NUMISMATIC ISSUES

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Over the years the Regina Coin Club has issued a number of trade dollars, commemorative medals, convention souvenirs, wooden nickels, and other assorted numismatic items. Check out the categories below for the latest listing of these numismatica. This catalogue will be updated whenever new information becomes available, so check back often. If you know of any items not on this list, contact us and let us know. We'd love to hear from you!

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TRADE DOLLARS

 

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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100,000

H. Hatton

Regina CenturEx Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1984

DIAMETER:

$1.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

First coin in the RCC's Trade Dollar Program, issued in partnership with the Regina Chamber of Commerce and the Regina Exhibition Association. This issue commemorates "CenturEx", the 100th anniversary of the Regina Exhibition.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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25,000

C.F. Gilboy

North West Resistance Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1985

DIAMETER:

$1.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the North West Resistance in Saskatchewan. The reverse design, by then-RCC President Chris Gilboy, features portraits of the leaders from both sides of the conflict, including Louis Riel, Gabriel Dumont, Chief Big Bear, Chief Poundmaker, General Middleton, and Colonel Otter.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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25,000

D.G. MacDougall

Regina Transit Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1986

DIAMETER:

$1.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Regina Transit Service. The reverse design, by RCC member Dave MacDougall, shows the first electric trolley car to operate in the city.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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5,000

D.G. MacDougall

RCMP Musical Ride Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1987

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

The first $2.00 coin in the series, this issue commemorates the 100th anniversary of the RCMP's famous Musical Ride.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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5,000

C.F. Gilboy

Holy Rosary Cathedral Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1988

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the construction of the famous Holy Rosary Cathedral, which dominates the skyline of west-central Regina.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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5,000

D. MacDougall

Regina Hospital Service Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1989

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Issued to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the formation of the Regina Hospital Service.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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5,000

D. MacDougall

Curling in Regina Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1990

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the first curling match in Regina.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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5,000

D. MacDougall

Sask Co-op Elevator Co. Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1991

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Issued to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the formation of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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10,000

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St. Paul Cathedral 1994 Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1994

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Issued by the Church of St. Paul committee to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone for the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, the oldest still functioning church in Regina.

OBVERSE

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REVERSE

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10,000

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St. Paul Cathedral 1995 Dollar

ISSUE YEAR:

DENOMINATION:

COMPOSITION:

1995

DIAMETER:

$2.00

WEIGHT:

nickel-bonded steel

MINTAGE:

33 mm

12.9 g

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall

Issued by the Church of St. Paul committee to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the dedication of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul.

 

COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

OBVERSE

1993 RCC 40th Anniversary Medal [goldine

REVERSE

1993 RCC 40th Anniversary Medal [goldine
RCC 40th Anniversary Medal (goldine)

ISSUE YEAR:

MINTAGE:

COMPOSITION:

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

1993

325

DIAMETER:

WEIGHT:

38

23.5

Antiqued Goldine

J. Smalley (Regina Coin Club)

RCC Logo, after a design by J.C. Summerlin

To celebrate its 40th Anniversary the Regina Coin Club had these special medals struck. The obverse design, by RCC member J. Smalley, was based on the commemorative medal for the 1933 World Grain Exhibition held in Regina. In addition to 175 antiqued bronze and 325 antiqued goldine, 3 medals were struck in silver, for awarding to 40-year members), and a silver uniface medal was struck for the designer.

OBVERSE

1993 RCC 40th Anniversary Medal [goldine

REVERSE

1993 RCC 40th Anniversary Medal [goldine
RCC 40th Anniversary Medal (bronze)

ISSUE YEAR:

MINTAGE:

COMPOSITION:

OBVERSE DESIGN:

REVERSE DESIGN:

1993

175

DIAMETER:

WEIGHT:

38

23.2

Antiqued Bronze

J. Smalley (Regina Coin Club)

RCC Logo, after a design by J.C. Summerlin

To celebrate its 40th Anniversary the Regina Coin Club had these special medals struck. The obverse design, by RCC member J. Smalley, was based on the commemorative medal for the 1933 World Grain Exhibition held in Regina. In addition to 175 antiqued bronze and 325 antiqued goldine, 3 medals were struck in silver, for awarding to 40-year members), and a silver uniface medal was struck for the designer.

 

CONVENTION / SHOW MEDALS AND SOUVENIRS

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1959 CNA Convention Medal (Bronze)

ISSUE YEAR:

1959

MINTAGE:

275

DIAMETER:

37.6 mm

WEIGHT:

15.7 g

COMPOSITION:

Antiqued Bronze

OBVERSE DESIGN:

RCC Logo, after a design by J.C. Summerlin

REVERSE DESIGN:

Birks Montreal

The CNA's 6th Annual Convention was held in Regina, September 2nd to 4th, 1959. The unique scalloped shape of the medal was based on the logo of Regina Coin Club, and struck by Brinks Montreal. A bronze medal was provided with each participant's registration package, and additional bronze medals could be purchased for $2.50.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1959 CNA Convention Wooden Nickel

ISSUE YEAR:

1959

MINTAGE:

200

DIAMETER:

37.8 mm

WEIGHT:

2.4 g

COMPOSITION:

Wood, Paper

OBVERSE DESIGN:

Hans Zoell (Phila-Coin Co., Regina)

REVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

Hans Zoell, owner of Phila-Coins Company, Regina, made up these commemorative wooden nickels for distribution at the 1959 CNA Convention in Regina. One example was included with each participant's registration package. The woods were surplus car wash tokens from the Supermatic Car Wash in downtown Regina.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1962 6th Coin-O-Rama g/f 25c Souvenir Token

ISSUE YEAR:

1962

MINTAGE:

1,000

DIAMETER:

32 mm

WEIGHT:

2.2 g

COMPOSITION:

Aluminum

OBVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

REVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

The RCC had these tokens stamped for the 6th Annual Coin-O-Rama event, which took place October 6th, 1962, at Saskatchewan House (former residence of Saskatchewan's Lieutenant Governors). One token was included in each participant's registration package, while additional tokens were offered for sale at the show and at subsequent club events. The tokens were stamped by O.K. Marking Devices, Ltd., of Regina.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
Western Regional Coin Ex Medallion (Alum.)

ISSUE YEAR:

1971

MINTAGE:

1,500

DIAMETER:

39 mm

WEIGHT:

4.2 g

COMPOSITION:

Aluminum

OBVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

REVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

The Western Regional Coin Exhibition was a joint show put on by the Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw coin clubs. The 3-day event, held July 23rd to 25th, 1971, was part of the Saskatchewan Homecoming celebrations happening across the province that year. The medallions were sold at the show, as well as other events over the next few years.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
Western Regional Coin Ex Medallion (Goldine)

ISSUE YEAR:

1971

MINTAGE:

1,500

DIAMETER:

39 mm

WEIGHT:

15 g

COMPOSITION:

Antiqued Goldine

OBVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

REVERSE DESIGN:

< unknown >

The Western Regional Coin Exhibition was a joint show put on by the Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw coin clubs. The 3-day event, held July 23rd to 25th, 1971, was part of the Saskatchewan Homecoming celebrations happening across the province that year. The medallions were sold at the show, as well as other events over the next few years.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1976 RCC Fall Show Wood Nickels

ISSUE YEAR:

1976

MINTAGE:

est. 680

DIAMETER:

37.6 mm

WEIGHT:

2.2 g

COMPOSITION:

Wood

OBVERSE DESIGN:

Regina Coin Club

REVERSE DESIGN:

stock wooden nickel

The RCC had these wooden nickels made up for distribution starting at the 1976 Fall Coin and Hobby Show. The outer ring was pre-printed; the inner space left blank for a date stamp. Ink stamps in magenta, cyan, blue and purple (100 of each) are known.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1977 RCC Spring Show Wood Nickels

ISSUE YEAR:

1977

MINTAGE:

est. 660

DIAMETER:

37.6 mm

WEIGHT:

2.2 g

COMPOSITION:

Wood

OBVERSE DESIGN:

Regina Coin Club

REVERSE DESIGN:

stock wooden nickel

The remaining stock of RCC wood nickels originally acquired in 1976 were used again for the Spring and Fall 1977 shows. As with the 1976 issue, the dates were stamped in magenta, cyan, blue and purple inks (30 to 50 of each).

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1985 CNA Convention Medal (Bronze)

ISSUE YEAR:

1985

MINTAGE:

375

DIAMETER:

38 mm

WEIGHT:

31.3 g

COMPOSITION:

Bronze

OBVERSE DESIGN:

C.N.A. Seal, after a design by Emmanual Hahn

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall (Regina Coin Club)

The Regina Coin Club hosted the 32nd CNA Convention July 17th to 21st, 1985. The reverse design for the Convention Medal, designed by RCC member D.G. MacDougall, features the Hudson Bay Co river steamer, Northcote, which participated in the Battle of Batoche 100 years earlier. The bronze version was included with each participant's registration package, and extra bronze medals could be purchased for $10.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1985 CNA Convention Medal (Silver)

ISSUE YEAR:

1985

MINTAGE:

175

DIAMETER:

38 mm

WEIGHT:

31.4 g

COMPOSITION:

.999 Silver

OBVERSE DESIGN:

C.N.A. Seal, after a design by Emmanual Hahn

REVERSE DESIGN:

D.G. MacDougall (Regina Coin Club)

A limited number of CNA Convention Medals were struck in reverse proof, in .999 fine silver, for the 32nd Annual CNA Convention in Regina. As with the bronze version, the reverse of the silver medal features the Hudson Bay Co. river steamer, Northcote. The silver medals were available for sale at the convention, for $25 each.

OBVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (obve

REVERSE

1985 CNA Convention Medal [bronze] (reve
1985 Convention RCC Club Medal

ISSUE YEAR:

1985

MINTAGE:

< unknown >

DIAMETER:

38 mm

WEIGHT:

20.7 g

COMPOSITION:

Antiqued NBS

OBVERSE DESIGN:

modified C.N.A. Seal, after a design by Emmanual Hahn

REVERSE DESIGN:

RCC Logo, after a design by J.C. Summerlin

A limited number of these medals were struck by the Regina Coin Club to commemorate their hosting the 32nd Annual CNA Convention, July 17th to 21st, 1985, for use as souvenirs and gifts.