2023 Collector’s Edition 50-Cent Special Wrap Roll

24.95 $

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One of Canada’s most elusive denomination is rarer than ever in 2023. As we focus our attention on commemorating the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (1952-2022), the Mint will not be issuing any 2023-dated Canadian circulation coins featuring both the traditional reverse designs and an obverse featuring Queen Elizabeth II. But for those seeking to complete their year-by-year 50-cent collection, we’ve struck a limited number of non-circulation 50-cent coins—an exclusive collector’s edition that is not intended for circulation. Each Collector’s Edition Non-Circulation 50-Cent Special Wrap Roll gives you 25 of these 2023-dated non-circulation 50-cent coins, which come in a commemorative paper wrap marked by a touch of royal purple.


Your 2023-dated 50-cent non-circulation coins feature Canada’s Coat of Arms, which was adopted by proclamation of King George V in 1921 and first appeared on the 50-cent piece in 1937. Each coin’s obverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. The obverse also bears a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies that have graced Canadian coins and the double date of her reign.

  • Rarer than ever. Canada’s elusive 50-cent coin is already hard to find, and this Special Wrap Roll is one of the few ways to acquire a 2023-dated one outside of a set. An exceptional issue, it is exclusively available as part of the Collector’s Edition Non-Circulation Coin Set, and the Special Wrap Roll featured here.
  • 25 coins in one roll. Inside each roll, your 25 coins are all 2023-dated 50-cent non-circulation coins that share the same heraldry-themed design as the ones struck in years past.
  • Always a favourite.The 50-cent coin’s limited annual mintage and timeless heraldic design have made it a collector favourite.


Your coins are wrapped in a special illustrated paper with a royal purple-coloured edge that pays tribute to the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II.