Product Overview
The first coins struck from new dies each year are often of the highest quality and the most sought-after. Like a time capsule, this set locks in these 2019 circulation coins and keeps them sealed and under wraps, so you can preserve and share them with future generations. Every coin in this First Strikes collection is among the first 2019-dated Canadian circulation coins struck at the Winnipeg facility. They are uncirculated versions that have that unmistakable lustre of newly minted coins. There is a special wrap roll for each of the five denominations. Rolled in a premium collector-issue wrapper, these coins will be lasting mementos of a year shaped by special moments and new experiences in your collecting journey. 

• Two-dollar polar bear by Brent Townsend: introduced on February 19, 1996, Canada's bi-metallic two-dollar coin features the polar bear, an Arctic species that is a symbol of strength
• One-dollar common loon by Robert-Ralph Carmichael: a defining image of Canada and its currency, the dollar coin's solitary loon made its debut on June 30, 1987
• 25-cent caribou by Emanuel Hahn: the antlered representative of Canada's northern wilderness, the caribou first appeared on the 25-cent coin in 1937
• 10-cent Bluenose by Emanuel Hahn: an enduring symbol of Canada's maritime history and heritage, the Bluenose schooner first set sail on the 10-cent coin in 1937
• Five-cent beaver by G. E. Kruger-Gray: the image of the beaver on the five-cent coin dates back to 1937, but the animal is a centuries-old icon that is synonymous with Canada's early history. 
• Reverse designs for today's five-cent, 10-cent and 25-cent coins were first introduced in 1937, when Canada sought to modernize its coinage
• Mintage: 5,000

• 2019 Special Wrap Roll Collection, First Strikes

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This product comes with a 30-day warranty through TSC.
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