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    1/4 oz Canadian War of 1812 Gold Coin

    As low as $75.00 per coin over spot!

    The War of 1812 is scarcely remembered today by Americans, Canadians, or Britons, but the war played a vital role in the growth of the United States as an independent country. Just under two decades prior, the US had booted the greatest military force in the world at the time off its soil. Now, it went to war again to combat British ... Read More

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    100+ $660.06 $666.94 $687.56

    1976 $100 1/4 oz Proof Canadian Gold Olympic Coin

    Starting in 1973, the Royal Canadian Mint issued a number of different coin series honoring the upcoming 1976 Summer Olympics to be held in Montreal. While the mint offered a staggering total of 30 commemorative coins during a three-year run-up to the opening of the Olympic Games, just two of those coins were gold coins. Today, 1976 $100 Canadian Gold Olympic Coins are ava... Read More

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    1/2 oz Canadian Gold Commemorative (Random Year, Varied Condition)

    The Royal Canadian Mint is one of the world’s most respected minting operations. Though it is best known for the production of Canadian Maple Leaf coins, the official bullion coinage of the nation, it also handles the coining of various commemorative gold coins. Right now, 1/2 oz Canadian Gold Commemorative Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion from rand... Read More

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    1967 $20 Canadian Confederation Gold Coin (Varied Condition)

    In 1867, the British colonial territories of Canada started a movement toward independence known as confederation. To mark the 100th anniversary of this movement in 1967, the Royal Canadian Mint issued commemorative coins with a bust of Queen Elizabeth II and the coat of arms of Canada. The bullion series offered BU and proof options for investors and collectors. Now, 1967... Read More

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    $200 Canadian Gold Commemorative Coin (Random Year, Varied Design)

    Any quantity available for $1,198.98 per oz over spot!

    The Royal Canadian Mint has a rich history of gold coining that dates back more than a century. Founded in 1908, the mint has long produced circulation coins for the nation, and as of 1979, has been regularly issuing gold bullion coins for collectors and inves... Read More

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    1/10 oz Canadian First Special Service Force Gold Coin (Random Year)

    The United States fought through World War II at the side of many of the world’s other democracies. One of America’s closest allies in the world then, and today, is Canada. By geographic location and ideological stance, America and Canada are close friends. Right now, 1/10 oz First Special Service Force Gold Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion in BU ... Read More

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    Canadian Commemorative Gold Coins from JM Bullion

    The Royal Canadian Mint produces some of the most beautiful gold bullion coins you’ll find at a North American mint or refinery. From gold bars and bullion coins to commemorative gold coins, the Royal Canadian Mint catalog is one that investors and collectors alike keep an eye on for new releases. If you buy gold for a personal collection, you’ll find a variety of Canadian commemorative gold coins available from the Royal Canadian Mint.

    What Sets Canadian Commemorative Gold Coinage Apart?

    Like any commemorative gold coin collection, those gold coins for sale from the Royal Canadian Mint in this collection are unique for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, commemorative gold coins enjoy intense demand upon their release because the mintage figures for these types of coins are tightly controlled. Some commemorative gold coins have mintage figures near 50,000, while others can be as low as 100 or 200 depending upon the weight and metal content of the coins.

    Additionally, and more importantly to collectors, Canadian commemorative gold coins also have one-of-a-kind designs. You won’t find these designs replicated on coins from other mints or refineries around the world. On top of that, you won’t even find these designs used (generally speaking) on other coins from the Royal Canadian Mint. Once the total mintage of a commemorative coin is sold out, the Royal Canadian Mint retires that design and typically never strikes it again on a coin. In this way, Canadian commemorative gold coins have manufactured demand due to limited numbers and availability timelines. The following are examples of Canadian commemorative gold coins available with JM Bullion.

    Canadian Lunar Series Coins

    The Royal Canadian Mint offers its own Lunar Series gold commemorative coins. Offered in variable weights, the 2015 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Year of the Sheep coin is one such example. The coin has a unique Year of the Sheep design on the reverse and Susanna Blunt’s fourth-generation portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. These coins have a limited mintage of 2,888 coins only and were available only during the 2015 issue year.

    Animal Portrait Series

    This collection of Canadian commemorative gold coins debuted in 2017 and feature the images of various wildlife species from across Canada. Denis Mayer Jr. created the designs in the collection, with each coin containing ¼ Troy oz of .9999 pure gold. The coins have extremely low mintage figures of just 800 coins per design issue.

    The coins in this series have changing reverse designs honoring various species found in the Canadian wilderness. Designs include the following reverse images:

    • 2017 Bighorn Sheep
    • 2018 Wolverine
    • 2019 Mustang
    • 2020 Woodland Caribou
    • 2021 Great Horned Owl
    • 2022 Moose

    All coins in the Animal Portrait Series feature the same fourth-generation portrait of Queen Elizabeth II used on other Canadian gold commemorative coins. This right-profile portrait of the Queen is the fourth to feature on Canadian coins during her long reign and depicts the monarch for the first time since her father George VI without a crown.

    Colorized Canadian Commemorative Gold Coins

    The Royal Canadian Mint also issues commemorative gold coins with colorized lacquer finishes. These coins feature one-time designs commemorate various people, places, and moments. Each one is a proof coin and has a layer of colorized lacquer applied to the reverse design elements to bring a different visual appeal to the coins. One such example is the 2016 Canadian $100 Proof Gold Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice Coin. On these coins, the images of Superman and Batman are colorized to reflect their appearance in original DC Comic issues.

    Buying Canadian Commemorative Gold Coins

    If you’re looking to collect unique gold coins, consider the purchase of Canadian commemorative gold coins. You can contact our customer service team with questions at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.