunning design.

Chris Kempling

Kamloops, BC


Another RCM Hit


Just received my first coin in this new series and RCM have another hit on their hands. Great detail on this coin and I know all the rest of the coins will be the same. But I must agree with other commenters and say the cardboard box just doesn't cut it. The U.S.A. Mint puts out great awesome looking lacquered wooden boxes for many of their coins and the same should have been done here. The RCM produces great looking coins and that is why I collect them but it would be nice to display them in a great looking box also. Even if the cost is higher for the box,they should give that option to the buyer.




Lovely Coins


A wonderful set depicting the early days of Canadian exploration. The coins as usual are of a unique design and well minted. My only complaint is with the display case. I have always looked forward to the lovely display cases that the RCM provides with its collections, however, the recent O'Canada set and this set are accompanied by a much lower quality cardboard excuse for a case. PLEASE, even if it costs a few dollars more per coin, go back to the lovely wooden cases of the past.

Fraser at the Lake

Salmon Arm, BC


I Like the box....


First thing, I really like the box. Yes, it is cardboard, but it's not flimsy and it has the pro of showcasing some design elements. Like with the O Canada series this year, I was excited for this style of box, something different and attractive to put on display, on this same note, I keep my O Canada 2013 series in the wooden box, and in the cardboard case that this wooden box came in. I have countless wooden boxes with the RCM logo branded on the top, showcasing many different sets that I own and I appreciate the differentiation that RCM is trying to establish for their different sets. These coins are well designed, a great value, and highlight different aspects of Canadian history. A wooden box doesn't make a great set, the coins and their artistry does.


Halifax, NS




First about the box. I thought the same thing about the box, but when I perchased the O Canada series the box was well made & displays the coins nicely also each card on the lid. Now for the coins. They show beautiful images of our history. If you have small children, ready to learn things. What a better way but through our coins. My children are older now but I have taught them alot through coins. Thank you again RCM. P.S. The box is beautiful.




Fine Silver 10-Coin Subscription - Exploring Canada (2014)

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Hello I am new to coin collecting and wondered about a coin subscription. I'm interested in purchasing the 'Fine Silver 10-Coin Subscription - Exploring Canada (2014)'. 1. If I subscribe now, will I receive the 2014 coins to complete the set? 2. I'm assuming the cost listed is for one coin and I will be charged each time a new coin is sent to this correct? 3. Am I charged shipping with each coin? Thank you in advance Lori


Lori, thank you for your questions. Here are the answers: 1. Yes! You will receive all 10 coins in the set including the coins dated 2014. 2. You are correct - you will be $54.95 CAD per month for 10 months. 3. Shipping is free on this subscription.


  • No.135229
  • Mintage15,000
  • Compositionfine silver (99.99% pure)
  • Finishmatte proof
  • Weight (g) 23.17
  • Diameter (mm) 36.07
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value15 dollars
  • ArtistJohn Mantha (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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