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Royal Canadian Mint FINAL ISSUES OF 2007

Moon Coin - Royal Canadian MintOttawa, Ontario, October 19, 2007- The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) today issued 10 new 2007 collector coins, including an elegantly painted 25-cent coin celebrating the 60th wedding anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and a $15 sterling silver coin of Queen Victoria, the first of a five-coin series featuring royal effigies from Canada’s past coinage. The RCM is also introducing gift products to please fans of timeless coin designs and classic winter sports alike.

“The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to complete a very exciting 2007 with an array of collector coins and gift products which are appealing in both their quality and significance to Canadians,” said President and CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint, Ian E. Bennett. “These newest Mint products are innovative and attractive choices for the discerning gift giver.”

Here are the highlights of the Mint’s newest selection of products:

Another design first for the Royal Canadian Mint, this new series features royal effigies on both the obverse and the reverse of these elegant sterling silver coins. The reverse of the first of these coins features an ultra-high relief effigy of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, which appeared on the 1-, 25- and 50-cent coins which were issued in Canada from 1870 to 1901. Future issues from this five-coin series will include King Edward VII and King George V (2008), as well as King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II (2009). All these designs were approved by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Bearing a $15 denomination, this visually impressive, frosted effigy is set against a proof-like field. These coins were struck four times and hand polished in order to achieve their dramatic appearance. Limited to a world-wide mintage of 10,000, the first coin in this series retails for $99.95 CDN.

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