|The Royal Canadian Mint and Canadian Coinage|
The back of the book says:
" It takes us to the turn of the twentieth century when nationalism created the demand
" A few of the remarkable stories hidden in the pages of " Striking Impressions "
" Striking Impressions, written by Dr. James A. Haxby to fill a notable gap in numismatic literature, is striking in its detail, striking in its scholarship, and most all, striking in its readability. "
" Dr. James A. Haxby has maintained a keen interest in the Royal Candian Mint and Canadian coinage, dating back to the 1950s.
1 The Modern Mint
2 Colonial Canada Struggles for Coins
3 Dominion Coinage from England
4 Agitation for a Canadian Mint
5 A Mint for Canada
6 Settling In
7 The End of an Era
8 The Refinery Becomes a Major Element in the Mint's Operation
9 New Directions 1917-1922
10 The Final Years as a Branch Mint
11 The First Years of the Royal Canadian Mint
12 Modernization of Our Coinage Design
13 Coinage During the War Years
14 The Business of Medals
15 Britain Loses India
16 Updating the Mint
17 A New Queen Graces Our Coins
18 Major Coinage Changes in the 1960s
19 The Change to a Crown Corporation
20 The Winnipeg Plant
21 Steady Progress
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