Similar to Australia, Canadian coins relied heavily on the supply other countries for many years. The Royal Canadian Mint has been in operation since 1908 and now manufactures coins for Canada and other nations.
The Canadian coins below are older, rarer, coins produced before the traditional investment coin existed. If you're looking for more modern Canadian coins then click here.
We stock a range of Canadian bullion coins, click into the below categories for more information.
Should you have any questions about this or other products, please call our helpful and knowledgeable customer service team at 0121 634 8060 where they would be happy to assist.
Coins were in extremely short supply for the first two hundred years of Canada’s history. A number of French and English coins circulated until 1908, when the Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint struck its first coin – a Gold Sovereign featuring a ‘C’ for Canada.
In 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint began production of Gold Bullion, and are particularly famous for their Gold Maple series of coins.
Canadian coins have a value in Canadian Dollars, and are typically struck in 900 fineness.
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