Royal Canadian Mint Olympic coins

Royal Canadian Mint Olympic Coins

Royal Canadian Mint Olympic coins

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1976 Montreal Summer Games

Most numismatists agree that the first true numismatic collection was the Olympic Five and Ten Dollar coins for the 1976 Montreal Olympics. Starting in February 1973, the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) engaged in a very ambitious program. At the behest of the federal government, led by then-Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, it was agreed that these coins would help finance and commemorate the 1976 Summer Olympics.

The plan was to have thirty coins, twenty-eight silver coins with face values of $5 and $10, and two gold coins. This would signify the first time that the RCM issued coins with face values of $5 and $10. These coins would be categorized into seven series with each series configured into four coin sets (two five dollar coins and two ten dollar coins) . The seven series were constituted as follows:

  • Geographic
  • Olympic Motifs
  • Early Canadian Sports
  • Olympic Track and Field Sports
  • Olympic Water Sports
  • Olympic Team and Body Contact Sports
  • Olympic Souvenirs

A key highlight of these coins were the standardized designs and the unique finishes. All 28 coins were styled in a similar fashion. The top aspect of the coin had the Olympic logo, its denomination, and the wording in the same spot. The finishes...
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