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Finally a digital Canadian Coin News

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We're finally ready to take the wraps off our special project: a digital version of Canadian Coin News.

Our new product is basically an electronic version of our existing magazine, but it will be made available online the same day the print copies are put in the mail. That means you get your digital copy quickly, anywhere in the world.

The digital version is hot-linked, meaning that you can click on advertisements, websites, or email addresses on the digital page to get more information, or send a quick message.

The digital version is available through the website of our "visual printer" Zinio. That means you can read Canadian Coin News anywhere you have access to the Internet, which amounts to almost the entire planet today.

Canadian Coin News is a large page publication with lots of small type. While you can view the web page on a smartphone, it may involve a lot more scrolling than you like, unless you have a telephone with a 15-inch screen, you will find yourself scrolling quite a bit. I've tried it, and while it may not be my first choice, it is possible.

CCN on Zinio

For now, the price of a digital version is the same as a print version. While it is true that we don't have to pay to print electronic magazines, we have a number of additional costs that are unique to the digital format. You can convert from print to digital if you choose for the remainder of your subscription.

Right now we're at the early stage of a digital experience, but I'm quite sure it is just the start of a whole new way for you and me to share our love of coins.


To go digital, click here.

Bret Evans
Managing Editor



IN THIS ISSUE

April 8, 2014 to April 21, 2014


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Mint expands on 'nature' theme with latest launch

By Bret Evans

The Royal Canadian Mint's third product launch of the year is dominated by further additions to already established lines, many themed around nature.

The coins have a number of issues using the RCM's paint and enamel applications.

"The Mint is continuously inspired by Canada's rich natural, cultural and historical heritage by which our country is known around the world," said Ian E. Bennett, master of the Royal Canadian Mint. "We are delighted that these themes not only allow us to tell new stories of Canada through beautiful new coins, but also showcase our craftsmanship and innovation."...

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IN PREVIOUS ISSUES


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U.S. couple finds rare, gold coins buried under tree
- March 25, 2014 issue

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January a month of millions
- February 25, 2014 issue

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New Proof set marks First World War centenary
- February 11, 2014 issue

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Mint creates new Arctic fox bullion coin
- January 14, 2014 issue

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Mint continues to see revenue growth
- December 31, 2013 issue

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Last two polymers complete series
- December 3, 2013 issue

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Mint offers sleigh full of Christmas coins
- November 19, 2013 issue

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Silver $20 coins honour Canada's 'blue berets' in Cyprus
- November 5, 2013 issue

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Loss of a numismatic great
- October 22, 2013 issue

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Man of steel receives tributes in silver, gold and cupro-nickel
- October 8, 2013 issue

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ANA showgoers were offered special Canadian UNC set
- September 24, 2013 issue

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Long-extinct Tylosaurus comes to life on coins
- July 30, 2013 issue

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Fakers trying their hand at polymer notes: RCMP
- July 16, 2013 issue

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Louisbourg settlement's 300 years marked by coins
- July 2, 2013 issue

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Canadian collector buys 1936 dot cent at Chicago auction
- May 21, 2013 issue

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Wolf joins growing pack of $20-for-$20 coins
- April 9, 2013 issue

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Hunt for new effigy
- August 12, 2003 issue

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1944 Nfld. Decimal

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Mulemania Continues
- February 8, 2000 issue

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Year 2000 25-Cent Coins Unveiled By RCM
- January 25, 2000 issue


NUMISMATIC SITES


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The American Numismatic Association

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The Numismatic Network Canada

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The Canadian Coin Reference Site

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Potter's Webspace

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Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Association

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The Royal Canadian Numismatic Association



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