The Jack Shinske Collection of Odd & Curious Money on CD-ROM. Samples from the CD-ROM or the product order form PDF Form.

The Regina Coin Club issued a series of attractive Trade Dollars from 1984 to 1991, each of which has a portrait of Queen Victoria on the obverse (taken from Henry Lee-Grayson’s famous medallion portrait on the Albert Memorial Bridge in Regina) and various Saskatchewan landmarks or events on the reverse.

Subjects commemorated were:

1986-Regina Transit-Click to Enlarge 1986-Musical Ride-Click to Enlarge
1988-Rosary Cathedral-Click to Enlarge 1989-Regina Hospital Service-Click to Enlarge 1990-Curling in Regina-Click to Enlarge
1991-Co-op Elevators- Click to Enlarge 1993-40th Anniversary-Click to Enlarge  
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In 1986, the Club published “Aspects of the Numismatics of North America,” the proceedings of a symposium held in conjunction with the CNA Convention. The book contains a variety of articles on the coinage, paper money and medals of Canada, the United States and Mexico and includes a comprehensive study of the campaign medals of nineteenth century Canada.

Aspects of the Numismatics in North America-click to enlarge
front cover back cover

To find out what products are currently available, please download the product order form PDF Form. If there are any products you would like to order, print off the form, fill it out, and mail it to:

Regina Coin Club
PO Box 174
Regina SK S4P 2Z6



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