2016 Ngc Pf69 Er Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set

2016 Ngc Pf69 Er Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set
2016 Ngc Pf69 Er Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set
2016 Ngc Pf69 Er Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set

2016 Ngc Pf69 Er Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set
YOU ARE LOOKING AT A 2016 PINK GOLD PLATING CANADA MAPLE LEAF NGC PF69 REVERSE PROOF 5 COIN FRACTIONAL SET. 999 FINE SILVER IN THE NEW MAPLE LEIF LABEL EDGE VIEW HOLDER WITH MINT BOX AND COA. THIS SET WAS MINTED BY THE CANADA MINT. THERE WAS A VERY LOW MINTAGE OF ONLY 7,500 SETS. CERT #’S WILL VARY AS WE HAVE MORE THEN 1 SET TO SELL. The item “2016 NGC PF69 ER CANADA REVERSE PROOF SILVER MAPLE LEAF 5 COIN FRACTIONAL SET” is in sale since Tuesday, September 22, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Proof/Prooflike Sets”. The seller is “silver-eagle-store” and is located in Hanover, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia.
  • Grade: PF69 EARLY RELEASES
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Certification: NGC
  • Composition: Silver
  • Year: 2016
  • Geographic Origin: Canada
  • Denomination: $5
  • Type: Proof Set
  • Material: Silver
  • Strike Type: Proof

2016 Ngc Pf69 Er Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set

2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land

2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land
2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land
2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land

2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land
Store Category: Canada 150. 2017 – Canada 150 – Our Home and Native Land – Silver Dollar 7-Coin Proof Set. Canada is a land of opportunity, and a nation whose landscapes are transformed by the seasonsincluding the autumn colours of our most cherished national emblem. It’s defined by cultural diversity and shared values, as well as deep sense of pride in a tradition of achievement and innovation since 1867. More than a memento, this affordable set provides outstanding value by bringing together frosted versions of Canada’s circulation coins for 2017 alongside a limited edition pure silver dollar that won’t be found anywhere else! Display Canadian pride with this limited edition Canada 150 set! YOU WON’T SEE THESE TOGETHER AGAIN! This is the only coin set to include the 2017 Limited Edition Proof Pure Silver Dollar and frosted versions of the exclusive 2017. My Canada, My Inspiration. The seven coins in your set include. THE FIVE WINNING DESIGNS FROM THE. MY CANADA, MY INSPIRATION. THE SPECIAL 50-CENT COIN DESIGN! The 50-cent coin features the official CANADA 150 logo, whose maple leaf mosaic represents Canadian Confederation. THE LIMITED EDITION PROOF 99.99% PURE SILVER DOLLAR! Your pure silver proof dollar features red colour over the engraved “150”, and a contemporary background comprised of thousands of engraved maple leaves. The repeating pattern gives the design more depth, but also creates the impression that you’re viewing Canada on a globe! A HEARTFELT ODE TO CANADA AND CANADIANS! Cutting-edge technology meets craftsmanship: Innovative technologies bring these designs to life in an unprecedented way! You can feel the deep sense of pride behind each of these coinstruly a heartfelt ode to Canada and Canadians! All your seven coins are beautifully presented in book-style packaging made of genuine leather! It’s an elegant way to protect and showcase these coins as a treasured part of your collection! The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coin sets. Most of these are serialized certifications, meaning that each certificate is given a unique number, starting at 1. Designed by Canadians for Canadians, the engraved images on each reverse are exclusive for Canada’s 150th anniversary yearincluding those of the five circulation coins from the. The 25-cent coin, Hope for a Green Future, shares a child’s hope for Canada’s abundant nature to be preserved for years to come, through a pair of hands that bring life to a plant that connects all living things. The 10-cent coin, Wings of Peace, captures our spirit of peacekeeping in a stylized design featuring an iconic maple leaf in the beak of a dove. The 5-cent coin, Living Traditions, reimagines the quintessential Canadian beaver in the traditional style of the northeastern woodland Algonkian tribes, thus celebrating 150 years of cultures meeting, sharing and evolving together. The set also includes a 50-cent coin bearing the official CANADA 150 logo of a maple leaf mosaic, and the set’s centrepiece: a limited edition 99.99% pure silver proof dollar. Designed by Canadian artist Jamie Desrochers, the background features an engraved micro-pattern of thousands of maple leaves that are curved to create the feeling that the coin is a globe, along with a map of Canada to bring the focus on our nation. Engraved above it is the number “150”, whose large size conveys the significance of this milestone year, while the application of red colour echoes that of our nation’s flag. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. Only a limited number of the 2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set will be made. 99.99% pure silver with colour. (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Three-ply nickel finish plated steel (outer ring); three-ply brass finish plated aluminum bronze (inner core). Timothy Hsia (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Three-ply brass plated steel. Three-ply nickel finish plated steel. Heritage Canada contest (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Joelle Wong (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Amy Choi (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). Gerald Gloade (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse). I do leave feedback for everyone. The item “2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land” is in sale since Sunday, November 19, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “coins.4.fun” and is located in Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Certification: Uncertified

2017 Limited Edition Silver Dollar Proof Set Canada 150 Our Home and Native Land

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation
2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation
2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation
Will Raise Price Back Up. 2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada. Original MINT CONDITION encapsulated with Certificate Authenticity & case/box, etc. The item “2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation” is in sale since Monday, February 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “mario95coin” and is located in Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Grade: PROOF RCM
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Certification: RCM COA
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

2017 Pure Silver Proof Set Classic Coins Canada 150th Anniversary Confederation

Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set

Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set
Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set
Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set
Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set

Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set
FIVE PURE SILVER PENNY PROOFS – ALL UNIQUE IN CANADIAN HISTORY! Low mintage, too – only 5,000 total sets! It’s like losing a friend, someone who’s been there all your life – the penny is no more. Canada has made the momentous decision to eliminate the one cent denomination, and we are sad. One of the three most collected of Canadian coins along with the dollar. And silver maple leaf. , the penny has been a cornerstone of Canadian (and North American) commerce since the earliest colonial times. Now, the bureaucrats and bean counters in their offices say it costs too much to manufacture – more to fabricate, in fact, that its face value. And so, the penny. But not before one final flourish. The Royal Canadian Mint celebrates the much-loved penny’s exit from the financial stage with a spate of releases at once exotic, bizarre and intriguing. Rose-Gold Plated 1/2 Ounce Pure Silver 1¢ Penny Proof. 1/25 Ounce Pure Gold 1¢ Penny Proof. Complete 5-Coin Collection – Remembrance of Designs Past Pure Silver 1¢ Penny Proof Set. Five Ounce Pure Silver Penny Reverse Proof. With what (we believe) future numismatists will view as numismatic delicacies of the first rank! Each bears the maple leaves. That are the hallmark of the penny (as well as the national symbol of Canada), marking the final time they will ever grace one cent coins. But oh, what coins these are! We can not stress strongly enough what the milestone discontinuation of the penny means! Canada has eliminated this denomination permanently – after 2012, there will be no more one cent coins, ever! These five, pure silver penny proofs are unprecedented and unique in Canadian history! The throwback or retro portraits make these coins even more unique and desirable! We believe that this landmark set will become a numismatic delicacy, greedily pursued by future generations! The mintage limit is low, so stock up now! Don’t forget these other two great Canadian Silver Sets! 2003 Hologram Silver Maple Fractional SML Set. 2013 Silver Maple Leaf 25th Anniversary Fractional SML Set. Five Pure Silver Pennies – Unique and Unprecedented in Canadian Numismatic History! The year 2012 marks the end of production of Canadas 1-cent piece. To celebrate the pennys long history, the Royal Canadian Mint is offering a series of commemorative pennies, each struck in pure silver with a proof finish. Together, these trace the history of the denomination. Though the reverse and obverse design of this penny predates the Royal Mints presence in Canada, when the first coin was struck on Canadian soil in 1908, it was a penny just like this one. The reverse features the maple wreath design that had been present on Canadian 1-cent coins since the Victorian era, framing a central field featuring the words ONE CENT and the year of production. The obverse features the effigy of King Edward VII. In 1911, George V became king and the obverse of the Canadian 1-Cent coin changed to feature the effigy of the new monarch. At the same time, a new reverse design featuring the word CANADA was introduced. In 1920, the Royal Mint not only made the penny smaller but also introduced a new reverse design featuring two maple leaves and the words ONE CENT and CANADA. The obverse continued to feature the effigy of King George V, though complications in 1936 caused by the abdication of King George V s successor, Edward VIII, led the Mint to modify the 1936 dies in order to produce never-circulated George V dot cents in the event of a delay in production of 1937 coinage. To celebrate Canadas centennial, Canadian artist Alex Colville created a special commemorative reverse design for the penny featuring a rock dove in flight. The design featuring two maple leaves. On a sprig was created by Canadian artist G. Kruger-Gray and first used in 1937. Originally composed of copper, 2012’s one cent circulation coin is made of copper-plated steel. In 1982, the shape of the penny was modified from perfectly circular to a 12-sided design to assist the visually impaired. This shape was maintained until 1997, when the penny became round again until its final striking in 2012. The Penny – A Brief History. The maple leaf gracing the one cent coin is emblematic of everything Canadian. The maple tree has been a major contributor to the development of the forestry industry as well as a source of delicious syrup! In addition the maple leaf is the central feature of the national flag of Canada. The first one cent coin was struck by the Countess of Grey at the official opening of the Ottawa branch of the Royal Mint on January 2, 1908. The Death of the Penny. Todays rising costs of labor, metals, manufacturing, and distribution mean that each penny. Costs more than 1.6 cents to produce. The Royal Canadian Mints patented and cost-effective multi-ply plated steel technology allows it to keep production costs for all other Canadian circulation coins well under their face value; not so, however, for the one-cent piece. In its Economic Action Plan 2012, the Government of Canada announced its decision to modernize Canadas currency set by eliminating the penny from Canadas coinage system. While the penny will remain legal tender (it is not being demonetized, merely discontinued), the Royal Canadian Mint will no longer distribute pennies as of Fall 2012. Canadians can still spend pennies, redeem them at financial institutions, donate them to charities, or recycle them. Though the humble penny will one day soon disappear from piggy banks and cash registers everywhere, its unique role in the history of Canadian coinage remains timeless. Itself, though perhaps no longer present in our pockets, will always hold a special place in our hearts. There are tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of Canadian penny collectors. And yet there are only 5,000 of these one cent sets – and they’re the only way to get these very special pennies! Each penny is found only in this set, and each is struck in the purest silver. Refined anywhere in the world. Making each even more special, each is a proof strike, with a retro design that commemorates the historical type of Canadian pennies of decades past. All future generations of penny collectors will need these coins to assemble a full type set or date set. Don’t let this complete 5-coin collection sell out on you, get yours today! The Royal Canadian Mint refines the purest silver in the world. Each of these unique one cent coins is 99.99% pure! See “Individual Coin Specifications” table below for more information. Each coin is encapsulated inside a luxurious, solid wood presentation case, lined with black velvet and protected by a full color, custom box. An individually-numbered certificate of authenticity is included. 5 Cents (5 x 1 Cent). 14.70 g (5 x 2.94 g). 19.10 mm (each coin). 9999 Fine (Pure) Silver. Making Change: The Story of the Canadian Penny. On the stage of Canadian currency, the humble penny has often been considered a bit player. It lacks the quarters size, the dimes diminutive prestige, the nickels shining patina. Though ubiquitous, the penny has always been a breed apart. But the life story of Canadas 1-cent piece is anything but dull. It is a story that not only traces the history of Canadian currency, but in many ways walks arm-in-arm with the narrative of Canadas evolution from imperial outpost to dominion to independent nation. Moving Forward, Looking Back. On January 2, 1908the day that the Ottawa branch of the Royal Mint was itself freshly mintedCountess Alice Grey, wife of Canadas ninth Governor-General, Albert Henry George Grey, stepped forward and struck Canadas first domestically produced coin: a 1-cent piece. By 2012, more than 35 billion more would be produced. Todays rising costs of labour, base metals, manufacturing, and distribution mean that each penny costs more than 1.6 cents to produce. While the penny will remain legal tender, the Royal Canadian Mint will no longer distribute pennies as of Fall 2012. Though the humble penny will one day disappear from our midst, its unique role in the history of Canadian coinage remains timeless. And the penny itself, though perhaps no longer present in our pockets, will always hold a special place in our hearts. Talisman World Coins and Medals has been in business for more than 20 years and is one of the largest world coin direct distributors and wholesalers in the world. The item “Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set” is in sale since Thursday, January 24, 2013. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\Australia\Commemorative”. The seller is “talismancoins” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Year: 2012
  • Composition: Silver
  • Country of Manufacture: Canada

Canada 2012 Farewell to Penny One 1 Cent Pure. 9999 Silver 5 Coin Proof Set

Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box

Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box

Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box
Get the COMPLETE 6-COIN COLLECTION of all six silver proofs in the extremely popular Big Coins Series, in the rare solid wood presentation case display box! Get all six circulating Canadian denominations, each minted in five troy ounces of pure silver with proof finish and full color! This listing is for the COMPLETE Collection of all 6 different. Big Coins Series 5 Troy Ounce Pure Silver Proof coins in the 6-Coin Custom Solid Wood Presentation Case Box. These may also be available individually! The Royal Canadian Mint strikes again! Now we’re livin’ large! Here’s your unique opportunity to acquire each of the current six circulating denominations of Canadian coinage – except blown up to monster size! Celebrate the history and artistry of Canadian circulation coinage, in a larger version – the better to enjoy these storied designs in all their glory! Each beautiful proof is minted in five troy ounces. Of pure silver and features vibrant, full color. On both the obverse! Extremely rare, complete six-coin proof set! Very, very few sets in the solid wood presentation case display box were issued by the Mint! Get the Complete Collection – All 6 Big Coins 5 Oz Silver Proofs – Only A Tiny Number of Sets Issued. Each coin is only the second five ounce silver of its denomination in Canadian history! We can not stress strongly enough what an opportunity this is! Five Ounce Silver Penny. This landmark proof set has already become a numismatic delicacy, to be greedily pursued by future generations! The mintage limit is extremely low, so grab yours now! Collect ALL the Big Coins 5 Oz Silver Proofs. 1 Common Loon “Loonie” 5 Oz Silver Dollar. 2 Caribou 5 Oz Silver Quarter Dollar – 25 Cents. 3 Bluenose Schooner 5 Oz Silver Dime – 10 Cents. 4 Beaver 5 Oz Silver Nickel – 5 Cents. 5 Coat of Arms 5 Oz Silver Half Dollar – 50 Cents. 6 Polar Bear “Toonie” 5 Oz Silver Two Dollars. + Big Coins Complete 6-Coin Collection! The Beloved Bi-Metallic Polar Bear Toonie. The Canadian two dollar coin, commonly referred to as the “toonie” or “twonie”, was introduced on February 19, 1996 by Public Works minister Diane Marleau. The toonie is a bi-metallic coin sporting an scene of a large, adult polar bear. Standing on an ice floe, gazing out over the early summer Arctic. Landscape, by artist Brent Townsend. The other side, like all other current Canadian circulation coins, has a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. It has the legend ELIZABETH II D. REGINA in a different typeface from any other Canadian circulation coin. It is also the only such coin to consistently bear its date of issue on the Queen side. The name “toonie” became so widely accepted that in 2006 the Royal Canadian Mint secured the rights to it! A competition to name the polar bear. Resulted in the name “Churchill”, a reference both to Winston Churchill and to the common polar bear sightings near Churchill, Manitoba. The coin is manufactured using a patented and distinctive bi-metallic coin locking mechanism. The coins are estimated to last at least 20 years in circulation. The discontinued two-dollar bank note was less expensive to manufacture, but on average each bill lasted only one year. Here’s a coin set with a ton of investment potential, to say nothing of cachet! Each coin is huge (nearly 3 inches in diameter) and stuck in the purest silver. Refined anywhere in the world. The numismatic circulating coin theme is extremely popular, too! Then there’s that extremely low mintage limit. Only a tiny number of these sets was released by the Mint! Don’t let this baby get away – get your set today! Technology Note – Color. The Royal Canadian Mint leads the world with its proprietary colorization technology, in which the color is actually sealed on the coin. The intricate detail, smooth gradients, and extreme precision of the technology create a stunning look on each coin. The Royal Canadian Mint refines the purest silver in the world. Each five troy ounce silver coin. Is 99.99% pure! An artistic, realistic and minutely detailed portrait of a polar bear. The date of issue and denomination also appear. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. In profile facing right. This portrait, the fourth effigy of the queen to appear on Canadian Coinage, was executed by the artist Susanna Blunt. The legend reads ELIZABETH II D. REGINA (“Elizabeth II, Queen by the Grace of God”). Each coin is encapsulated inside a handsome solid wood presentation case, lined with black velvet and protected by full color outer box. Individually-numbered certificates of authenticity are included. 945.60 (6 x 157.60 g). Total for each single coin. Proof with 24-Karat Gold Plating. 9999 Fine (Pure) Silver. The item “Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box” is in sale since Saturday, September 10, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “talismancoins” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Canada 2016 Big Coins Series 5 Oz Color Silver Proof 6 Coin Set in Wood Case Box

2016 Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set Historic Reign

2016 Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set Historic Reign
2016 Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set Historic Reign

2016 Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set Historic Reign
YOU ARE LOOKING AT A LIVE IN STOCK 2016 PINK GOLD PLATING CANADA MAPLE LEAF REVERSE PROOF 5 COIN FRACTIONAL SET. 999 FINE SILVER WITH MINT BOX AND COA. THIS SET WAS MINTED BY THE CANADA MINT. THERE WAS A VERY LOW MINTAGE OF ONLY 7,500 SETS. CERT #’S WILL VARY AS WE HAVE MORE THEN 1 SET TO SELL. The item “2016 CANADA REVERSE PROOF SILVER MAPLE LEAF 5 COIN FRACTIONAL SET HISTORIC REIGN” is in sale since Sunday, May 01, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Proof/Prooflike Sets”. The seller is “silver-eagle-store” and is located in Hanover, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

2016 Canada Reverse Proof Silver Maple Leaf 5 Coin Fractional Set Historic Reign

1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs

1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs
1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs
1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs
1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs
1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs
1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs

1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs
The year 1967 represented a momentous time in Canada’s history, when the young nation enthusiastically celebrated the 100th anniversary of Confederation. As part of that year-long celebration, the Royal Canadian Mint issued a unique set of Canadian circulation coins that bore a reverse design by acclaimed artist Alex Colville. Strikingly simple but unquestionably elegant, these now-iconic coins featured animals symbolic of Canada’s natural legacy, in an eloquent display of the artist’s vision of the nationa vision just as relevant today, as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary. The beloved 1967 Canadian Centennial coins are truly unforgettable; they are coveted collectibles that are prized for their historical value and aesthetic beauty, but also cherished for igniting the passion of many life-long coin collectors. A perfect gift for an Alex Colville fan! Never before have these iconic designs been featured in 99.99% pure silver! THE 1967 CENTENNIAL COIN DESIGNS! A contemporary re-issue of the 1967 Centennial coins, as they appeared in the 1967 Specimen Set, featuring each denomination in its original size! EACH COIN STRUCK IN 99.99% PURE SILVER! Your coins are the highest quality of silver available from the Royal Canadian Mint, and a higher purity level than seen in the original 1967 coins. METICULOUS ENGRAVING OF EACH SUBJECT HIGHLIGHTED! The proof quality of the coins is enhanced with modern polishing techniques that highlight the meticulous engraving of each subject. OBVERSE FEATURES THE SECOND EFFIGY OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II! For added historical authenticity, the obverse features the second effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as it appeared on the 1967 circulation coins. COMES IN GENUINE LEATHER, BOOK-STYLE PACKAGING! Provides an elegant way to proudly showcase these coins together. 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. Your coin set is GST/HST exempt with a limited worldwide mintage. All seven coins are crafted in 99.99% pure silver, with each one bearing a similar reverse design as the 1967 Centennial set of circulation coins designed by Canadian artist Alex Colville. Precision engraving recreates the iconic rock dove, rabbit, mackerel, bobcat, wolf and Canada goose featured on the 1-cent, 5-cent, 10-cent, 25-cent, 50-cent and 1-dollar coins, respectively. Each coin has been carefully polished to ensure a stunning proof finish that showcases the artistry and expert craftsmanship behind this timely tribute to some of Canada’s most beloved coins. The obverse features the second effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Arnold Machin. For the Centennial coins, Canadian artists, sculptors and designers were invited to submit their coinage designs in a competition launched in 1964. Without a clear winner, the panel of judges invited five more artists to submit their coin concept ideas. On April 20, 1966, a winner was announced: Canadian painter Alex Colville, who is remembered today for famous pieces such as. To Prince Edward Island. The Canadian Design Resource. Declared the 1967 Centennial coins to be among the all-time best Canadian designs. Your coin are encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded genuine leather, book-style packaging that provides an elegant way to proudly showcase these coins together. I do leave feedback for everyone. The item “1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs” is in sale since Wednesday, July 19, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “coins.4.fun” and is located in Richmond Hill, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
  • Country of Manufacture: Canada
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Certification: Uncertified

1967-2017 Canada Centennial Pure Silver 7-Coin Proof Set Alex Colville Desigs

Canada 2012 8 Coin Proof Set with War of 1812 Bicentennial $1 Silver Proof Dollar

Canada 2012 8 Coin Proof Set with War of 1812 Bicentennial $1 Silver Proof Dollar
Canada 2012 8 Coin Proof Set with War of 1812 Bicentennial $1 Silver Proof Dollar

Canada 2012 8 Coin Proof Set with War of 1812 Bicentennial $1 Silver Proof Dollar
This year’s affordable Silver Dollar Proof Set features a pure silver dollar commemorating. The War of 1812. The second war of American Independence! The Royal Canadian Mint is releasing a multi-coin program. To remember the War of 1812, which was, in effect, a second War of Independence for the nascent United States that’s right, we had to fight for our freedom. For Americans, mention of the War of 1812. Conjures up images of the Star Spangled Banner flying over Fort McHenry, frigate duels on the high seas, the burning of Washington, D. (and the White House), and Andrew Jackson’s smashing victory at the Battle of New Orleans. For Canadians, the war helped begin to establish a national identity, as Native Americans. And Canadian militia fought alongside British regulars to repel multiple American incursions into Canada. Commemorate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 with this low mintage, silver dollar. The mint has not only lowered the mintage limit (see below), they have also significantly lowered the price over last year’s proof set! The Maple Leaf penny is now struck in solid copper! – The coins are now struck in solid nickel: 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ and 50¢! Dollar is now struck in solid brass! – The polar bear toonie has a solid brass outer ring and solid nickel core! Lowest mintage limit ever for this annual release – only 40,000! That’s a whopping 5,000 less than last year! Compare that to the mintage of U. Proof sets some in the millions! We recommend not delaying, and believe that this silver dollar proof set will sell out. A quick sell out at the Mint is anticipated! The Mint has released an outstanding program of coins in honor of the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Including several numismatic silver dollars. All feature a dynamic, military design. Design is available in 3 different varieties, included among these program options: Silver Dollar #1 – A Brilliant Uncirculated Pure Silver Dollar. In presentation case Silver Dollar #2 – A Proof Pure Silver Dollar. In presentation case Proof Set #1 – The low mintage, 8-Coin Silver Dollar Proof Set. (with the same proof silver dollar as above) Proof Set #2 – The even-lower-mintage 8-Coin Pure Silver Proof Set. With special gold-plated War of 1812 silver dollar. Ultra-rare, mintage of 600 Indian Peace Medal 1 Kilogram Ultra High Relief Silver Proof. And don’t forget the. Pure Silver Dollar with Color. The victor of several War of 1812. Battles against British ships, during which she earned the nickname “Old Ironsides”! Designed by Ardell Bourgeois, the silver dollar. Found only in this Proof Set highlights the role of multiple combatants in defending the British colonies in Canada. Superimposed on a map of Upper and Lower Canada in the Eastern Great Lakes region, three soldiers a sergeant in the British regular army, a Native American. Iroquois warrior brave, and a Voltigeur Canadien or militia, all in historically accurate uniforms, guard the border with unity of purpose to defend the colonies they represent. The annual Silver Dollar Proof Set. Includes a full-proof-finish example of each and every one of the circulation coins of Canada, each of which features a design of national importance, including: One Cent Maple Leaf Penny Five Cent Beaver Nickel Ten Cent Bluenose Schooner Dime Twenty-Five Cent Caribou Quarter Fifty Cent Coat of Arms Half Dollar One Dollar Common Loon “Loonie” Two Dollar Bi-Metal Polar Bear “Toonie” All of these coins above including the penny and loonie. Are solid metal alloys. Every coin is struck with the Mint’s proof finish, with frosted cameo devices and dark, mirrored fields (or background). Each Silver Dollar Proof Set also includes a pure silver. This year the proof set dollar commemorates the bicentennial of the War of 1812. This special silver dollar found in this set is also available singly in both proof and BU versions, available separately. The War of 1812 – The Canadian Perspective. In the United States, battles such as the Battle of New Orleans of 1815 and the Battle of Baltimore of 1814 (which inspired the lyrics of the United States national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner”) produced a sense of euphoria over this “Second War of Independence” against Great Britain. It ushered in the “Era of Good Feelings” in which partisan animosity nearly vanished. For Canadians, the War of 1812. Does not figure as large on the national landscape, but still represents a rich historical moment steeped in both fact and myth, complete with heroes and villains, glorious victories and disastrous defeats. While the conflict did not predestine the emergence of Canada as a nation, outcomes like the sustained sovereignty of British North America and the collaborative experience of resisting American forces would eventually help to feed Canadas transition from British colony to dominion to independent nation. English colonists, French Canadiens and Native Americans. Alike recognized that American invasion threatened their own independence and way of life. The War of 1812 was hard fought on both sides for two more years, over which time some of Canadas proudest moments arose. The hard lessons learned in the War further strengthened the physical and economic ties between Upper and Lower Canada, promoting greater colonial unity. More viscerally, the conflict spawned shared stories and heroes that represent a common thread in the histories of all of Canadas founding peoples. This year the mint has imposed a strict. Mintage limit of only 40,000 on the annual Silver Dollar Proof Set. 5,000 less than in 2011! In addition to lowering the mintage limit, the Mint has also decreased the price significantly versus the 2011 Proof Set! The reverse of each coin features Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England. In profile facing right. This portrait, the fourth effigy of the queen to appear on Canadian coinage, was executed by the artist Susanna Blunt. The legend ELIZABETH II D. REGINA (“Elizabeth II, Queen by the Grace of God”) and mint mark also appear. The coins are sealed a sturdy plastic lens, elegantly presented inside a large, burgundy-leatherette book lined with black velvet and protected by a black outer box. An individually-numbered certificate with full specifications accompanies the set. 4 Dollars and 91 Cents. See Individual Specifications below. Ardell Bourgeois (War of 1812 dollar). Talisman World Coins and Medals has been in business for more than 20 years and is one of the largest world coin direct distributors and wholesalers in the world. The item “Canada 2012 8 Coin Proof Set with War of 1812 Bicentennial $1 Silver Proof Dollar” is in sale since Thursday, December 13, 2012. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “talismancoins” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country of Manufacture: Canada

Canada 2012 8 Coin Proof Set with War of 1812 Bicentennial $1 Silver Proof Dollar

Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box

Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box
Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box
Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box
Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box
Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box
Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box

Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box
Everyone loves this American Bald Eagle. Fractional Proof Set, with a mintage limit of just 7,500! How awesome is this – a 4-Coin Proof Set tribute to the American Bald Eagle, the national bird of the United States? Why can’t the United States Mint come up with something this patriotic and desirable to say nothing of rare – the total mintage limit is only 7,500! Designed by award-winning Canadian wildlife artist Derek C. Wicks, each of the four beauties in this fractional proof set depicts a profile portrait of the noble American Bald Eagle. The apex predator that gives us the term “eagle eyed”. Minted in the purest silver. On the planet, the four coins are: 2 Dollars – 1/10 Troy Ounce Pure Silver 3 Dollars – 1/4 Troy Ounce Pure Silver 4 Dollars – 1/2 Troy Ounce Pure Silver 5 Dollars – 1 Troy Ounce Pure Silver We know this set will be popular, so here’s an exclusive opportunity for the savvy investor! A word to the wise – get this one while the gettin’s still good! Pure Silver Bald Eagle 4-Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set – Mintage 7,500. An Original Work of Art. The design, created by award-winning Canadian wildlife. Wicks, who was twice named the National Artist of the Year by Ducks Unlimited, is an original work of art. A noble bald eagle. Surveys his domain, ever in search of a tasty salmon or elusive rabbit on which to dine. Each coin features a beautifully engraved and white-frosted cameo eagle portrait against a brilliant, mirrored background. So detailed is the engraving that the individual barbs and veins on each of the eagle’s feathers can be seen! The Royal Canadian Mint refines the purest silver in the world. The RCM is also the only mint in the world to issue commemorative coins in a. These fractional silver coins are 99.99% pure! The Magnificent Bald Eagle. The great Bald Eagle. Is a native North American bird of prey whose battle back from the brink of extinction in some areas in the 1970s, is a species success story. In Canada, salmon-rich British Columbia is the astonishing hunters stronghold! However, this magnificent bird breeds in all provinces and territories. Its populations are regularly monitored by wilderness authorities. Most people realize that (despite its name) the bald eagle. Is not actually bald. The term bald may come from an outmoded usage meaning white, or from the term piebald, which means patchy. The bald eagles head and tail are covered in bright white feathers and the remainder of its body is dark brown. It has a sharp hooked beak and large feet tipped with long, razor-like talons and small spicules (spikes) that make it an exceptional hunter. Eagles are renowned for their amazing vision, which allows them to see up to seven times farther than humans. Their swiftness is also notable and they can reach especially high speeds when diving. They consume small mammals, snakes, other birds, and carrion. A bald eagles nesting spot of choice is a large tree near an isolated, well-stocked body of water. Their nests are among the largest in the world, spanning over ten feet (three meters) and weighing up to a ton, and host two eaglets per breeding cycle. Bald eagles are believed to mate for life. Their mating dance is a sight to behold, as prospective partners take turns trying to impress one another with complicated aerial maneuvers that include cartwheels, talon-locking, and more. Coastal eagles in more moderate climates tend to stay in the same territory year round; otherwise, eagles will migrate to coastal or southern wintering grounds. An apex predator exclusive to North America with no obvious natural enemies, the bald eagle. Population today seems to remain stable throughout most of its range. Ultra-low mintage, an unique wildlife design by an award-winning artist, cameo frosted proof finish, four pure silver fractional coins, all presented in an handsome, solid wood Canadian Maple presentation case. What more do we have to say? ! ? The legend 9999 FINE SILVER guarantees the purity, while the weight of each coin in troy ounces of pure silver is also indicated. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. In profile facing right. This portrait, the fourth effigy of the queen to appear on Canadian Coinage, was executed by the artist Susanna Blunt. The legend ELIZABETH II D. REGINA (“Elizabeth II, Queen by the Grace of God”) also appears. The date and denomination are also indicated. The coins are encapsulated inside a handsome solid wood, Canadian Maple presentation case, lined with black velvet. An individually-numbered certificate of authenticity is included. 9999 Fine (Pure) Silver. The item “Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box” is in sale since Thursday, May 28, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “talismancoins” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

Canada 2015 American Bald Eagle 4 Coin Fractional Silver Proof Set in Wood Box

Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box

Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box
Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box
Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box
Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box
Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box

Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box
Everyone loves this Lone Wolf. Fractional Proof Set, with a mintage limit of just 7,500! How awesome is this – a 4-Coin Proof Set tribute to the Grey Wolf? Why can’t the United States Mint come up with something this patriotic and desirable to say nothing of rare – the total mintage limit is only 7,500! Designed by Canadian wildlife artist Pierre Leduc, each of the four beauties in this fractional proof set depicts a profile portrait of the noble Grey Wolf. The apex predator that gives us the term “lone wolf”. Minted in the purest silver. On the planet, the four coins are: 2 Dollars – 1/10 Troy Ounce Pure Silver 3 Dollars – 1/4 Troy Ounce Pure Silver 4 Dollars – 1/2 Troy Ounce Pure Silver 5 Dollars – 1 Troy Ounce Pure Silver We know this set will be popular, so here’s an exclusive opportunity for the savvy investor! A word to the wise – get this one while the gettin’s still good! Pure Silver Lone Wolf 4-Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set – Mintage 7,500. Don’t miss out on these other great Canadian Silver Sets! 2012 Farewell to the Penny Pure Silver 5-Coin Set. 2013 25th Anniversary of the SML 5-Coin Fractional Set. 2014 24-Karat Gold-Plated 5-Coin Fractional SML Set. 2014 Bald Eagle – Day in the Life 3-Coin Pure Silver Proof Set. 2014 Majestic Maple 3-Coin Pure Silver Proof Set with Jade. 2015 Red Enamel Incuse Silver Maple 5-Coin Fractional Set. 2015 Looney Tunes Complete 4-Coin Collection Proof Set. An Original Work of Art. The design, created by Canadian wildlife. Artist Pierre Leduc, is an original work of art. Using different finishes to enhance the expert engraving, Royal Canadian Mint engravers have faithfully rendered a lone grey wolf in exceptionally fine detail. This right-side profile emphasizes the textures on the wolfs furry neck, its pointed ears, and its facial features. Possessing keen senses, the intelligent animal has fixed its steely, determined gaze upon something in the distance just beyond the reverse image field; this allows the viewer to get a close view of the wolfs. Expression as it stands with its tongue slightly protruding and its mouth open to reveal a row of teeth along its lower jaw. The overall design boasts a remarkable combination of artistry and craftsmanship as the wolfs meticulously engraved fur lends the image a sense of dimension and depth, in a way that the viewer can easily imagine the softness of it to the touch. The Royal Canadian Mint refines the purest silver in the world. The RCM is also the only mint in the world to issue commemorative coins in a. These fractional silver coins are 99.99% pure! It’s a true thrill to wildlife. Lovers when they catch a glimpse of the mythic wolf in the wild! Although they were held in high esteem for eons by Native Americans. Because of their spirits, wolves have been eradicated throughout most their range in North America, partly by hunters for trophies, and partly by ranchers as pests. However, wolves have been making a comeback recently and have been reintroduced to several locations, including national parks. Play an important role by preying on big game animals and helping to control their population, including eliminating aged and diseased animals. Though they hunt in packs, wolves do not view humans as prey. The largest member of the canine family, the Grey Wolf. Varies in color from grizzled gray or black to pure white. This animal tends to live, travel and hunt in a pack, which usually includes the alpha mother and father, their pups and several younger animals. Grey Wolves develop close relationships and strong social bonds. They often demonstrate deep affection for other members of their pack, and may even sacrifice themselves to protect the family unit! Ultra-low mintage, an unique wildlife design by an award-winning artist, cameo frosted proof finish, four pure silver fractional coins, all presented in an handsome, solid wood Canadian Maple presentation case. What more do we have to say? ! ? Artist Pierre Leduc, is an original work of art, a profile portrait of a lone grey wolf. The legend 9999 FINE SILVER guarantees the purity, while the weight of each coin in troy ounces of pure silver is also indicated. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. In profile facing right. This portrait, the fourth effigy of the queen to appear on Canadian Coinage, was executed by the artist Susanna Blunt. The legend ELIZABETH II D. REGINA (“Elizabeth II, Queen by the Grace of God”) also appears. The date and denomination are also indicated. The coins are encapsulated inside a handsome solid wood, Canadian Maple presentation case, lined with black velvet. An individually-numbered certificate of authenticity is included. 9999 Fine (Pure) Silver. The item “Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box” is in sale since Wednesday, November 04, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “talismancoins” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Canada 2016 Lone Wolf 4 Coin Fractional Pure Silver Proof Set in Maple Wood Box