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Royal Canadian Mint’s “Million Dollar Coin” on Display at CNA Convention

The world-record 100-kg, 99.999% pure gold maple leaf bullion coin will be displayed at the 2008 annual convention of the Canadian Numismatic Association Media representatives...

Celebrate the Royal Canadian Mint’s Centennial on Canada Day!

The Royal Canadian Mint is opening its doors to all on Canada Day to celebrate its centennial with fun-filled family activities. All activities will...

Royal Canadian Mint’s 25-Cent Breast Cancer Circulation Coin Honoured

The Royal Canadian Mint received a welcome accolade from its peers when the Mint Directors Conference, holding its 25th annual meeting in Busan, Korea,...

New Coin to Celebrate 400th Anniversary of Quebec City, Features Work of Quebec Artist

The Royal Canadian Mint's Newest Commemorative Circulation Coin Celebrates the 400th Anniversary of Quebec City and Features the Work of Talented Quebec Artist Ottawa, Ontario....

New Hologram Snowboarding Coin from the Royal Canadian Mint

The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) launched the Olympic Snowboarding 25-cent coin into circulation on Feb. 20, 2008. Now the Mint is offering a special limited edition $25 silver hologram snowboarding coin as well.

$25 Sterling Silver Hologram Snowboarding Coin from the Royal Canadian Mint

Like its circulating 25-cent cousin, the innovative hologram coin celebrates the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The $25 sterling silver coin is part of the Silver Hologram Coin Series, which includes 15 different designs or themes. The snowboarding theme is the first for 2008 and the sixth in the hologram series that will continue through the end of 2009. Only 45,000 coins will be minted for each theme.

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Royal Canadian Mint Releases Olympic Snowboarding 25-Cent Coin into Circulation

Today, Feb. 20, 2008, the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) announced the release of the first circulating 25-cent Olympic coin of 2008. The quarter-dollar showcases the sport of snowboarding and is the sixth released in a series of seventeen circulating coins commemorating the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

The Royal Canadian Mint Launches First Olympic 25-Cent Circulation Coin of 2008 featuring the sport of snowboarding.

Up to 22 million of the snowboarding coins are expected to enter circulation. In addition to receiving the coins in daily change, the 25-cent coins are available through RBC, a Premier National Partner, and participating gas stations of Petro-Canada, a National Partner of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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Royal Canadian Mint Displays Record-Breaking Gold Coin in United Arab Emirates

Over the weekend the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) exhibited the world's largest gold coin in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Guinness World Record...

Krause Publications Presents World Mints with 2008 Coin of the Year Award

Canada's destiny was in the stars as it won the 2008 Coin of the Year Award sponsored by World Coin News, a monthly...

The Royal Canadian Mint Wins Coveted Awards at the 2008 World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany

Ottawa, Ontario – The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) added to its star-studded line up of award-winning coins when Krause Publications bestowed the Coin of the Year and Most Innovative Coin Awards on the RCM’s laser-etched $50 Palladium Big Bear and Little Bear Constellations coin series at the 2008 Coin of the Year Awards.

RCM’s laser-etched $50 Palladium Big Bear and Little Bear Constellations coin series wins Coin of the Year and Most Innovative Coin Awards.  The $5 Fine Silver “Pink Ribbon” Coin also was a co-winner of the Most Inspirational Coin Award. (Royal Canadian Mint images)

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Royal Canadian Mint Joins Quebec City’s 400th Anniversary Celebrations

RCM presents Proof Silver Dollar coin commemorating historical milestone to Quebec City Mayor Régis Labeaume QUEBEC CITY, Jan. 31 - The Royal Canadian...

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