RCM Gold Modern Commems
Appreciate Canada's rich history with Commemorative Gold coins that include Alpha Wolf Gold Coins and Maple Leaf Gold Coins.
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 Gold 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 for Gold and Silver coins include:
- First colored coin.
- First hologram coin.
- First irregular-shaped (square) coin.
- First 5 oz .9999 fine Silver coin.
- First coin colored using plasma technology.
- First million-dollar face-value coin.
Find Royal Canadian Mint Commemorative Gold coins and your favorite modern Royal Canadian Mint Gold products that span from historical Gold coins to the fierce Alpha Wolf Coins, featuring a stunning image of Canada's iconic wildlife. Consider a Canadian Gold coin that pays tribute to world history, such as the WW2 Canadian commemorative coin featuring an honorable display of a training session with heavy machine guns on the reverse. Or perhaps a Gold coin that appreciates the bold landscapes of Canada's rich horizon, such as the Kaleidoscope of Color coin that boasts stunning autumn colors on its reverse. From the RoyalCanadian Mint Alpha Wolf Coins to the precious Maple Leaf series, these commemorative Gold coins pay tribute to Canada's rich history.
With limited mintages, Commemorative Gold coins require proper protection, storage and display. Store Canadian Gold coins in acrylic air-tight holders available in a variety of sizes, ideal for preserving the coin's condition while featuring a clear casing so the coin can still be enjoyed. Consider giving Alpha Wolf Canadian Mint Coins as a gift. Many of these valuable Canadian Commemorative coins come packaged with a beautiful wood gift box, featuring an air-tight seal and gasket for display.
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