Canada's circulation coins bear the timeless emblems that speak of the land and its history, its natural beauty and its character as a proud nation—especially on its 150th anniversary! The 2017 Classic Canadian Coin Special Wrap Roll Collection presents five specially wrapped rolls of Canada's classic coins, which are as iconic as the subjects they lovingly depict.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN THESE CLASSIC DESIGNS DATED 2017! Order your coin set today!
- FAMOUS COIN DESIGNS! Celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary through the specially wrapped roll versions of our most famous Canadian coin designs (polar bear, common loon, caribou, Bluenose, beaver).
- NOT IN CIRCULATION THIS YEAR! A rare opportunity in 2017 to own these classic coin designs, which the Royal Canadian Mint will not be putting into circulation this year.
- EYE-CATCHING WRAPS! The commemorative paper wrap for each denomination features an eye-catching re-creation of the coin's iconic reverse image, all in beautiful colour.
- EVERYTHING IS SAFELY STORED IN ONE PLACE! Your collection comes beautifully packaged in a collector case for a more elegant presentation and display. Everything is in one place—each of the five rolls is individually nestled in a flocked insert!
- A FIRST! INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE! Remove the coin tray to retrieve your serialized certificate from the recessed area beneath it.
- LIMITED MINTAGE! Limited to 10,000 sets worldwide.
Canada's bimetallic two-dollar coin, launched in 1996, features a polar bear, one of the world's largest terrestrial carnivores which can weigh up to 650 kilograms. It lives near the cold seas and frozen ice of Canada's far-north.
Launched in 1987, the reverse of the one-dollar coin represents a common loon swimming against the rugged backdrop of the Canadian Shield. The loon's haunting calls are one the quintessential sound of the Canadian wilderness in summer.
An enduring symbol of the Canadian north, the majestically-antlered caribou has remained a Canadian icon since first appearing on the twenty-five-cent piece in 1937.
In 1921, Atlantic Canadians built one of the finest racing and fishing vessels in Canadian history, the Bluenose. Known for its speed, and almost unbeatable in a race, the ship first appeared on the ten-cent piece in 1937.
The beaver is Canada's national animal. Highly sought after for its rich fur in the 17th and 18th centuries, it was the mainstay of the colonial economy for centuries. Today, the beaver is revered as a symbol of hard work and perseverance.
The collection comes beautifully packaged in a collector case for a more elegant presentation and display. Everything is in one place—each of the five rolls is individually nestled in a flocked insert, which is easily removed to retrieve the certificate from the recessed area beneath it.