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This superb coin is the product of an exacting manufacturing process, which includes the use of specialized equipment to shape the dies and the laborious task of controlling the silver to ensure uniformity. The coin is presented in a special maple leaf shaped wooden case complete with a viewing window in the lid, allowing for this symbol of Canadian pride to be displayed and viewed anytime. Mintage is limited to only 15,000 pieces. The Design: The coin is shaped as a maple leaf with fine engraving realistically representing the deep veins running through each of the leaf’s five pointed, tapering lobes. The coin is then enhanced with the rich colours of red, yellow, and orange to present the leaf in its most spectacular season of autumn. The coin is shaped as a maple leaf with fine engraving realistically representing the deep veins running through each of the leaf’s five pointed, tapering lobes. ABOUT CANADIAN COIN & CURRENCY. Canadian Coin & Currency is Canada####x2019;s largest full-service collector coin business. ######xA0; We are a top-level direct Royal Canadian Mint Authorized Dealer for both collector coins and precious metals, providing our customers with access to all Royal Canadian Mint new releases and many historic issues. ######xA0; Established in 1987, our staff of about 35 includes a wide expertise in numismatics and precious metals, and we are dedicated to providing excellent value and customer service. ######xA0; We are a brick-and-mortar business with a head office and retail store at 10355 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario (metro Toronto).
Preserved for posterity: The symbol of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign in 99.99% pure silver. One of the most recognizable symbols of a historic reign, the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II was the monarch’s identifier, and most Canadians are used to seeing it imprinted in the insignia of orders, decorations, medals and badges. The personal device of Queen Elizabeth II was synonymous with the Crown and served as a symbol of Sovereignty in Canada for 70 years. It has been re-created and forever preserved on this black rhodium plated 99.99% pure silver tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, the keeper of continuity who also advanced the monarchy into the modern age. A solemn black rhodium-plated 99.99% pure silver tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. The symbol of a reign. Crafted in 1 oz. 99.99% pure silver, this collector’s item features Queen Elizabeth II’s Royal Cypher, one of the most recognizable symbols of a historic reign. The four largest shapes represent the different effigies that have appeared on Canadian coinage throughout the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Every numismatic coin in the Queen Elizabeth II’s Reign collection comes packaged with a special beauty box. Mintage is limited to 15,000 coins worldwide. Homage to the crown. On your coin’s reverse, the royal cypher is framed by shapes resembling the gold beads and clusters of stones that adorn St. Edward’s Crown, the crown used at the moment of coronation. This is the crown that is depicted in Queen Elizabeth II’s cypher. Your coin is plated with black rhodium as a symbol of mourning. The only glimpse of silver is on the obverse, where the contrast between the silver effigies and the black rhodium plating keeps the focus on Queen Elizabeth II. Marked by a small Tudor rose, the tribute obverse combines the four different effigies that have graced Canadian coins since Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953. This obverse is only featured on the collector coins in the Queen Elizabeth II’s Reign collection. Composition 99.99% pure silver with selective black rhodium plating. Weight 31.39 g. Packaging Black clamshell with special graphic beauty box. Cyphers have been used by British monarchs since the reign of Henry VIII. For her cypher, Queen Elizabeth II favoured a stylized representation of St. Edward’s Crown-the official coronation crown dating from the coronation of King Charles II in 1661-over the Tudor Crown. Named after Saint Edward the Confessor, St. Edward’s Crown was made for the coronation of King Charles II in 1661 and continues to serve as the coronation crown. Its design is based on the original medieval crown that had been melted down by the Parliamentarians in 1649. Due to its hefty weight (2.23 kilograms), St. Edward’s Crown is traditionally carried (not worn) during the coronation procession and remains on the altar until the moment of coronation. Fully plated with black rhodium, the reverse features the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II, which combines her initials’E II’ (Elizabeth II) with her title initial’R’ (for Regina, or’Queen’ in Latin) and an image of St. The cypher is framed by shapes resembling the gold beads and clusters of stones that adorn St. Edward’s Crown; the four larger shapes represent the different effigies that have graced Canadian coinage since 1953.
This silver coin is part of the Year of Chinese Lunar Calendar Commerative Coin collection. Still in original box and container. See pictures for quality. Item has not been graded.
This silver coin is the inaugural year of Chinese Lunar Calendar Commerative Coin collection. Still in original box and container. See pictures for quality. Item has not been graded.
J & M Coin and Jewellery. Despite the species’ extinction 10,000 years ago, the Scimitar Sabretooth Cat continues to inspire and intrigue many who identify it with the last glacial period. It was fast, agile and could even climb trees. The coin weighs one ounce of pure silver and has a limited mintage of just 5,000. As a pure silver coin issued by the Royal Canadian Mint, this item is HST/GST exempt. The reverse design by Canadian artist Glen Loates portrays a scimitar sabre-tooth cat in standing atop a rocky outcrop in vast grassland. The image, reviewed for scientific accuracy by palaeontologists of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, presents a full-body portrait of the Ice Age predator, with its fierce teeth on display as it opens its mouth. A frosted “ice” like dome overlays the portrait. The portion of the portrait under the ice is coloured, while the remainder of the image is struck-only, giving the impression of a colourful window to our land’s ancient past. The reverse includes the text “CANADA” and the date 2018. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt, as well as the coin value of 20 DOLLARS. FEATURES: Produced By: RCM Denomination: 20 Dollars Year: 2018 TECHNICAL SPECS: Diameter: 38 mm Material: Silver Fineness: 0.9999 Weight: 31.39 grams Bullion Weight: 1.009 Troy Ounces EXTENDED INFORMATION: Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II Reverse: Sabretooth Cat Finish: Proof Series: Frozen in Ice Series Quantity Produced: 5000 Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II Theme: Canadian, Royal Canadian Mint, Pop Culture, Prehistoric, Wildlife. Please wait for us to send you an invoice.
7 FINE SILVER COINS LOT 99.99% PURE CANADA ROYAL CANADIAN MINT ORIGINAL PKG/COAs. There are seven (7) coins in this set. All coins are silver, 99.99% pure. The coins, display cases, original packaging, and Certificates of Authenticity (COAs) are in excellent condition. The pictures are of the actual coins you will receive (except for the last two grayscale pictures that are screenshots from the Royal Canadian Mint pages, showing coin details). The coin cases have never been opened. The lot includes the following coins. You can read more about each of the coins and get details at the Royal Canadian Mint.
J & M Coin and Jewellery. THE STORY : For 70 years, it was one of the most recognizable symbols of both Canada’s monarch and this nation’s sovereignty. Imprinted in the insignia of Canadian orders, decorations, medals and badges throughout her reign, the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II has been preserved for posterity on this 1 oz. Black rhodium-plated 99.99% pure silver coin, where it pays homage to Queen Elizabeth II, the keeper of continuity who also advanced the monarchy. Into the modern age. Each coin is plated with black rhodium to symbolize mourning. The only glimpse of silver is on the obverse, where the contrast between the silver effigies and the black rhodium plating keeps the focus on Queen Elizabeth II, as we remember her life and reign. Please wait for us to send you an invoice.
This item is a Royal Canadian Mint issue. 2017 Master Club 2 oz. Very limited mintage, in as new condition. Item is part of my personal collection, kept in a cool, dry safe. Any imperfections are on the protective holder only.
9999 5oz Fine Silver Coin – Beaver – Royal Canadian Mint – NEW. This is one of the most attractive and artistic coins we have seen from the RCM this year. With the large 5 ounce format and limited mintage of just 1500 pieces, we expect this coin will sell out quickly. This 50-Dollar coin is certified to be 99.99% pure silver with a diameter of 65 millimetres and a metal weight of 5 ounces. The reverse design by Canadian artist Emily Damstra features a portrait of a beaver family, its members immersed in the work of felling trees for their dam, lodge, and food cache. On the left side of the image, a large beaver stands upright, hard at work chewing the trunk of a birch tree with its sharp incisors. Wood shavings cover the ground beneath the beaver’s feet and around the base of the tree. The beaver itself stands on its back paws, counterbalanced by its large flat tail, holding the tree trunk with its dextrous front claws. Its small ears, eyes, and nose-which can seal themselves under water-are rendered in fine detail. On the right side of the image, behind and to the side of the upright beaver, another adult beaver and small kit work on either side of a felled log, trimming away bark and preparing the log for use. On the extreme left of the image, the base of this felled tree is visible. The background of the image reveals a large pond backed by mountainous forest. The beavers’ food cache emerges from the centre of the pond. The image occupies the entire reverse field and is engraved with the word “CANADA, ” the date “2013, ” and the face value of 50 DOLLARS. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. Royal Canadian Mint Coin. Composition : 99.99% Pure Silver. Face Value: Fifty Dollars. Weight (g) 157.6. Please wait for us to send you an invoice. If your automatic checkout does. We reserve the right to hold all. For in-person pick-up we also accept cash or Interac.
J & M Coin and Jewellery. The king of Canada’s forests. Blends into its surroundings soeffectively that you may not immediately see it-butthe wolf certainly knows you’re there. Inthis finely engraved wildlife portrait, a selectivesplash of colour tints the maple leaves that obscure our wily hunter, whose curious expression reflectsits intelligence and adaptability. Add this gorgeous 2-ounce 99.99% pure silver wolfcoin to your collection today! TWO CANADIAN ICONS ON ONE COIN! One is an elusive hunter, the other is a famously colourful national emblem – the wolf and the maple leaf are cleverly paired together in this special showcase of Canada’s wild beauty. A selective application of green, red and golden hues hints at Canada’s colourful fall foliage and transforms the art into a multi-layered design. Precision engraving captures the wolf’s likeness in remarkable detail – from the texture of its fur to the crisp rendering of its facial features. A MORE PLAYFUL PORTRAIT! By combining engraving and colouring techniques, the visually compelling design is a slightly more playful take on the traditional wildlife portrait, yet it beautifully highlights the awe-inspiring splendour of our surroundings. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Most of these are serialized certifications, meaning that each certificate is given a unique number, starting at 1. Limited to 4,000 coins worldwide. Designed by Emily Damstra, your coin presents a frontal portrait of a wolf in one of Canada’s many forested regions. Gazing directly into the eyes of the viewer, the wily hunter bears a peaceful yet studious expression, as it stands immobile behind the fall foliage that partially conceals its presence. Finely engraved details and special finishes combine to add texture and dimension to this wildlife portrait, as evidenced by the crisply rendered facial features and the guard hairs that protect the wolf’s neck. Green, red and golden hues highlight select maple leaves that frame the wolf’s face, and provide a hint of the famously colourful transformation of Canada’s beloved emblem. 99.99% pure silver. Emily Damstra (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Please wait for us to send you an invoice.