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Introducing O Canada - 12 unique coins that celebrate Canada, struck in 99.99% pure silver
All 12 coin designs now available for you to view.
Canada’s national identity is much like its majestic landscape: diverse and unique. Canadian icons carry meaning for all of us, regardless of where we live or how we came to be here. Although their meanings are intensely personal, images of Canada unite all Canadians through national pride and love for our home. Discover 12 new designs featuring some of the most iconic images of Canada celebrating our beautiful country, Canadian wildlife and our natural wonders.
Pure silver! Each coin is a ½ ounce of 99.99% pure silver. And these coins will never be struck again – once the subscription sells out, the subscription will no longer be available from the Royal Canadian Mint.
Limited Mintage & Priority Access! Only 40,000 subscriptions are available worldwide – and you get guaranteed product availability for all 12 coins!
#1 - The Inukshuk #2 - The Beaver #3 - The Royal Canadian Mounted Police #4 - The Polar Bear #5 - Summer Life #6 - The Wolf #7 - Niagara Falls #8 - The Caribou #9 - Hockey #10 - The Orca #11 - The Maple Leaf (in colour) #12 - Holiday
The Inukshuk Your first coin in the O Canada series features an Inukshuk in raised relief and framed against icy mountains and a frigid, frozen sea. Look closely at the background and you’ll see the Aurora Borealis illuminating the northern sky in a dazzling display of shimmering light. A hallmark of the O Canada series, the central image is set between two semi-circular bands — each one laser polished to a gleaming, mirror-like finish – with the top band proudly displaying the word “Canada” in raised and embossed relief.
“A welcome sign” – about this coin In the Inuit language, the word “Inukshuk” means ‘in the likeness of a human’ and is a powerful symbol of survival, family and community. Dotting our vast northern lands, Inukshuks (also known as Inuksuks) can take different forms for specific purposes such as ways to mark fertile fishing and hunting areas, traditional animal migration routes or as a welcome sign that says “You are on the right path” to a lonely traveler on an otherwise featureless and forbidding arctic landscape. Subscribe now!
• ½ ounce of 99.99% pure silver • Only 40,000 available worldwide • Includes official Certificate of Authenticity