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On today’s date in 1988, the Royal Canadian Mint began production of its $5 Silver Maple Leaf (SML) bullion coin. Following the success of its Gold Maple Leaf bullion coins, which were introduced in 1979, the Mint began producing a one-ounce SML coin in 1988. The coin’s obverse bears the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Arnold Machin, the year-date of 1988, and the face value of $5—the highest face value on the market for any comparable silver bullion coin. The national symbol of Canada – the maple leaf – graces the coin’s reverse. The 1988 run of SML coins had a mintage of 1.11 million pieces. To continue reading, click the link in our bio.
“Internal Mails and Postage Rates of Pre-Confederation Prince Edward Island,” an award-winning exhibit by Robert Lunn, has been posted to the British North America Philatelic Society (BNAPS) website. The 14-page single-frame exhibit by Lunn, of Nasonworth, N.B., studies the internal mails and associated postage rates of pre-Confederation Prince Edward Island. According to Lunn’s introduction, the exhibit begins “with very early mail” before “moving through the stampless period, on to the pence period and finally the decimal period.” This exhibit won a gold medal at BNAPEX 2013 in Charlottetown as well as a gold; the One-Frame Grand Award; and the BNAPS Best BNA One-Frame Award at Orapex 2014 in Ottawa. To continue reading, click the link in our bio.