The first circulation coins struck this year! From the beaver to the mighty polar bear, Canada’s classic circulation coin designs are the featured stars of the 2022 Special Wrap Roll Collection: First Strikes. Inside the collector case, you’ll find a special wrap roll of each denomination ($2, $1, 25¢, 10¢, 5¢). These are some of the first 2022-dated circulation pieces struck at our Winnipeg facility. And they’re all wrapped in premium paper sealed with a holographic label, to ensure that our “first impressions” of 2022 will be a memorable addition to your collection.
Lock in your 2022 circulation coins with this collection of the first pieces struck this year!
- YOUR FIRST CIRCULATION STRIKES IN 2022! Keep your collection up to date with the first 2022-dated circulation coins struck at our Winnipeg facility.
- FIVE ROLLS IN ONE COLLECTION! Canada’s five circulating denominations ($2, $1, 25¢, 10¢, 5¢) are featured in this set that gives you a full roll of each.
- PREMIUM WRAPPER! Your coins come wrapped in premium paper that includes an illustration of the reverse design, which is visible on one or both ends of each roll.
- HOLOGRAPHIC LABEL! Each roll is sealed with a holographic label—an extra touch to make this a more memorable collecting experience.
- CLASSIC PRESENTATION! All five rolls are presented side-by-side in a classic presentation case that reflects the unique status of these coins.
- LIMITED COLLECTIBLE! Only 5,000 sets have been produced and are available to collectors worldwide.
- Polar Bear: Introduced in 1996, Canada’s bi-metallic two-dollar coin features the polar bear, an Arctic species that is a symbol of strength. Artist: Brent Townsend
- Common Loon: A defining image of Canada and its currency, the loon made its coin debut on June 30, 1987. Artist: Robert-Ralph Carmichael
- Caribou: The antlered representative of Canada’s northern wilderness, the caribou first appeared on the 25-cent coin in 1937. Artist: Emanuel Hahn
- Bluenose: An enduring symbol of Canada’s maritime history and heritage, Bluenose first appeared on the 10-cent coin in 1937. Artist: Emanuel Hahn
- Beaver: The five-cent coin’s beaver design dates back to 1937, but the animal is a centuries-old icon that is synonymous with Canada’s early history. Artist: G. E. Kruger-Gray