Special Coin Rolls And Coins For Die Hard Leafs Fans

The Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club is a Canadian professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Ontario, that competes in the National Hockey League (NHL). They have a long history that goes back all the way to 1917, and have achieved legendary status among hockey fans around the world. If you have that special someone who also happens to be a diehard hockey fan, consider gifting them Canadian coin rolls or coin pieces that celebrate the iconic Maple Leafs. Here are some suggestions: 2017 Canada $3 100th Anniversary of the Toronto Maple Leafs Fine Silver (No Tax) 2017 Canada $20…
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The US Mint’s 1964 Kennedy 50 Cent Coin

President John F. Kennedy was one of the most influential people during his lifetime and has similarly gone on to transform and inspire millions of lives after his death. The US Mint saw fit to pay homage to the democratic revolutionary on more than one occasion by putting his face on a number of different coins. The 50 Cent coin is equally important when it comes to coin collectors in Canada. So let’s take a closer look at this significant specimen. The Kennedy 50-Cent Coin Through the Years First issued in 1964, the mintages for Kennedy Half Dollars have widely…
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Canadian Coat Of Arms Displayed On This Newly Released 50 Cent Coin

It is no secret that the value of the Canadian 50 Cent coin is among the highest when it comes to Canadian coins, and the Royal Canadian Mint has recently announced the release of a 50-cent circulation roll. According to the RCM, there will be 25 coins contained in each of the $12.50 rolls, with each coin having a diameter of 27.13 mm and a weight of 6.9 grams. A total mintage of 30,000 rolls is expected to be released. The reverse of Canada’s 50-cent coin features the Canadian Coat of Arms. Canada’s Coat of Arms Canada’s Coat of Arms…
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Are There Plans To Phase Out The 5 Cent Canadian Nickel?

As a result of Canada’s decision to remove the penny from both circulation and production, many are wondering if the nickel is next in line to suffer a similar fate. According to an economic study published by Desjardins, the Canadian 5 Cent coin could very well become extinct. The study cites the main reasons for such a move being the fact that the coin will seem less and less useful because of its low purchasing power, as well as because of what it costs involved for both businesses and consumers. Would This be a Good Idea? It is stated that…
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Reasons Why Some Canadian Currencies are Endangered

For better or worse, Canadian coin currency can be said to officially be on the endangered species list. There are many contributing factors for this, predominantly technological ones, as more and more people are opting for electronic forms of payment. Another instance is the new development of personal pay by fingerprint, where the user presses a finger or a thumb onto an appliance that identifies the purchaser and completes the required payment. Such technology doesn’t require any coins, cash or paper bills. Why Are People Switching Over To Electronic Forms Of Payment? There are a number of reasons that explain…
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