Royal Hawaiian Mint

Original Mint Masterpieces Since 1974

2014 Anniversary Special

2014 Anniversary Special

In celebration of Royal Hawaiian Mint's 40th anniversary, the first 100 customers that order one of these 2014 editions will receive a 25th anniversary coin for free! Simply add one of the products below to your shopping cart, and we will take care of the rest!

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  1. 2014 KING KAMEHAMEHA SILVER HAWAII DALA

    2014 KING KAMEHAMEHA SILVER HAWAII DALA

    $79.00

    Kamehameha, more than any other person in the history of the Hawaiian people, exemplifies the essence of Hawaii's greatness. Kamehameha, the first King of Hawaii, united the Hawaiian Islands with a flotilla of schooners, cannons and white men in 1795. Blessed in battle by Madame Pele, the Volcano Goddess, Kamehameha was the only Hawaiian to stay overnight aboard Captain Cook’s ship and the first Hawaiian to accept gold and silver coins for exchange. He was a true father of his people and maintained a conservative respect for the old traditions. His plan was to amass so much power that he would never use any of it. He succeeded. Learn More
  2. 2014 MADAME PELE SILVER HAWAII DALA

    2014 MADAME PELE SILVER HAWAII DALA

    $79.00

    According to old Hawaiian legends, Pele came to the Island of Hawaii - a giant land - to live in peace of fiery outbursts. "Pele" came to mean the Goddess of Fire, a volcano, or any lava eruption. Pele was often pictured as a strange woman with a warm heart and a fiery temper. She is the virulent woman of flame - the symbol of youth, beauty and lore. One who's lava intervened to help Kamehameha in one of his many battles to unite The Hawaiian Islands. In recent times, Madame Pele - the world's most active volcano goddess - has erupted in the Kilauea Volcano and snow-capped Mauna Loa, the world's largest volcano. Learn More
  3. 2014 CAPTAIN COOK SILVER HAWAII DALA

    2014 CAPTAIN COOK SILVER HAWAII DALA

    $79.00

    At his birth in 1728, James Cook had poor prospects of receiving high tributes. His schooling ended at 12. He volunteered for the British navy late and served as a commissioned officer for only ten years. Yet in those ten years, Captain James Cook discovered the cure for scurvy and lead three great voyages: Twice around the world in the "Endeavour" from 1768 to 1771, covering the entire South Pacific Ocean, charted every major landfall and spoke Polynesian. In 1776, Cook returned to the Pacific Ocean in the Resolution on his third volurage and discovered The Hawaiian Islands on January 20, 1778. Learn More
  4. 2014 KING KAMEHAMEHA, MADAME PELE AND CAPTAIN COOK - SILVER DALA SET

    2014 KING KAMEHAMEHA, MADAME PELE AND CAPTAIN COOK - SILVER DALA SET

    $217.00

    TWO CENTURIES AGO Three historic figures interacted to unite the Hawaiian Islands: KING KAMEHAMEHA, First King of Hawaii 1753 - 1819 Kamehameha, the first King of Hawaii, united the Hawaiian Islands with a flotilla of schooners, cannons and white men in 1795. Blessed in battle by Madame Pele, the Volcano Goddess, Kamehameha was the only Hawaiian to stay overnight aboard Captain Cook’s ship and the first Hawaiian to accept gold and silver coins for exchange. He was a true father of his people and maintained a conservative respect for the old traditions. MADAME PELE, The Volcano Goddess of Fire, Honored and Respected in Hawaiian Legends According to old Hawaiian legends, Pele came to the Island of Hawaii - a giant land - to live in peace of fiery outbursts. "Pele" came to mean the Goddess of Fire, a volcano, or any lava eruption. Pele was often pictured as a strange woman with a warm heart and a fiery temper. She is the virulent woman of flame - the symbol of youth, beauty and lore. One who's lava intervened to help Kamehameha in one of his many battles to unite The Hawaiian Islands. In recent times, Madame Pele - the world's most active volcano goddess - has erupted in the Kilauea Volcano and snow-capped Mauna Loa, the world's largest volcano. CAPTAIN JAMES COOK, One of the Greatest and Most Enlightened Western Discoverers, 1728 - 1779 At his birth in 1728, James Cook had poor prospects of receiving high tributes. His schooling ended at 12. He volunteered for the British navy late and served as a commissioned officer for only ten years. Yet in those ten years, Captain James Cook discovered the cure for scurvy and lead three great voyages: Twice around the world in the "Endeavour" from 1768 to 1771, covering the entire South Pacific Ocean, charted every major landfall and spoke Polynesian. In 1776, Cook returned to the Pacific Ocean in the Resolution on his third voyage and discovered The Hawaiian Islands on January 20, 1778. Learn More

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