Sunday, December 2

Do you know Royal Canadian Mint?

It is very interesting to work for several internet marketing companies. Among them, Blogitive made me a very knowledgeable person all round. Before talking about the web release of their clients in my blog, I usually do some research related to my work in the Internet and this proved invaluable to me.

I came across the ‘Royal Canadian Mint’ in the latest web release of Monex, America’s silver and precious metals investment leader. Immediately, my thirst for knowledge made me look up at Royal Canadian Mint and here, I am sharing with you my findings.

*The Royal Canadian Mint produces all of Canada's circulation coins.

*It manufactures circulation coins on behalf of other nations.

*The Mint also designs and manufactures collector coins, bullion coins, customized medals, tokens and trade dollars watches.

*It also offers gold and silver refinery and assay services.

*The Royal Canadian Mint has produced coinage for over 74 countries: Centavo’s for Cuba, Fils for Yemen, Pesos for Colombia, Kroner for Iceland, Rupiah for Indonesia, Baht for Thailand, and a thousand-dollar coin for Hong Kong.

Monex silver bars weighing 100 and 1000 ounce are produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, Johnson-Matthey, and Engelhard. Through Monex Deposit Company (MDC) you can purchase silver or other precious metals for immediate personal delivery or arrange for convenient and safe storage at an independent bank or depository.

Monex has been serving the Americans for three decades and they have also remained loyal to Monex by purchasing all their precious metal needs from them.

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