What you need to know about the 13-coin challenge coins

The 13-Coin Challenge Coins are not just a way for collectors to have a fun time, they’re also a way to add a bit of excitement to a coin’s design and add value to its collector value.

The challenge coins are minted by the Chinese government, and they’re minted at a factory in China.

The coins were originally developed by the Canadian government to provide a way of collecting government bonds for Canada, according to the government.

The coins are a bit more than a challenge to collectors.

Each one of the 13 coins has a specific face value and an “I” on the reverse, according the National Bank of Canada.

A collector can find coins worth anywhere from $20 to $300.

There are also rarest coins available at mints in Japan, Vietnam and South Korea.

The 13 coins are the second of two designs the government is trying to sell to the public.

The first was created by the government in 2013 and is a version of the Chinese coin that features a head of a female deity, and a depiction of a maple leaf.

The face value is $25.

There is also a special version of this coin with a face value of $1.50.