Collectors from Canada and around the world can thank the Royal Canadian Mint for a bumper crop of new and exciting collector coins as the fall weather cools and the shopping season heats up.
"The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to offer products which appeal to traditional collectors as well as encourage new customers to experience the pleasure of owning exquisitely crafted coins with meaningful themes," said Ian E. Bennett, President and CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint. [...]
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to announce that investors world-wide can now buy the 2011 Silver Wolf Bullion Coin; the first in a new series of Canadian Wildlife silver 9999 fine one-ounce bullion coins.
The Mint's Ottawa facility will produce one million coins showcasing this theme and will introduce a minimum of two annual issues over the next three years. These exciting new silver bullion coins will be priced on the same market rate as the Mint's world-famous Silver Maple Leaf bullion coin.
Rider pride was in full swing as the Royal Canadian Mint launched a new commemorative one-dollar circulation coin honouring the Saskatchewan Roughriders' 100th birthday.
The Mint delighted Roughrider fans by officially unveiling this circulation coin in the company of Saskatchewan Roughriders and federal government officials gathered at a public event held in Regina's Northgate Mall.
A new one-dollar circulation coin immortalizing the centennial of the Canadian Navy, proudly produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, was unveiled today by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada and Commander-in-Chief of the Canadian Forces.
2010 Canadian Navy Centennial $1 Circulation Coin
The unveiling took place at a luncheon celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Navy, hosted by the Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence.
The Mint will produce seven million one-dollar Canadian Navy Centennial commemorative circulation coins, which will begin circulating today [June 29) and Canadians are encouraged to look for this special coin in their change, or order it online by visiting www.mint.ca/navy.
As the world cheers the kick-off of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, the Royal Canadian Mint is proud to announce that it has become the exclusive Canadian retailer of gold and silver coins produced by the South African Mint in celebration the most anticipated and watched soccer tournament on earth.
2010 FIFA World Cup Gold and Silver Coins
Soccer fans and coin collectors alike can choose from a series of three gold and one silver collector coin, as well as a Silver Premium Edition Set of five different 1oz silver coins and a 40 mm diameter silver medal. Any product from this selection is sure to immortalize the thrilling exploits of the world's best footballers in exquisitely crafted, limited-edition gold and silver coins.
The Royal Canadian Mint marked spring's arrival with a strong accent on nature in the launch of exciting new coins designed to appeal to the discerning collector and the budding coin enthusiast alike.
A number of popular series continue in this latest release of 2010, notably: the 99.999% pure gold Canadian Floral Emblems series featuring Manitoba's Prairie Crocus; the 1/25 oz. pure gold coin honouring the RCMP; the Birds of Canada 25-cent coin series celebrating the colourful Goldfinch; and the 2010 50-cent specially-wrapped coin roll.