Christmas day is still few months away but I know most of you are already looking for a nice Christmas gift. Royal Canadian Mint has released a new coin Santa Claus Christmas 2011 coin; 50-Cent Holiday Coin-Gift from Santa (2011). The Mint don't announce how much of the coin has been minted, only show "While Supplies Last" in this coin mintage information. This Copper plated steel coins is the fifth issue in Royal Canadian Mint annual series of Holiday lenticular coins. It has a bright colors and 2-image lenticular design: Santa point the globe to his next stop and see him fly to deliver gifts.
Coin is encapsulated and presented in a maroon clamshell case lined with flock and protected by a black sleeve. Tilt the coin to reveal Santa in his flying sleigh! It’s a captivating effect created by this coin’s unique lenticular technology that’s bursting with vibrant colour.
Mintage: While Supplies Last
Composition: copper plated steel
Finish: brilliant (with lenticular and colour on the reverse), specimen (obverse)
Weight: (g) 12.61
Diameter: (mm) 35
Face value: 50 cents
For enquiries and coin orders, you can visit Royal Canadian Mint at http://www.mint.ca/
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