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75th Anniversary of the Normandy Campaign: D-Day at Juno Beach Pure Silver Coin (2019)

75th Anniversary of the Normandy Campaign: D-Day at Juno Beach Pure Silver Coin (2019)

$24.95 CAD
Mintage: 100,000
Canada and US only

A footstep in time. A pure silver tribute to those who came ashore on D-Day. Order today.

Stepping off the LCA, I plunged into action. It was a 45-metre dash through the cold surf just to reach the shore. Now, it's a mad race across the open beach to reach the seawall. We've come under heavy fire every step of the way. But we're doing the unthinkable here: we're breaching the Atlantic Wall, like a giant wave crashing down on the occupying forces in Western Europe. Every new boot print in the sand is one step closer to victory…

The first step into battle takes incredible courage.

On June 6, 1944, 14,000 Canadians stepped forward and fought to secure a beachhead on an 8-km stretch of Normandy coast. Many fell before reaching the shore; still, the brave Canadians pushed on, advancing farther than any of the Allies and clearing the way for the invading forces that followed.

This powerful coin design honours the Canadian soldiers who landed on Juno Beach and helped secure an Allied foothold in Western Europe. Although their boot prints in the sand have long washed away, their imprint on history will endure forever.

The soldiers who landed in France on June 6, 1944, were indelibly marked by that event. But as they crossed the beach and began the liberation campaign in Northwest Europe, they left their own everlasting mark, symbolised here by the imprint of the soldier's boot.

Dr. Stephen Harris, CD, PhD, Directorate of History and Heritage, Canadian Armed Forces

Your pure silver coin is a tribute to those who came ashore on D-Day. Order today.

Special features:
  • BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED IN PURE SILVER: Your D-Day commemorative piece captures the moment Canadian soldiers set foot on Juno Beach on the morning of June 6, 1944.
  • A STIRRING IMAGE: With its image of a boot print in the sand, your coin captures the gilded essence of the landings on Juno Beach.
  • THE WAVE'S CONTOURS ECHO THE NORMANDY COASTLINE: Below the boot print, a wave laps at the shore, its contours echoing the Normandy coastline.
  • A FOOTSTEP THAT LED TO A FOOTHOLD: The boot print belongs to the young soldier featured on the 2019 proof dollar. Both coins are part of a year-long journey of remembrance; each one is a different chapter in the story of Canada in the Normandy Campaign.
  • EXCEPTIONAL REALISM: Innovative finishes mimic the granular nature of the sand and the reflective quality of the water.
  • REMEMBERING CANADA'S ROLE: Canadians played an important role on D-Day and throughout the Battle of Normandy. This is our way of honouring their legacy.


A soldier's first step onto Juno Beach is preserved for all time in this poignant design by Glen Loates. Your coin features a military boot print in the sand, its deep indentation and crisp lines conveying the weight of the soldier's resolve as he moves towards his objective. Below the boot print, a wave laps at the shore, its contours echoing the Normandy coastline. The word "JUNO" fills the space between the boot print and the water, and sits atop the anniversary years "1944 – 2019" that are linked by a maple leaf insignia from the Second World War. The word "CANADA" is engraved along the upper edge of the coin.

Did you know…
  • On D-Day, Canada's 14,000 soldiers were part of the largest seaborne invasion in history which included an Allied assault force 150,000 strong.
  • Delayed by weather and a strong current, the first assault wave landed at 7:49 a.m. Infantry and armoured units continued to pour onto the increasingly congested beach as the enemy held its position. By 10 a.m., several beach exits were cleared and reserve battalions began moving in; and by 12 p.m., all units of the 3rd Canadian Division had come ashore.
  • Bullets rained down on the infantry as they waded through the water, but more dangers awaited them on land. Obstacles, hidden mines and machine gun fire made for a harrowing race across 200 metres of open beach. And behind the seawall were concrete bunkers, machine gun nests, anti-tank guns and pillboxes.
  • Sherman DD tanks joined the assault troops in overrunning defensive strongpoints. Armed with small arms and grenades, some troops even engaged in hand-to-hand combat in their attempt to clear the beach.
  • Casualties were highest in the first wave of soldiers that broke through the German defences. By day's end, 340 Canadians had made the ultimate sacrifice, with another 574 wounded—and it was just the start of their grueling campaign through Normandy.


Your encapsulated coin is packaged in a custom folder that allows you to easily display and safely store your special keepsake.

Order today!


*PST will be charged where applicable. 1/2 oz fine silver (99.99% pure).

†Free standard shipping in Canada only. Purchases delivered in the USA may be subject to USA state sales taxes, where applicable. Products may differ from those shown and are not actual size unless specified. While quantities last.

© 2019 Royal Canadian Mint. All rights reserved.

Juno Beach Centre Association's D-Day anniversary logo.
The coin image shares the same inspiration as the Juno Beach Centre Association's D-Day anniversary logo; it recreates a moment caught on film when the North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment landed on Nan Red Beach (La Rive Plage).


I would buy this again


Great Canadian coin




Good momento for such a historic event



The collector



i would buy the coin again


My father was involved in D Day


Virginia Beach, Virginia


commemorative coin


The coin depicts a footstep in the sand. A footstep of a Canadian soldier who would have participated in the D-Day invasion of Normandy that led to the liberation of Europe. The coin is a very good artistic work. My father took part in the D-Day invasion. His story is quite different than the picture on the display card that came with the coin. He was part of the first wave of soldiers that landed on D-Day. His story was of the horror and the ordeal of the landing on D-Day 75 years ago. The coin is nevertheless a very good commemorative coin celebrating the 75th anniversary of D-Day.


Bathurst NB


Nice collectible coin for d-day


I really like this coin, the design is unique and has nice detail, and is very appropriate to the occasion. And for a .9999 silver coin the price was very reasonable.

I can't remember

Brampton, ON


I would buy similar products again.


Display and show other people that our family is one that serves and protects. Police, Nurses and Security First Responders make a portion of my family.


Ontario, Canada


Why do you over price ? As a pensioner, it's expensive


over priced


Capreol, Ont.



4.1 7


There's some offer I heard of a Commemorative D-Day coin with sample of sand from the Beaches of Normandy with only one of this offer per customer and it was for $14.?? (Fourteen dollars and some cents). Is this through Canadian Mint?

Gift for someone

Hello and thank you for asking. This is not one of our promotions.


Where can I buy the coin.


Hello and thank you for asking. You can buy it with us online or by calling our Customer Solution Centre at 1-800-267-1871 . You may also be able to find it at your Canada Post Office.


your third enlargement shows a colour map of the Normandy beach. If this is not actually on the coin why are you showing this; could be misleading.


Hello Fred and thank you for asking. Yes,you are correct it is not the actual beach. It was designed as closely as possible since designing the perfect rendition is not an easy task. We do mention in the description of the coin that it echoes the Normandy coastline.


The 3rd image shows a map of the Juno beach... is that somehow actually on the coin ?


Hello and thank you for asking. It is not the actual representation of the beach itself but a close rendition of the the Normandy coastline.


Hi i have a set off coins i went to know if you mit have cases for them .. i been looking i have 6 sets for all my grandkid..


I went to a dollar store and got mine for my four grand daughters


Hello Sharon and thank you for asking. We are not offering empty collector cards.


1/2 oz silver or 7.96 gm of silver?


It is .25 or one quarter troy ounce - not .28


7.96 gm is 1/4 Oz (a little over)


Hello Stephen and thank you for asking. The coin weighs 7.96 g which is 0.28 oz.



  • No.171817
  • Mintage100,000
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishreverse proof
  • Weight (g) 7.96
  • Diameter (mm) 27
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificaten/a
  • Face value3 dollars
  • ArtistGlen Loates (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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