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There is also a 2010 Loonie in the set currently being sold by the Royal Mint!

I suspect if the Queen were to die, the mint would immediately recall any coins not sold and melt them down. Which means that those that had already been sold could become quite valuable.

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I have lost track of the number of the coins that has come out. Is the wheelchair curling one the third one to come out so far?

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I have lost track of the number of the coins that has come out. Is the wheelchair curling one the third one to come out so far?
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I have lost track of the number of the coins that has come out. Is the wheelchair curling one the third one to come out so far?

Yes...hockey, curling and paralympic curling.

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Thanks, Diana.

So far, by way of getting change from a few shopping trips, I have managed to get myself the first two.

Through getting loose change, I've gotten 3 hockey quarters now but no curling or wheelchair curling ones yet.

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In 2007:

Curling - February 23, 2007

Ice Hockey - April 3, 2007

Wheelchair Curling - July 11, 2007

Biathlon - September 12, 2007

Alpine Skiing - October 24, 2007

2008

Snowboarding - February 20, 2008

Freestyle Skiing - April 16, 2008

2008 Lucky Loonie (Dollar coin) - July 23, 2008

Figure Skating - September 10, 2008

Bobsleigh - October 29, 2008

2009

Speed Skating - February 18, 2009

Cross country skiing - April 15, 2009

Ice Sledge Hockey - June 17, 2009

Bronze Medalist - August 5, 2009

Silver Medalist - September 9, 2009

Gold Medalist - October 7, 2009

2010 Lucky Loonie (Dollar coin) - November 4, 2009

Anybody get a Biathlon coin yet?

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Anyone got that "lucky loonie" yet in your change, according to that SkiFreak list at his previous post?

FROM SKIFREAK post:

In 2007:

Curling - February 23, 2007

Ice Hockey - April 3, 2007

Wheelchair Curling - July 11, 2007

Biathlon - September 12, 2007

Alpine Skiing - October 24, 2007

2008

Snowboarding - February 20, 2008

Freestyle Skiing - April 16, 2008

2008 Lucky Loonie (Dollar coin) - July 23, 2008

Figure Skating - September 10, 2008

Bobsleigh - October 29, 2008

2009

Speed Skating - February 18, 2009

Cross country skiing - April 15, 2009

Ice Sledge Hockey - June 17, 2009

Bronze Medalist - August 5, 2009

Silver Medalist - September 9, 2009

Gold Medalist - October 7, 2009

2010 Lucky Loonie (Dollar coin) - November 4, 2009

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The coin collections associated with particular country is one of themes. There are too many options for this theme. An example would be to select a particular country and collect coins only for that country for example United States of America.The other extreme theme may be to collect the coins of every country of world. The important factor for developing coin collection is knowing what you are buying. Whether you are collecting as a hobbyists for as an investment, it is always good to enough information regarding your purchase. All coin collectors wish to gather valuable or rare coins and the only way to get your hands on such coins is through purchase. Almost all professional coin dealers will have good understanding and view of the worth of their coins. Therefore, there is not much danger of scamming, although it is always better to examine value and condition of coin before making any decision.

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