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Cayman Islands Monetary Authority
PO Box 10052, 80 Shedden Road
Elizabethan Square,
Grand Cayman KY1 - 1001
CAYMAN ISLANDS

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+1 (345) 949-7089

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Mon - Fri: 8.30 AM - 5.00 PM
Available Collector Coins

2017

  • 2017 Blue Marlin (Silver)

    The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA” or “the Authority”), together with Scottsdale Mint, is proud to reveal a new coin named the Cayman Islands Atlantic Blue Marlin Coin.

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  • 20th Anniversary of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority

    The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) was created 1997 from the merger of the Financial Services Supervision Department of the Cayman Islands Government and the Cayman Islands Currency Board. The former responsibilities, duties and activities of these two bodies now fall to CIMA.

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  • 25th Anniversary of the Cayman Islands National Museum

    The Cayman Islands National Museum's exhibition galleries are housed in the most historic building in central George Town. About 180 years old, this landmark structure is Cayman's oldest public building and one of the few surviving 19th century buildings on the islands.

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  • Kings of England programme (Gold and Silver)

    The Kings of England Coin Collection is a unique set of ten gold and ten silver coins encompassing the 37 kings of England from the first Anglo Saxon King Edward the Confessor, to the most recent king of the House of Windsor, George VI, the father of the present reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II.

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Collector Coins Issued in Past Years (No longer available for purchase)

2014

  • National Heroes Day 10th Anniversary (Silver)

    The Cayman Islands National Heroes Day is the premier national celebration of the heritage and culture of the Islands. Over the past ten years, the events and activities surrounding the day have been used to celebrate a number of core themes.

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  • Queen's Diamond Jubilee - Launch of Ship (2012)

    It was a happy day at Clydeside when The Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, launched Royal Yacht Britannia. The name Britannia was the personal choice of The Queen and on 16 April 1953, to defeaning cheers from 30,000 well-wishers.

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  • Constitution Coin (Gold)

    The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, in conjunction with the British Royal Mint, has issued a limited mintage numismatic coin set to mark the commencement of the 2009 Cayman Islands Constitution.

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  • Constitution Coin (Silver)

    The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, in conjunction with the British Royal Mint, has issued a limited mintage numismatic coin set to mark the commencement of the 2009 Cayman Islands Constitution.

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  • Quincentennial $2 Commemorative Coin

    The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has authorized the Royal Mint to strike a limited number of silver Proof coins to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus first recorded sighting of the beautiful islands in 1503.

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  • Endangered Wildlife - Iguana (Silver)

    This coin features the Blue Rock Iguana. A cold blooded reptile, the Blue Rock Iguana, is only active during the day, after surfacing from beneath deep rock crevices to bask in the sunlight, thus keeping its body at an ideal temperature.

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  • Flora and Fauna - Ironwood Tree (Silver)

    A limited number of these silver proof coins were issued in 1994 in the continuing series of coins depicting the fascinating flora and fauna distinctive to these beautiful Caribbean Islands.

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  • 200th Anniversary of the Wreck of the Ten Sails (Silver)

    A limited number of $2 silver Proof coins were issued in 1994 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of "The Wreck of the Ten Sails", a favourite Cayman legend that is based on a tragedy involving ten British ships.

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  • 200th Anniversary of the Wreck of the Ten Sails (Gold)

    A limited number of $50 Gold Proof coins were issued in 1994 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of "The Wreck of the Ten Sails", a favourite Cayman legend that is based on a tragedy involving ten British ships.

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  • Royal Visit

    For the second time in the history of the Cayman Islands the people of the Island were graced by the presence of the reigning monarch of Great Britain, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

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  • 40th Anniversary of Her Majesty's Coronation

    On the 2nd June 1953, at Westminster Abbey, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II took the Coronation Oath which binded her to the service of the people of Britain and the Commonwealth.

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  • XXV Olympic Games (Silver)

    To commemorate the 1992 Olympic Games, the Currency Board issued a silver proof commermorative coin. The coin portrays a group of cyclists, with the winner as he breaks the banner heading BARCELONA, with the inscription '1992 Olympic Games' framing the riders.

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  • Discoveries of the World ('Sir Francis Drake')(Silver)

    In 1992 the Currency Board issued a $1 silver coin commemorating "Discoveries of the World". The coin features the first recorded Englishman to visit the Cayman Islands, "Sir Francis Drake", together with the Coat of Arms he was granted in 1581.

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  • 20th Anniversary of the Cayman Islands Currency Board (Silver)

    In 1991 the Cayman Islands Currency Board issued a coin to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Cayman Islands Currency Board and its legal tender.

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  • Her Majesty The Queen Mother's 90th Birthday

    For the Cayman Islands commemorative tribute to this well loved Lady, a truly exquisite design has been chosen to celebrate the occasion.

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  • Turtle (Silver)

    This coin features the Green Turtle (chelonian mydas), one of the four species of giant sea turtle to be found in the Caribbean Sea around Cayman..

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  • Royal Visit - HRH Princess Alexandra

    To commemorate the visit to the Cayman Islands of her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra, The Cayman Islands Currency Board issued a $5 silver and $250 gold coin.

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  • Commonwealth Games

    This sporting event which was to become known as the Commonwealth Games was once a mere dream of a certain Mr. Ashley Cooper, who wrote to "The Times" in 1892 and suggested that a regular sports meeting would increase 'the goodwill and understanding between the nations of the Empire'.

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  • Royal Land Grant

    In 1985, the Cayman Islands celebrated the 250th Anniversary of the first recorded Royal Land Grant issued by the Crown of the Islands.

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  • The Queen's Silver Jubilee

    To commemorate the historic 25th Anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, The Cayman Islands Currency Board issued a $25 silver and $100 gold coin bearing the Royal Coat of Arms.

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  • Queen Mary I 1553-1558

    Daughter of Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon, Mary proclaimed herself Queen shortly after the death of her brother Edward VI.

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  • Queen Elizabeth I 1558-1603

    Half sister to Mary, and the daughter of Henry's second wife Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth ruled for 44 years. Now known as the Elizabethan Era, it was an age of discovery, exploration, and the arts.

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  • Queen Mary II 1668-1694

    Although it was intended that Mary should rule alone, William of Orange, her husband, had other ideas; thus they were eventually declared joint Sovereigns by Parliament.

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  • Queen Anne 1702-1714

    Following the death of William III in 1702, Anne succeeded her late sister Mary II to become the last Queen from the House of Stuart at the age of 37.

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  • Queen Victoria 1837-1901

    On becoming Queen in 1837, Victoria was the youngest sovereign Queen in British history and continued to reign for the longest period of any monarch.

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  • Queen Elizabeth II 1952

    On her birth in 1926, it seemed highly unlikely the eldest daughter of the Duke of York would ever become Queen of England, but history will forever show that when called upon to accept the duties of monarch.

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