Qe Ii 1984 Tour
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In October of 1957 Queen Elizabeth II visited Canada for the first time, officially opening the flat session of the 23rd Parliament. Her four days in Ottawa left her with an impression that endures to this day, that Canada is a "wonderful and exhilarating country." Over the next 60-plus years of her reign, the Queen has returned to Canada for many notable occasions. Now, honour her most celebrated royal tours in the Queen Elizabeth II Royal Canadian Tours Coin Collection, a first-of-a-kind presentation exclusively from The Bradford Exchange. This commemorative collection of genuine legal tender, ONE CROWN coins begins with Issue One, 1957 Royal Canadian Tour. Next in he collection is Issue Two, 1959 Royal Canadian Tour. The collection will continue with Issue Three and five additional Queen Elizabeth II one Crown coins, each coin a separate issue, to complete your collection. Each coin is sold separately.
Each of the coins in this collection is issued by Tristan du Cuhna, approved by Buckingham Palace and presented in Brilliant Uncirculated Condition. Each coin is plated with 24K gold and custom printed with a full-colour historical image of Queen Elizabeth II along with her ERII cypher on the reverse, and Her Majesty's portrait appears on the obverse. Plus, this collection of 24K gold plated coins arrives with a handsome wooden Deluxe Display Box, perfect for showing off the stunning collection.
Display box measures 18.4 cm L; coins measure 3.8 cm in diameter
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