2015 $25 Silver Coin: 50th Anniversary of Canadian MAPLE LEAF Flag

This $25 pure silver coin is released by the Royal Canadian Mint in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the National Flag of Canada. This is the very first $25 coin offered at face value, making it one of the most affordable fine silver coins available from the Mint!


Mintage: 225000

Composition: fine silver (99.99% pure)

Finish: specimen

Weight (g):  7.96

Diameter (mm):  27

Edge: serrated

Face value: 25 dollars


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Canadian artist Julius Csotonyi has depicted a Canadian flag billowing in the wind from the bough of a sugar maple tree, like another of the tree’s leaves, to commemorate the conceptual origin of the design of this national symbol. Like the scarlet leaf in the center of the flag, the sugar maple’s leaves turn red in the autumn and wash eastern Canadian forests in vibrant warm hues. The selectively-coloured red-and-white Canadian flag is complemented by finely detailed engraving, which recreates the leaf’s five veined lobes and creates a natural, life-like appearance. Engraved on the reverse is “CANADA”, the year “2015”, and the words “FINE SILVER 9999 ARGENT PUR 25 DOLLARS”. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.


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