Exclusive zippered pouch for coin and stamp collectors

$9.99

Our new zippered pouch highlights Trajan Media’s flagship publications, Canadian Coin News and Canadian Stamp News, with imprints of Canada’s 1911 silver dollar and 1851 three-penny beaver stamp.

Measuring 152 mm by 107mm and made from 80-gram non-woven polypropylene, each pouch includes a grey and royal blue zippered closure and matching attachment loop. Perfect for the short-term storage of coins, stamps, face masks and more, the multi-purpose pouches also provide an opportunity to promote Canada’s top hobbies – coin and stamp collecting – with high-quality images of some of the country’s rarest collectibles.

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Description

Our new zippered pouch highlights Trajan Media’s flagship publications, Canadian Coin News and Canadian Stamp News, with imprints of Canada’s 1911 silver dollar and 1851 three-penny beaver stamp.

Measuring 152 mm by 107mm and made from 80-gram non-woven polypropylene, each pouch includes a coloured Grey and Royal Blue, zippered closure and matching attachment loop. Perfect for the short-term storage of coins, stamps, face masks and more, the multi-purpose pouches also provide an opportunity to promote Canada’s top hobbies – coin and stamp collecting – with high-quality images of some of the country’s rarest collectibles.

The 1911 pattern silver dollar, considered the “Holy Grail of Canadian Coins,” is among the hobby’s most enigmatic collectibles. Only discovered in 1960, the pattern (i.e., struck to test a proposed design) is of the utmost rarity, with only three examples – two in silver and one in lead – known to exist. In 2019, a pair of Canadian dealers bought the only privately available silver example for about $735,000.

The three-penny beaver, issued in 1851, was Canada’s first regular postage stamp and the world’s first pictorial stamp. Issued only two months after Canada gained control of its postal system from Great Britain, the three-penny beaver boldly depicts the large, industrial rodent rather than the traditional effigy of the monarch. It began a new Canadian tradition with nature as the focus of the country’s national symbolic imagery. Catalogue prices range from $400 in Very Good condition to $60,000 in Very Fine.

Additional information

Weight 0.01 kg
Dimensions 18 × 12 × 1 cm

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