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Limited Edition Proof Fine Silver Dollar - 75th Anniversary of the Declaration of the Second World War - Mintage: 7,500 (2014)

Limited Edition Proof Fine Silver Dollar - 75th Anniversary of the Declaration of the Second World War - Mintage: 7,500 (2014)

$69.95 CAD
Mintage: 7,500
Canada and US only

Previous limited edition proof dollars have sold out, hurry and order this coin today!

Right from its onset, the Second World War ushered in a new era for Canadians. When Canada declared war on September 11, 1939, it did so as an independent nation, not as a colony automatically drawn into the conflict by Britain. The romanticized patriotism that had greeted the First World War was gone, replaced by a collective memory of the heavy losses that had been suffered. The Great Depression had left Canada's military undermanned and underequipped, and idle factories and a diminished workforce now faced an urgent demand for airplanes, ships, vehicles, guns and munitions.

Canada's women responded, and soon represented 25 percent of wartime workers. By 1944, 439,000 women were in the service sectors, 373,000 in manufacturing, including 261,000 in munitions alone.

Women helped build the Allied war effort, they turned their nation into an economic power, and forever transformed their role in society—and at war.

An ideal gift for war historian enthusiasts! Order yours today!

Special features:
•   This beautifully detailed limited-edition 1-dollar coin commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Second World War–a conflict that had intense immediate and long-lasting effects on Canada and the world.
•   Graphic style reminiscent of the era shows women building an Avro 683 Lancaster X.
•   A striking addition to any military or history-themed collection and a thoughtful gift for military enthusiasts.
•   Own a historical artwork of exceptional craftsmanship minted in 99.99% pure silver.
•   Your coin is GST/HST exempt with a limited worldwide mintage.

Your coin presents a collage symbolically portraying three female workers completing construction of an Avro 683 Lancaster X. In the center of the image, a standing woman in bandana and work wear of the Second World War era lifts a wrench toward the ceiling of the fuselage. Flanking her on her left and right are two similarly attired women. These women are seated on a box in front of the standing woman, riveting each of the fuselage walls.

Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a black beauty box.

Order your coin today!




I tried to remind our VA that May 8, 2015 was an important date. No one cared-how sad.


Agoura Hills, CA


Great eye appeal, very atractive.


I added this coin to my Canadian commemorative collection. The design, the subject matter and general eye appeal.


Browerville, MN


Beautiful piece of History


Lovely detail work, especially on the faces. Would have been nice if it included a little card/note/booklet to explain more about the significance of the design. Ie that is was there women working on one of the bombers, etc.

Awesome Liz

Kitchener, Ontario


Beautiful Details


This is really an attractive coin commemorating the building of the Avro Lancaster bomber by women who went to work while the men went off to war. The detailing is absolutely outstanding. I loved the coin when I saw it in the ads, holding it in my hand, it's even more stunning. I can't think of any cons.

Just a regular guy

Phoenix, AZ


A true work of art.


A needed coin for the commemorative series of silver dollars.Struck perfectly and quality are superier.RCM is my kind of shopping store.

Liv the collector

London Ontario




Just got my coin and love it. Picture doesnt do it justice


toronto canada


Beautiful coin of Canada's "Ronnies"


Besides being a coin that so beautifully commemorates the work of Canada's "Ronnies", it is a reminder for me of my aunt's contribution to the war effort. She was so proud of her work and I was so proud of her!




One of the very best mintages.


craftsmanship at its finest


Oliver, BC

Great Tribute to the Home Front


This is a powerful coin that recalls a too-often forgotten part of the history of World War II: the home front. The coin is reminiscent of the US propaganda poster known as Rosie the Riviter, but with a more elegant design, that creates a central V shape (delta, a symbol for women), with a strong woman rising from this cup. This period moved women into non-traditional roles more and helped to set the stage for both the reactionary period that followed and for the later feminist movement. Reminiscent of the poster

Art Lover



Beautifully designed


Bought this coin as a memory of my grandfather. I collect coins that have meaning to me and that are of great quality.


Botwood, newfoundland


Limited Edition Proof Fine Silver Dollar - 75th Anniversary of the Declaration of the Second World War - Mintage: 7500 (2014)

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  • No.130549
  • Mintage7,500
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 23.17
  • Diameter (mm) 36.07
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value1 dollar
  • ArtistSilvia Pecota (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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