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2018 $10 FINE SILVER COINS BLACK AND WHITE YIN AND YANG: TIGER AND DRAGONThese amazing yin and yang-shaped silver coins feature two heroes of Chinese tradition — the Tiger and the Dragon—fit together to form a perfect whole. The theme of balance is fully realized in their stunning imagery, rich colour, and singular design.$ 164.95 Add to cart
2018 $20 PURE SILVER COIN NORSE FIGUREHEADS: NORTHERN FURY$ 104.95 Add to cart
From about AD 800 to 1050, they were the masters of the seas whose voyages defined trade, discovery and conquest in the Viking Age, and whose seafaring abilities led them to Canada’s eastern shore. Step back in time with a three-coin series that re-imagines the elaborate figureheads at the prow of legendary Viking long ships, which embodied Norse craftsmanship and maritime supremacy in their time.
2016 – $25 Fine Silver Coin – 140th Anniversary of the Library of ParliamentBuilt in the Gothic Revival style of the 19th century, the Library of Parliament is one of Canada’s shining architectural jewels and has been described as our most beautiful room. Inside the circular building, ornate woodwork and a breathtaking dome speak of its artistic merit, its cultural importance, and its historic heritage as the only remaining link to the first Centre Block of Parliament, which was destroyed by fire in 1916.$ 189.99 Add to cart
2015 – $25 Fine Silver Ultra Relief Coloured Coin – Christmas OrnamentFew things reflect the beauty of the holidays like traditional glass ornaments. Passed from generation to generation, these treasured keepsakes preserve precious holiday memories as they sparkle in the tree. Cherish the beauty of your holiday traditions with this ultra-high relief coin. Its sheer-effect colour and intensive handcrafting shine with old-world charm and sentiment.$ 129.95 Add to cart
2014 – $25 Ultra High Relief Fine Silver Coin – 75th Anniversary of the First Royal VisitHistory was made when King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visited Canada in 1939. It was the first time a reigning monarch had ever traveled to North America, and for a young nation eager to flex its muscles of independence, the royal tour provided the perfect opportunity. Eight years earlier, a number of colonies had gained full sovereignty from British rule under the Statute of Westminster; for Canada, the Royal Tour would breathe life into that legal document in a real and dramatic way.The royal tour was more than two years in the making; a grand, 29-day voyage across Canada from east to west and back again—almost 14,000 kilometres by rail. The royal train featured the best carriages that Canadian Pacific and the Canadian National Railway had to offer, with two specially fitted convertible McLaughlin-Buicks on board to tour the royal couple in cities and towns along the way.$ 149.95 Add to cart