Everything below was copied from https://www.mint.ca a few months ago.
This set is now OUT OF STOCK at the CA mint-- they are now selling a 2022 version for $129.95 Canadian. When they were selling this set, it was $100 Canadian.
The only piece that is silver in this set is the silver dollar coin in the middle, and it is 23.17 grams of silver (3/4 of an ounce).
This year's seven-piece Special Edition Silver Dollar set features a brilliant uncirculated version of the 2021 Bluenose Proof Dollar, and it's only available as part of the set. A traditional BU (brilliant uncirculated) finish is a classical approach to the legendary schooner and the effigy of King George V. This effigy appeared on all Canadian coins issued in 1921, the year Bluenose was launched and captured the International Fishermen's Trophy.
Bluenose centennial anniversary extends to the set's 10-cent coin, which is double dated and features the effigy of King George VI—just like the first Bluenose dime issued in 1937. Order today!
Designed by Canadian marine artist Yves Bérubé, your BU dollar's reverse travels back in time to see naval architect William James Roué (1879-1970) completing his design for the legendary Bluenose schooner. The first-person perspective is flat frosted to distinguish between Roué's vision and the inspiring sight of a traditional, brilliant uncirculated Bluenose under full sail. As an added tribute, W.J. Roué’s signature is included, as it appeared on the original Bluenose sail plan. The obverse features the effigy of King George V by Sir E. B. MacKennal.
"It doesn't matter which part of Canada you were from, Bluenose represented us all — and still does. I can't imagine a Canada without Bluenose. I spent a good part of my life at sea, and so did my family. For me, Bluenose is more than just a ship; Bluenose is a proud, beautiful symbol of history and tradition on the East Coast, where it represents every sailor, fisherman and shipbuilder."
Yves Bérubé: Artist
'Bluenose' is an official mark adopted and used by the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage pursuant to the Trademarks Act (Canada). It is used by the Royal Canadian Mint with the Department's permission.
William James Roué Signature © jeroué. Used with permission. Blueprints of 1921 BLUENOSE © jeroué. Used with permission.
No I won't ship. You will need to pick up from my warehouse (Handgun Haven, 2140 South 3600 West, West Valley City, Utah 84119). All of this is from my personal collection. Cash only.
My cell phone is: 385-335-4701. Text only (my phone is programmed to ignore calls from people who are not in my address book).
Or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or drop in to Handgun Haven and ask for Nevin. Handgun Haven is open noon to 6:00 PM, six days a week.