Last updated on January 19th, 2021 at 06:47 am
Last Updated on January 19, 2021 Posted by Colonial Acres Coins
If you’re seeking something new to add to your coin collection, look no further than the Real Shapes Gold Plated Coin Subscription Set. Each of these gold plated coins is rich with Canadian history, perfect for coin-collecting enthusiasts of all ages. Made of 99.99% pure silver, these coins feature front designs selectively plated with gold.
The Common Loon Coin
Although it’s not Canada’s official bird, the common loon has a significant presence around the country and is found in Canada’s North and other wilderness areas. Gracing the one-dollar coin, the bird itself symbolizes serenity, tranquillity, and a reawakening of dreams and wishes.
The Common Loon Coin serves as a reminder to follow your dreams and reach high for the hopes and wishes you have. The design is a cutout of the exact design on Canada’s loonie.
The Caribou Coin
The caribou is an important animal in the history of Canada, especially to the Dene people. You’ll find caribou in their stories, legends and spiritual rituals. It’s said the future of the North is dependent on the future of the caribou. On the “tail” side of the Canadian quarter, the caribou makes its presence.
The Caribou Coin can serve as a token of the interconnectedness of life among the Canadian people. It represents perseverance and watchfulness. The design is an exact cutout of the design found on the Canadian quarter.
The Bluenose Coin
Gracing the Canadian dime, the Bluenose is a ship that is well-known in Canadian history. Used as a versatile vessel in the 1920s and ‘30s, the Bluenose marks Nova Scotia’s prominence.
Just as with the other coins, the Bluenose Coin features an exact cutout of the design on the Canadian dime. Its strong sails serve as a reminder of the nation’s strength and prominence in fishing, racing and various other industries.
The Beaver Coin
As the nation’s official animal, the beaver represents the sovereignty of Canada. It is a part of rich Canadian history reaching back to the 1600s. During the fur trade, beaver pelts proved profitable to many Canadians who then paid tribute to the animals, placing beavers on postage stamps and coats of arms.
The Beaver Coin contains the same design you’ll find on the Canadian nickel, a beaver sitting on a rock in the water. The animal itself is a reminder that persistence and hard work pay off, encouraging you to always put your best foot forward.
The Coat of Arms Coin
Canada’s Coat of Arms is rich with symbolism and meaning. The crown represents the constitutional monarchy status of Canada. The crest represents Canada’s sovereignty.
The coat of arms contains Canada’s motto, “a mari usque ad mare,” as well as a ribbon marked “desiderantes meliorem patriam,” which means “desiring a better country.”
The Coat of Arms Coin is a beautiful reminder of all that Canada represents. The intricate details don’t leave anything out, from the crown at the top to the compartment at the bottom.
The Polar Bear Coin
Canada has a unique history with the polar bear, both culturally and spiritually. As a symbol of patience, determination and resilience, these animals are widely respected and valued, even by hunters. On the Canadian toonie, the polar bear stands strong and confident.
The Polar Bear Coin bears an exact replica of the toonie design and represents common traits associated with these animals, purity, acceptance, protection and peace.
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The Real Shapes Gold Plated Coin Subscription Set has a low mintage with only 1,500 available. Whether for yourself or a fellow coin enthusiast, these Canadian coins offer a lot in terms of meaning and history. Get your subscription started today.