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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.

Rediscover history with three new gems that celebrate the Mother of Confederation

Rediscover history with three new gems that celebrate the Mother of Confederation

Born on May 24, 1819, Queen Victoria’s youthful exuberance, long reign and keen interest in colonial affairs redefined the monarchy and growth in British colonies, and led to the practice of many new traditions which are still common today.

Peter McKinnon brings Canada’s beauty to the world in this stunning 2-coin series

Peter McKinnon brings Canada’s beauty to the world in this stunning 2-coin series

Paré was gripped by McKinnon’s work on YouTube, "A light bulb went off and just knew McKinnon’s images were perfect for our collector coins. Moraine Lake is an iconic Canadian scene, and McKinnon is a Canadian photographer with a deep passion for the land."

Mark the occasion with a unique keepsake

Mark the occasion with a unique keepsake

From birthdays and baby showers to weddings, life is full of special moments. They’re the moments we reminisce about time and again. The moments we want to be sure we’ll never forget. Sometimes it can be a puzzle trying to figure out the perfect way to commemorate these events. A collectible coin can do just the trick.

Introducing the NEW Elements Coin Set—inspired by a MC member!

Introducing the NEW Elements Coin Set—inspired by a MC member!

"I love the concept and how it evolves from the original idea," says Bernard Dumais of Lévis (Québec), "from the artist's design to the final product."

A heroine for human rights in Canada

A heroine for human rights in Canada

Meet the incomparable Viola Desmond. Black History Month begins for 2019, a new coin honours Viola Desmond (1914-1965), a black Canadian born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, who played a pivotal role in the struggle for human rights in the 1940s. On November 8, 1946 police forcibly removed Viola from a movie theatre when she refused to leave her seat in the whites-only section. She was arrested, fined $26 (≈$300 today), and spent a night in jail.

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