06.04.2021 – 12:00
Royal Canadian Mint (RCM)
Ottawa, ON (ots / PRNewswire)
Canadian Canadians and well-wishers of the UK can celebrate the 95th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with special fine silver coins created by both the Royal Canadian Mint and the Royal Mint of the UK. In celebration of Canada on the personal anniversary of our common ruler, there is a pure silver coin, with elaborate carvings of the first horse statue of Queen Elizabeth, standing proudly in the Canadian state capital. The British counterpart showed royal symbolism and a rich selection of floral symbols from the United Kingdom. This unique collector’s item is now available.
“The Canadian Mint has an ancient tradition of honoring important moments in the historic reign of Queen Elizabeth II, and we take pride in celebrating her 95th birthday with a unique collector’s keeper,” Mary LeMay, President and CEO he said. “We are particularly excited to partner with the Royal Mint on this special project.”
Royal Mint CEO Anne Jessop commented, “HRH is great to work with the Royal Canadian Mint to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday. This joint set is a beautiful way for collectors to enjoy the event.” Designed and provides unique approach. ”
The Canadian entry in the two-coin “A Royal Celebration”, set for 2021, features stunning images weighing in at one side (31.1 grams) on either side of a silver coin. The reverse includes a revival of the equestrian monument of Queen Elizabeth II created by Canadian artist Jack Herman and unveiled in 1992 by Her Majesty on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. This majestic monument with the Queen’s horse, the Centennial, enters Redue Hall, currently the official residence of the Governor General of Canada. The Ovarian is a numerical showpiece, with fine carvings of all four of Queen Elizabeth’s paintings that appeared on Canadian coins during her reign.
The Royal Mint commissioned British heraldic artist Timothy Noad to design a fine silver coin. The reverse, from 1926 to 2021, depicts the imperial initials, the floral emblem of the nations of the United Kingdom, as well as the first “My heart and my spirit” inscription “My heart and my devotion”. In 1957, a Christmas message was given by the Queen. Her majesty, created by royal mint designer Jodie Clarke, portrays the Queen’s portrait. The portrait was unveiled in September 2015 to mark the fact that Queen Elizabeth became Britain’s longest serving emperor.
A set of two coins limited to an edition of 6,500 pieces, both packaged in a black beauty box with the mints logo. The packaging contains a certificate of authenticity for each coin and a number card with a message from both mints.
This special collector’s item is available to order from the Royal Canadian Mint starting today. Call on
The coin set is also available through the authorized dealer network of the Royal Canadian Mint.
You can find pictures of this coin Here.
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