Turn Over A New Leaf

The Silver Maple Leaf was first issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1988 following the success of Gold Maple Leaf program. Struck in one troy ounce of .9999 fine silver, as opposed to the .999 standard of other government mints, the Silver Maple Leaf has one of the highest levels of purity of any silver coin produced in the world today.

Rule, Britannia!

On November 1st Numis Network officially launched in the United Kingdom, and in honor of our new Silver Coin of the Month Club members across the pond, this month we are offering the impeccable 2012 Silver Britannia.

In the 1987, the Royal Mint sought to create a new series of gold bullion coins that would be immediately identifiable as distinctly British, and no other icon better represents the pride of the British people than Britannia. A decade later, the Britannia Bullion Series was expanded to include silver coins.

Susanna Blunt - A Royal Portrait

Numis Network's Silver Coin of the Month for November, 2011 is the highly sought-after 2012 Silver Canadian Cougar.

Like other coins found throughout the Commonwealth of Nations, the obverse of the 2012 Silver Canadian Cougar features the profile image of Queen Elizabeth II. Unlike other coins of the Commonwealth, however, Canadian coins do not exhibit the familiar portrait created by famed British sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley. Instead, they display the crownless image of the Queen that was created by the renowned Canadian portrait artist Susanna Blunt.

Home of the Maple Leaf

Numis Network's Silver Coin of the Month for November is the 2012 Silver Cougar from the Royal Canadian Mint.

The Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa was originally opened in 1908 as a branch of London's Royal Mint. Currently, the Ottawa facility is responsible for producing the nation's collector coins, medals, and medallions, including the famous Canadian Maple Leaf. Coins intended for circulation are produced at the mint facility in Winnipeg which also strikes coins for more than a dozen other countries including Cuba, Norway, Yemen, and New Zealand.


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