2014 RCM Silver Commemorative Collectible Coins
2014 Royal Canadian Mint Products - The Royal Canadian Mint was formed in 1908 and is a world leader in producing high-quality circulating, numismatic, and bullion coins. Probably the most well-known of the Canadian Mint's coins is the Silver Maple Leaf, first minted in 1988 and struck every year since.
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 first 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 the latest Royal Canadian Mint products, including Gold and Silver Maple Leaf bullion coins, Wildlife Series releases and Chinese Lunar coins.
To view available 2014 Royal Canadian Mint products or to get Gold and Silver prices, click on the image representing the Gold or Silver coins of your interest:
First coin in this exciting new series of three flowers found in Canada! The reverse image by Canadian artist Bert Liverance shows a single tulip flower selectively coloured so it stands out from a sea of blooms.... Read More
Mintage of 225,000. Previous coins in this series have sold out at the Royal Canadian Mint. On the reverse of this .9999 pure silver coin is an image of an o.... Read More
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This $0.25 coloured coin is the fourth coin in a series, this time featuring a water-lily and leopard frog. The reverse image depicts a leopard frog peacefully basking in the sun's rays atop a bright green wate.... Read More
The coloured reverse image by Canadian artist Trevor Tennant features a pair of pintails floating serenely in the calm, mirror-like waters of their Canadian wetland habitat. Melding the Royal Canadian Mint’s wo.... Read More
Fourth Coin in the Prehistoric Creature Series! Previous coins have sold out at the mint. Designed by Canadian artist Julius Csotonyi, the stunning coloured coin illustrates palaeontologists' rendition of what .... Read More