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  1. 1995 10th ANNUAL KIT YOUNG SHOW

    1995 10th ANNUAL KIT YOUNG SHOW

    $29.00

    In 1995, Kit Young was a well known and very successful collector card dealer who sponsored a collector show in Hawaii. As many national collectors and dealers used this opportunity to come to Hawaii, the Mint issued a special collector coin and gave one to each of the dealers who came to the show. NOT PREVIOUSLY OFFERED FOR SALE Learn More
  2. 1995 KUAPAPA MO'I 200TH ANNIVERARY SILVER DALA

    1995 KUAPAPA MO'I 200TH ANNIVERARY SILVER DALA

    $95.00

    Temporarily Out of Stock

    For every nation, there is a pivotal event that changes the course of its history. The defeat of the Spanish Armada was the beginning of the solidification of the British empire. The end of the Civil War was the watershed event that led to America's ascendancy to a global power. For the Hawaiian people, it was the unification of the islands by King Kamehameha I. In 1795, Kamehameha met the combined fleets of Oahu and Kauai in a showdown naval engagement in Lahaina Bay. The cannon of the Fair American devastated the enemy fleet in what became known as "The Battle of the Red-Mouthed Gun". In the Spring of 1795, he landed a force of 8,000 to 12,000 men in 800 Koa canoes that stretched from Waikiki Beach to what is now Pearl Harbor. The warriors of Oahu fought with the grim determination of men striving to save their hearths and homes from an invader, but Kamehameha's forces were irresistible. They pushed the army of Oahu to the head of the Nuuanu Valley, just behind present-day Honolulu. By force of arms, Kamehameha gathered the people of the islands into a single Kingdom. For this, he is remembered. He held the colonial powers of Europe at bay. For this, he is honored. He imported Western products and techniques to raise his people's standard of living. For this he is loved. His enlightened leadership transformed ancient traditions into a modern code of just laws. For this, he is called "The Great". His victory at Nuuana Pali in 1795 effectively marked the end of Kamehameha's 13 year struggle to unify the Hawaiian people. As wise in peace as he was ruthless in war, he increased the production of food and established a code of justice. He maintained a conservative respect for the old traditions, yet welcomed every civilized innovation that would advance the welfare of his people. His plan was to amass so much power that he would never have to use it. He succeeded. RE:MINTLINE MARCH, 1995 Learn More
  3. 1995 V-JAY DAY 50TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER PROOF

    1995 V-JAY DAY 50TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER PROOF

    $89.00

    World War II began for Americans at Pearl Harbor, with Japan's devastating attack. It ended in Japan, after atomic bombs destroyed two cities. Unconditional surrender — absolute victory. On V-J Day, the airwaves boomed out a single message that would save millions of lives, "Cease fire ... CEASE FIRE ... the war is over." And headlines across America blazoned, "VICTORY!" V-J Day triggered a massive celebration unlike any before, or since — a tremendous outpouring of joy that will never be forgotten. On September 2, 1945, Japan's unconditional surrender was signed the quarterdeck of the USS Missouri, anchored in Tokyo Bay. General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Allied Commander of the Pacific Theatre, voiced the official end of World War II 'to a worldwide radio audience. He then uttered the hope for lasting peace — that another such war would never be fought. "The utter destructiveness of war now blots out this alternative". The Royal Hawaiian Mint was honored to be authorized by the State of Hawaii to mint the official commemoratives for the end of World War II. Each silver coin contained one full ounce of .999 fine silver - exceeding the U.S. Mint specifications of their WWII commemoratives that had three quarters of an ounce of fine silver. OIP for the ounce 999 fine silver V-J Dala was $35.00. RE: MINTLINE AUGUST 1995 Learn More
  4. 1996  KING KAMEHAMEHA AKAHI SILVER DALA

    1996 KING KAMEHAMEHA AKAHI SILVER DALA

    $69.00

    The 1996 Kamehameha Silver Dala features his famous statue that is prominently displayed in front of Iolani Palace in downtown Honolulu. Kamehameha the Great is honored throughout Hawaii for uniting the Hawaiian Islands in 1795. He proved to be a wise and gifted ruler who became a true father to his people. Kamehameha exemplified the essence of Hawaii's greatness. Learn More
  5. 1996  KING KAMEHAMEHA SOVEREIGN SILVER WAIKIKI DALA

    1996 KING KAMEHAMEHA SOVEREIGN SILVER WAIKIKI DALA

    $59.00

    Temporarily Out of Stock

    The 1996 Kamehameha Waikiki Dala was featured as a Christmas Special “that even old Scrooge could find affordable. It was also the perfect way to commemorate your vacation in paradise or to mark some other special event of the past year. OIP for the one ounce .999 fine silver dala was only $15 each with gift bag and certificate. RE: MINTLINE NOVEMBER 1996 Learn More
  6. 1996 ALOHA FESTIVALS 50TH ANNIVERSARY BRONZE DALA

    1996 ALOHA FESTIVALS 50TH ANNIVERSARY BRONZE DALA

    $19.00

    For an affordable gift and a memento of Hawaii, the ONE DOLLAR Bronze Aloha Festival Commemorative Dala was an ideal choice. In the spirit of the Aloha Festival, the Mint made a truly remarkable Aloha Festival token for only ONE DOLLAR! It featured the same distinctive obverse and reverse designs as the more costly gold and silver proofs. The Official bronze commemorative festival dollar was a historic issue in its own right as numismaticly it is "fantasy money." Most commonly known as a "trade token" that year's Aloha Festival Dala was available at the face value of "ONE DOLLAR" and the legend states on the reverse states that it is: "REDEEMABLE - GOOD FOR ONE DOLLAR IN TRADE" with the Mint name and address. And indeed it was circulated and accepted by merchants throughout Hawaii as payment for their goods and services. And of course, the Mint also accepted the Festival Dala towards payment. OIP for the bronze Aloha Festival Dala was $12.00 for ten US dollars. RE: MINTLINE SEPTEMBER 1996 Learn More
  7. 1996 ALOHA FESTIVALS 50TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER DALA

    1996 ALOHA FESTIVALS 50TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER DALA

    $89.00

    Every September the islands of Hawaii blossom in a myriad of colorful and gala enchanting at the Aloha Festival that celebrate Hawaii’s unique native lore, music and culture that is the essence of Aloha. What began as a local celebration to boost the post-war tourist trade has evolved into a statewide pageant that continues unabated for six weeks with special events on each island. 1996 marked the 50th Anniversary of Aloha Festival and Royal Hawaiian Mint was Officially authorized to issue the special commemorative dala marking this milestone. Aloha Festival Money captured all the magic and emotion of this gala occasion and froze those “treasured memories” the theme for the 1996 that was engraved on the reverse die of the limited edition 1996 Aloha Festivals Commemorative Dala. OIP for one ounce silver Aloha Festival Dala was $39.00. RE: MINTLINE SEPTEMBER 1996 Learn More
  8. 1996 QUEEN LILIUOKALANI MAHALO DALA IN COPPER

    1996 QUEEN LILIUOKALANI MAHALO DALA IN COPPER

    $39.00

    On many occasions, the Mint produced items that were only available or used at the Mint. One such item was the 1996 Mahalo Dala with Queen Lilioukalani in golden bronze that was free with purchase or as the daily special. The obverse featured the Queen and was dated 1996. The reverse featured the Hawaiian Coat of Arms and ROYAL HAWAIIAN MINT and MAHALO DALA. Such an items normally retailed for $5.00 to $10 depending on subject matter and availability. Learn More
  9. 1997 H-3 TRANS KOOLAU TREK SILVER DALA

    1997 H-3 TRANS KOOLAU TREK SILVER DALA

    $89.00

    Hawaii’s greatest race began with a blessing, thunderous drums, chants, hula and a light shower from the Gods. The Great Trans Ko'olau Trek, held on Sunday, May 11, 1997 was billed as the largest foot race in history with over 100,000 runners expected. H-3, Hawaii's newest superhighway was constructed 160 feet above Oahu's Halawa and Haiku Valleys and the massive Ko'olau mountain range on windward Oahu. The USATF-certified course covered 10 miles of the virgin freeway and afforded spectacular mountain-to-Pacific Ocean views. Runners set off for 3.5 miles uphill on the island's lush windward side in Kaneohe, followed the roadway as it winds through the mountains, and through a mile-long tunnel. The course continues 5 miles downhill as runners cross a portion of metropolitan Honolulu before dashing across rolling hills to the finish inside Aloha Stadium beside historic Pearl Harbor. The obverse featured race title HEIHEI ‘O HALAWA ‘EKOLU, Hawaiian petrographs of runners and date. The reverse featured the title in English: GREAT TRANS KOOLAU TREK, the Koolau Mountains and H-3 logo. OIP of the one ounce 999 fine silver 39mm commemorative coin was $39.00. PRIVATE ISSUE - NOT PREVIUOSLY OFFERED FOR SALE Learn More
  10. 1997 KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL SR. CLASS SILVER COIN

    1997 KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL SR. CLASS SILVER COIN

    $69.00

    The Kamehameha Schools Graduating Class of 1997 liked the Class Coin of 1995 and commissioned the Mint to produce a 1997 Class Coin. Again after much discussion and many meeting with members of the Senior Class and their parents, the Mint finalized the plans for a 39mm one ounce .999 fine silver coin that was only available to members of the Class of 97. The Class representatives choose the Kamehameha statue that was featured on the 1987 KS/BE 100th anniversary commemorative for the obverse that featured IMUA, (FORWARD) the school motto, HAWAII and the 1997 date. The reverse featured one of the classic Hawaiian quilt designs for the central theme and the ledged: GRADUATING CLASS OF 1997, HONOLULU, HAWAII. The Class Coin was very popular and reserved for only members of the Graduating Class of 1995. PRIVATE ISSUE - NOT PREVIUOSLY OFFERED FOR SALE Learn More

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