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Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book


Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book
Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book
Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book
Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book
Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book
Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book

Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book   Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book

All these Coins are in UNI-SAFE coins folder. Condition of almost all the coins is Uncirculated with some coins as Almost Uncirculated. Please use Scan as your guide.

Here's list of all coins that you'll receive. 1968,1969,1970,1971,1972,1973,1974,1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,1980,1981. 1982 (Semi Key), 1982 Constitution, 1983,1984 (Semi Key). 1984 Jacques Cartier Commemorative, 1985,1986. 1987,1988,1989, 1990,1991 (Key) , 1992 Regular Loonie (Semi Key) , 1992 Parliament Loonie, 1993,1994 Regular or War Memorial Loonie, 1995 Regular or Peace Keeping Loonie.

1996, 2002, 2003 (Key), 2004 Regular Loonie, 2004 Lucky Loonie, 2005 Regular Loonie, 2005 Terry Fox Loonie, 2006 Regular Loonie, 2006 Lucky Loonie, 2007, 2008 Regular or 2008 Lucky Loonie, 2009 Regular or Montreal Loonie. 2010 Regular or Lucky Loonie, 2011 Regular Loonie and 2012 Security Loonie or Lucky Loonie or Grey Cup, 2013 Loonie, 2014 Regular or Lucky Loonie, 2015 Loonie. Here is a list some commemorative coins. This dollar coin commemorates the entry of Manitoba (Province of Canada) into Confederation in 1870. Its design is based on the flower called. This dollar coin commemorates the entry of British Columbia (Province of Canada) into Confederation in 1871. Its design is based on the.

With a shield at the bottom and dogwood blossoms at the top. Prince Edward Island Centennial Dollar. This dollar coin commemorates the entry of Prince Edward Island P. (Province of Canada) into Confederation in 1873. Its design is based on Provincial Legislature Building.

This dollar coin commemorates the centenary of the city of Winnipeg (Capital of Manitoba, Province of Canada). Its design consists of a large'100'; in the first'0' of'100' is a view of Main street in 1874 and in the 2nd'0' is a view of same location 100 years later in 1974. This Coin depicts the War Memorial on its Reverse. War Memorial was built to commemorate the participation of Canada in WW I and then it was rededicated in 1982 to include the Veterans of WW II and Korean War.

This Coin commemorates Canada's Commitment to World Peace and the 50th Anniversary of the founding of United Nations. The design features the PeaceKeeping Monument in Ottawa, unveiled in 1992.

The peacekeeping monument is the only monument of its kind in the world. 2004, 2006 and 2008 Olympic Lucky Loonies. The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to issue this specially designed Lucky Loonie to celebrate a Canadian Olympic story and to wish all of our Canadian athletes the very best of luck in Olympic Games. Canadian hero, Terry Fox, lost his leg to cancer at the age of 18.

On April 12, 1980, Terry Fox set out to make his dream of a cancer-free tomorrow. On the 25th anniversary the Royal Canadian Mint issued a special one-dollar coin. While Terry is no longer with us, his legacy lives on in Terry Fox Runs held around the world every year. Collect the Terry Fox coin and help keep Terry's memory alive.


Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book   Complete Set of Canada Dollars Coins (1968-2015) 48 $1 Coins in UNI-SAFE Book