GOLD CANADIAN COMMEMORATIVE COINS
About RCM Vintage Gold Coins
An exceptional gold coin series among the famous Canadian Gold Coins are the Royal Canadian Mint Vintage Gold Coins. RCM, which was established in 1908, is a prestigious renowned mint and a premier bullion leader, is famous for producing high-quality precious metals bars and coins, like the ever-popular Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. But before minting modern gold coins of outstanding quality, RCM issued many remarkable vintage gold coins, such as the well-known 1967 Confederation Coin. All these RCM vintage coins were issued up until 1967 and showcase stunning designs displaying the portraits of notable Canadian figures – Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth II, Kings George VI, George V or Edward VII – on the obverse side, and the Canadian Coat of Arms on the reverse side. Each of the RCM Gold Coins carries a rich history behind, and the intrinsic value of the gold coin is significantly higher than its denomination, making them extremely desired by collectors and investors all over the world.
The 1967 Confederation Gold Coin
One of the most beloved RCM Vintage Gold Coins is the 1967 Confederation Gold Coin. This coin was issued by the Royal Canadian Mint to commemorate the centennial anniversary since the Canadian Independence in 1867. This 1967 Canada Gold Coin is struck from 0.5288 oz. of .900 pure gold in proof condition. The obverse side of the coin features an elegant right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, encircled by the inscription “D.G. REGINA ELIZABETH II” meaning “By the Grace of God, Queen Elizabeth II.” On the reverse side of the coin is represented the majestic Canadian Coat of Arms, surrounded by the engravings “Canada”, “1967” and “20 Dollars”.
1912-1914 Canada Gold Coins
Another highly praised RCM Vintage Gold Coin Series is the 1912-1914 Canada Gold Coins with $5 and $10 face values. These beautiful coins are made of. 0.2419 and 0.4838 troy ounces of .900 pure gold and their issue limits make them very rare collectibles. On the obverse side of the coins is represented the effigy of King George V, wearing the Imperial State Crown and coronation robes. On the obverse side is showcased the Coat of Arms of the Canadian Dominion within sprays of maple leaves, encircled by the inscriptions “Canada”, the year of mintage and the coin’s denomination. The mintage of these exceptional coins was interrupted by the First World War in 1914 when Canada was forced to recover the coins to finance the war effort. Today, 30,000 most visually appealing among these coins have been hand-selected to be exchanged on the bullion market, making these RCM Vintage Gold Coins a must-have for any passionate collector or investor.
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