Royal Canadian Mint

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Royal Canadian Mint

An organization in Canada that issues legal tender coins for general use. It was established in 1908 and is owned by the government of Canada as a Crown corporation. It is located in Ottawa, Ontario.
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The Royal Canadian Mint produces some of the world's most attractive coins and we are excited by this latest product.
99999 pure gold one-ounce Maple Leaf coins struck by the Royal Canadian Mint.
99% pure silver and features a reverse image of a bathymetric map of Lake Superior replicated by Royal Canadian Mint engravers and highlighted with coloured enamel.
Earlier this month, the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled the world's largest, purest and highest denomination gold coin: the 2007 $1 million (Canadian) Maple Leaf.
According to the Royal Canadian Mint Q2 2015 report Silver Maple Leaf sales increased 300,000 ounces from 15.
Hanington as Master of the Royal Canadian Mint for a term of five years.
THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT has released a special edition $2 circulation coin to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the declaration of the Second World War.
The Canadian Gold Maplegram[TM] coins were issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in September of 2014.
Inducted into Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame (2005) and commemorated on Royal Canadian Mint silver and gold coins for his spacewalk, Hadfield opines that there can be a synergy between Canada and the UAE in space exploration.
Included in this distinctive selection are a commemorative ROM coin made of fine silver from the Royal Canadian Mint, an exclusive set of 10 stamps, and a set of three postcards featuring notable ROM artifacts from Canada Post.
e coins are rare and valuable gold and silver coins worth thousands of pounds, and include mainly collectible and commemorative coins such as the Queen's Golden Jubilee, King and Queens of Great Britain, USA Commemorative coins, Churchill coins and Royal Canadian mint.
The third consecutive graduation ceremony was held at Sheikh Rashid Hall at the Dubai World Trade Centre, under the patronage of Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Social Development, and in presence of James B Love, QC, chairman of the board of directors of the Royal Canadian Mint.
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