# 456 - Lighthouses

in steemsilvergold •  3 months ago 

In 2004-2005 the Royal Canadian Mint issued the "Canadian Lighthouse Series".

It was composed of only two coins, both weighting 1oz with 99.99% silver purity and Proof finish with frosted relief against a mirror background.

I made a mistake and I photographed them out of order.

The first is a 2005 $20 CAD showing the Toronto Island Lighthouse.

The second is a 2004 $20 CAD showing the Sambro Island Lighthouse.

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Beautiful coins. The frosted relief against a mirror background is similar to the medallions you showed about the History of Canada.

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Yes, they are similar. Maybe these medallions were minted by RCM. Who knows?

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