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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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The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), founded in 1987 and a leader in third-party grading services, has announced a new interim hologram on NGC standard holders. The updated hologram includes the non commercial web site, www.ngcterms.com, containing information regarding coin grading and the terms of NGC certifications.

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Today, the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) released a new coin commemorating the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The commemorative 25-cent pictures alpine skiing. The coin is the fifth in a series of 17 circulating coins to be made, and the last one to be released this year. The RCM press release announcing the […]

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The coinage from the Royal Canadian Mint is among the most unique in the world. A classic example is their new release of a $30 silver coin with a colorful photographic hologram on its reverse that shows Niagara Falls. And it’s a panoramic view, no less. Granted, it’s a collector coin with a limited production […]

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