2010 & Prior RCM Silver Commemorative Collectible Coins
Royal Canadian Mint Special Edition Coins and Sets - 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 special edition coins and sets from the Royal Canadian Mint. You will find Maple Leaf bullion sets, Wildlife Series coins, Lunar coins, Crystal Snowflake series coins, Olympics commemorative coins and much more. Get these special edition collectibles while you still can.
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This hefty Silver Maple Leaf coin is extremely thick for containing 1 oz of Silver! The thickness, and obvious substantial weight, is the reason it is given the piedfort name. T.... Read More
The ornate reverse design of the Maple Leaf of Strength by Simon Ng depicts a beautiful Chinese design and a selective symbolic "hologram" of a shimmering maple leaf symbol. The obverse design by Susanna Blunt fe.... Read More
Second issue in the stunning 4 coin series featuring Canada’s wildlife. The square shape and dynamic design of this coin are immediately eye-catching; all the more so with the gold gilding which has been applied to t.... Read More
The Sable Island Horse & Foal Silver coin and stamp set directly from the Royal Canadian Mint is part of the “Canadian Wildlife High Value Series.” The Sable Island horses are wild and free of human interference. They.... Read More
The Atlantic Walrus and Calf set straight from the Royal Canadian Mint is a part of the “Canadian Wildlife High Value Series.” The Atlantic Walrus is a master swimmer and able to dive up to 100 meters, remaining under.... Read More
The Great Spangled Fritillary Hologram Proof is the fourth in the very popular Butterflies of Canada series. A gorgeous and colorful hologram of the Great Spangled Fritillary Butterfly graces the reverse of this.... Read More
The Monarch Butterfly Colorized Proof is the third in the very popular Butterflies of Canada series. A gorgeous coloured portrait of the majestic Monarch Butterfly graces the reverse of this sterling silver half.... Read More
This coin and stamp set straight from the Royal Canadian Mint is a part of the “Canadian Wildlife High Value Series.” The noble moose is the largest member of the dear family and holds court in the spruce forests, swa.... Read More
The Easter Lily is the third annual entry in the very popular Golden Flowers series. Easter lily blossoms along with buds, leaves and stalks are accented in 24-karat gold plating on a field of silver grace the r.... Read More
The Daffodil is the second annual entry in the very popular Golden Flowers series. Three lovely Daffodil blossoms along with leaves and stalks are accented in 24-karat gold plating on a field of silver on the re.... Read More
This lovely summer-themed Silver Maple Leaf comes from the Royal Canadian Mint and is part of their four-year Season in Colors Collection. This is the second in the series of annual colorized Silver Maple Leafs. .... Read More
This was the first coin of the Golden Flower Series. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Canadian Tulip Festival, this gilded coin is a great addition to any collection. The obverse features a frosted cameo .... Read More
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In 1998, the Royal Canadian Mint issued the 10 oz Silver Maple Leaf in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Silver Maple Leaf bullion coin. This beautiful coin is .9999-fine Silver and carries a face value of $5.... Read More