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Canada 2005 5 Cent Beaver Nickel First Day of Minting Cover

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Hard-to-find set includes a handsome nickel from Canada, one of only 5000 struck on the first day of minting!

Sold out at the Mint!From the days of the first voyageurs the beaver has played an important role in Canadian history. The beaver design on the five cent coin was created by Canadian artist G.E. Kruger-Gray and first used in 1937. Widely recognized as an emblem of Canada, the beaver has adorned the shield of the Hudson's Bay Company, the armorial bearings of Quebec City and the city of Montreal, Canada's first postage stamp and countless commercial products. Made of cupro-nickel from 1982, its composition was changed to nickel-plated steel in 2000.

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2005 First Day of Minting Obverse & ReverseFirst Day of Minting Covers - A Great Value!
This set includes a true first-strike nickel with a very limited mintage! Each coin was struck with fresh dies on the very first day of minting for the sharpest details and clearest design, and each is attractively packaged in a full-color folder. Only 5,000 of these first day cover sets were assembled, ensuring that they'll always be in short supply, and they are the only way to get the first day of minting coins, so be sure to get yours today!

A beaver sitting on top of its dam in the middle of a river. The five cent design was first used on the Canadian nickel in 1937. The denomination, flanked by maple leafs, and date of issue also appear.


Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England, in profile facing right. This portrait, the fourth effigy of the queen to appear on Canadian coinage, was executed by the artist Susanna Blunt. The legend ELIZABETH II D. G. REGINA ("Elizabeth II, Queen by the Grace of God") also appears.

The first day of minting coin is handsomely displayed in an large (8 inches by 5 inches) presentation folder with full-color illustrations and bilingual text.

Country Canada
Year of Issue 2005
Face Value 5 Cents
Weight 3.95 g
Diameter 21.20 mm
Mintage Limit    5,000
Finish Brilliant Uncirculated
Composition RCM Multilayer Plating
Edge Plain
Artist G.E. Kruger-Gray

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