- Royal Canadian Mint Hockey coins
Royal Canadian Minthas made coins with various themes. Most recently, ice hockeyhas been used for many numismatic releases. The first known ice hockey coin was for the 1988 Winter Olympics. Issued on February 25, 1986, the coin featured a goalie on the coin. Edge lettering was also used for the coin, the first time that it was used on silver coins.
In the 1990's, the theme would be used more frequently. The first issue was in 1991 and was on a coin with a denomination of $200. The coin was titled A National Passion and it was issued as a tribute to the spirit and vitality of Canadian youth and the national game of hockey. [ The Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins, 60th Anniversary Edition, W.K. Cross, p. 386, The Charlton Press, 2006, ISBN 0-88968-297-6. ] The most noticeable example was for two of the Silver Dollar series. The Silver Dollar for 1993 and 1997 would feature hockey as its theme.
Logos from the Canadian
National Hockey Leaguefranchises would start to appear on Canadian coinage. This would start in 2005as part of various gift sets. The sets were similar to the Oh! Canada set in terms of packaging, but the one difference is that the twenty-five cent coin had a team logo in colour. The first sets were issued for the 2005-2006 NHL regular season and the sets were issued for the Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, and the Toronto Maple Leafs. The following season, offerings included all six Canadian franchises. The sets would feature "vintage" logos, including the Vancouver Canucks first logo (which featured a stick and a puck) and the Senators logo from the 1920's.
Canadian Sports Series
* NOTE: All legends sets consisted of four coins with images provided courtesy of the
Hockey Hall of Fame
100 Dollar Gold
Hockey Hall of Fame
* [http://www.coinsandcanada.com/ Canadian Coins Price Guide]
* [http://www.mint.ca Royal Canadian Mint's Official Website]
* [http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/R-9/text.html Royal Canadian Mint Act]
* [http://www.canadian-numismatic.org/ Canadian Numismatic Association]
* [http://www.nunetcan.net Numismatic Network Canada]
* [http://www.canadiancoinnews.ca/ Canadian Coin News]
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