RCM Gold Modern Commems
RCM Modern Commemorative Gold Coins - The Royal Canadian Mint was formed in 1908 and is a world leader in producing high-quality circulating, numismatic and bullion coins. With many award-winning coins and notable firsts, the Royal Canadian Mint is one of the most innovative mints in the world! Some of this mint's notable firsts include:
• First colored coin.
• First hologram coin.
• First irregular-shaped (square) coin.
• First 5 oz 0.9999-fine Silver coin.
• First colored coin using plasma technology.
• First million-dollar face-value coin ever minted.
Check this category for your favorite modern Royal Canadian Mint Gold products.
To view available Royal Canadian Mint Gold Commemorative coins, click on the image representing the product of your interest:
A stunning heraldic commemoration of the bicentennial of a pivotal moment in Canadian, British, and American history. The eagle, representing American forces, stands powerfully opposed to the lion, who symbolizes the Brit.... Read More
This .9999 pure gold coin is a stunning and unique tribute to one of British Columbia's most intriguing and beautiful marine residents, the Leather Star. The quality of the engraving is perfected by the coin's .... Read More
The first $5 gold coin in the Royal Canadian Mint’s exciting new "O Canada" series focusing on iconic Canadian images, this beautiful coin celebrates the rich history and symbolism associated with the Canadian b.... Read More
The subject of this 1/2 oz $100 Canadian gold coin is peace! The reverse depicts a branch of maple leaves intertwined with a branch of olive leaves, symbols of Canada and Peace coming together. The words "Peace-Pai.... Read More
This $200 1/2 oz gold coin commemorates the 25th anniversary (Silver Jubilee) of the Canadian flag. 17.1350 grams of 22k gold. Comes with original mint box and certificate of authenticity.
The General Assembly of the United Nations declared 1990 as the International Year of Literacy. The reverse of this beautiful proof gold coin was designed by John Mardon. The obverse bears the effigy of the Queen. Co.... Read More