125th Anniversary of the Stanley Cup

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In 1892, the Governor General of Canada, Lord Stanley, donated a silver bowl for the purpose of fostering a competitive spirit between Canada’s amateur hockey teams. From this expression of support sprung a rich legacy, as the Stanley Cup evolved into one of the most revered trophy in professional sports—and a celebrated icon in Canada. The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the Stanley Cup’s origins, with a one-of-a-kind shaped coin that pays tribute to hockey’s ultimate prize.

Special Features:

-AN OUTSTANDING RCM FIRST: Introducing the first ever Stanley Cup-shaped coin!

-Struck in a beautiful reverse proof finish, this 99.9% fine silver coin is a stunning replica of the Cup—albeit on a smaller scale.

-A one-of-a-kind way to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Stanley Cup and its rich history.

-Low mintage of just 5,000

-The ultimate collectible for any hockey fan, this coin is a fantastic addition to any collection that features technological firsts or sports themes.

Specifications:

Composition: 99.9% fine silver

Mintage: 5,000

Weight (g): 99.53 (3.2 oz of silver)

Height (mm): 58

Face Value: $50

Finish: Reverse Proof

Edge: Plain

Images and description courtesy of Colonial Acres Coins (https://www.colonialacres.com/product-p/158058.htm)

 

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