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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And in Canada, the Royal Canadian Mint became the latest sovereign mint to announce a blockchain product with GoldMoney.
Issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2007, the coin has a face value of 1 million Canadian dollars (745,000 dollars).
They stole the 100-kilogram gold coin known as the "Big Maple Leaf," a commemorative coin issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2007, and made off with it using a wheelbarrow they found inside the building.
com , the Royal Canadian Mint produced only five copies of the coin, one of which was displayed behind bulletproof glass at Berlin's Bode Museum.
The Royal Canadian Mint has issued a silver collector coin to honour and remember Canada's soldiers who, fighting for the first time in a formation uniting all four divisions of the Canadian Corps 100 years ago, valiantly won the historic Battle of Vimy Ridge and paved the way to the Allied victory which ended the First World War.
Among NZ Mint's largest customers are the Royal Canadian Mint and the Perth Mint.
Under Lauriers direction, Chief Architect Ewart supervised the design of four major federal buildings in the Tudor-Gothic style, which included the Former Archives Building as well as the Connaught Building (1913-1916), the Royal Canadian Mint (1905-1911), and the former Victoria Memorial Museum (1905-1911), which helped create a federal identity in Canadas capital.
The firm had recently acquired MintChip, a digital currency created by the Royal Canadian Mint.
Speaking of medals and similar items, the Royal Canadian Mint has produced a commemorative twenty-dollar silver coin to honour the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
In 1999 the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM), which has a history of issuing coins featuring holograms, unveiled a holographic gold maple leaf coin to commemorate the 20th anniversary of its gold maple leaf programme.
For example, if a smiling barista had handed me a 1936 Canadian "dot" penny, of which the Royal Canadian Mint struck only a few on account of the Prince of Wales' unfortunate involvement with a Yankee divorcee, I'd be a great deal closer to Freedom 55.
It shifted to with multi-ply coins supplied by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM), according to Jeff Hanke, Royal Canadian Mint (RCM).
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