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  • 2014 – Canada Fine Silver Proof Set – 100th Anniversary of the Declaration of the First World War

    "The War to End All Wars" shaped the world and defined Canada's place within it. It was a monumental chapter in this nation's history, touching countless lives. Men and women. Young and old. And its impact has reverberated across time, from generation to generation for 100 years.On August 19, 1914, The Right Honourable Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada, famously declared that "we stand shoulder to shoulder with Britain" as Canada formally joined the Allied declaration of war against Germany at the outbreak of the First World War.
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  • 2016 – $20 FINE SILVER COIN TYRANNOSAURUS REX

    This seems like a good time to...RUN! The massive and powerful “king tyrant lizard,” Tyrannosaurus rex, seems ready to pounce in this exceptionally life-like depiction. Fortunately, this finely crafted coin keeps T. rex safely trapped in 99.99% pure silver.
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  • 2016 – $25 FINE SILVER COIN – SCULPTURAL ART OF PARLIAMENT

    In the heart of our nation’s capital, the hallowed walls of Parliament are home to thousands of carved and sculpted artworks of exceptional beauty. The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to showcase some of the many delights that grace these spaces with its stunning new series of 99.99% pure silver coins featuring carvings inspired by the sculptural art of Parliament.
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  • 2016 – $20 FINE SILVER COIN – GEOMETRY IN ART: THE POLAR BEAR

    Lines, shapes, patterns and dimension: these fundamental concepts are at the heart of geometry, art and design, forming an indisputable common bond between mathematical and artistic realms. As digital artists seek to recreate the physical world through dimensional images, modelling techniques based on geometric shapes spawned an innovative new visual style: low poly art. This eye-catching five-coin series utilizes this art style to present a contemporary and highly artistic interpretation of Canada’s most famous icons, continuing with the polar bear.
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  • 2016 – $20 Fine Silver Coin – Canadian Salmonids Atlantic Salmon

    Found in the waters of the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic oceans, and a wealth of rivers and lakes in between, Canada’s salmonid species are a powerful symbol of the wild and a valued part of our natural heritage. This fine silver coin celebrates the Atlantic salmon, the “king of fish,” whose strength, resilience and adaptability allow it to complete a remarkable upstream migration.
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  • 2016 – $20 Fine Silver Coin – Canadian Landscape Series – Ski Chalet

    Winter brings new opportunities for Canadians to enjoy their natural surroundings, and in the Canadian Rockies, snow transforms the alpine landscape into a veritable playground. After a day happily spent outdoors, there is no better way to warm up than sitting by the fireplace in a warm and welcoming ski chalet. With its rustic charm, a chalet—such as the one depicted in this coin—offers the perfect opportunity to reconnect with family and friends, or simply with nature itself.
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  • 2016 – $20 Pure Silver Coin – Aircraft of the First World War Series : The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5A

    Aircraft technology was barely a decade old when the First World War began in 1914, but the needs of warfare quickly fuelled incredible advancements in aviation technology. As Canadian pilots and “aces” soared through the sky in aircraft such as the Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a, they played an important role in a new era that shaped modern warfare and ultimately redefined industry and transportation.
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  • 2016 – $10 Fine Silver Coin Welcome to The World

    Hold on to today’s quiet moments; bask in his softness, delight in her newness. Though time draws us swiftly on, once engraved in your heart and mind, these inexpressible moments are yours to keep forever. Welcome, new one. May you find in this world a life as special and precious as you are.
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  • 2016 – $8 Fine Silver Coin – Dragon Dance

    Dragons have been a part of Asian culture for thousands of years. Unlike the fire-breathing villains of the West, Asian dragons are friendly and benevolent creatures that play a key role in celebrations, particularly Chinese New Year. The Spring Festival (Chun-jie) is a critical time of rebirth that signals the upcoming planting season and can always benefit from the dragon’s wisdom, longevity and life-giving rain.
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  • 2014 – $1 Brilliant Fine Silver Coin – 100th Anniversary of the Declaration of the First World War

    When Britain declared war on Germany on August 4, 1914, its entire Empire was drawn into the conflict, including Canada and Newfoundland.Across the Dominion, men flocked to recruiting stations. Within two months, Canada's pre-war militia that included a standing army of 3,110 men had grown to 33,000. Many were recent British immigrants or native-born Canadians of British origin, but among them were also more than 1,000 French Canadians, many First Nations as well as many others from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Five hundred soldiers from the British colonies of Newfoundland and Labrador also joined the ranks, while some 2,500 women stepped forward to serve as nurses.Train stations across Canada became the stage for tearful goodbyes and lingering embraces. The First World War was a true coming of age for the young nation, and the hope, fear, courage and deep sacrifice Canadians felt 100 years ago remain as poignant and inspiring today.
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  • 2014 – $1 fine silver – 100th Anniversary of the Declaration of First World War

    When Britain declared war on Germany on August 4, 1914, its entire Empire was drawn into the conflict, including Canada and Newfoundland.Across the Dominion, men flocked to recruiting stations. Within two months, Canada's pre-war militia that included a standing army of 3,110 men had grown to 33,000. Many were recent British immigrants or native-born Canadians of British origin, but among them were also more than 1,000 French Canadians, many First Nations as well as many others from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Five hundred soldiers from the British colonies of Newfoundland and Labrador also joined the ranks, while some 2,500 women stepped forward to serve as nurses.Train stations across Canada became the stage for tearful goodbyes and lingering embraces. The First World War was a true coming of age for the young nation, and the hope, fear, courage and deep sacrifice Canadians felt 100 years ago remain as poignant and inspiring today.
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  • 2014 – 50 Cent Special Wrap Circulation Roll

    Canada's Coat of Arms was proclaimed by King George V in 1921 as a representation of Canada, and its political roots, especially its ties to Great Britain and France. The design features images from France (the fleur-de-lis), England (the three royal lions and rose), Scotland (royal Scottish lion and thistle), and Ireland (the royal Irish harp of Tara and shamrock). In 1957, the Tudor Crown originally featured in the Coat of Arms was replaced by Saint Edward's crown because it represents all of Britain's monarchs, rather than only those of one ruling family. It was modified again in 1994 so that the motto of the Order of Canada: Desiderantes Meliorem Patriam, Latin for "they desire a better country"–could be added.
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  • 2014 – 20 Dollar 1 oz. Fine Silver Coin – Bison: The Fight

    Until the late 1800s, the bison reigned as the dominant land-grazing animal throughout Canada’s grassland regions, from Manitoba to Alberta. Its unique shoulder hump, shaggy mane and are just some of the physical attributes that contribute to the bison’s reputation as a symbol of strength. The usually mild-mannered plains bison (Bison bison bison) may appear quite docile when viewed from afar; however, it is deceptively fast and agile, capable of running faster than a horse and jumping great heights despite its weight. These docile creatures are also highly sensitive to changes in their environment, and have been known to react aggressively if provoked or compelled to defend their young.
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  • 2014 – 25 Cent Colored Coin – Ducks of Canada – Pintail

    The northern pintail is so named for its pin-like tail feathers. These long, skinny plumes accentuate the pintail's slender build. It's an elegant duck, with males typically sporting a chocolate-brown head, a blue-grey bill and a white neck with combinations of black, grey and white along the back, and a blackish-green patch called the "speculum" shimmering from grey wings.
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  • 2014 – $10 Fine Silver Coin – Welcome to the World – Premium Baby

    Hold on to today’s quiet moments; bask in his softness, delight in her newness. Though time draws us swiftly on, once engraved in your heart and mind, these inexpressible moments are yours to keep forever. Welcome, new one. May you find in this world a life as special and precious as you are.
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