Brand New - Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell with black beauty box and certificate of authenticity. Low Mintage Just 3,000 Worldwide. A historic steamship appears on both sides of your coin. Was built in 1907 in Govan, Scotland, in the same Edwardian-era tradition-and with a similar focus on luxury, comfort, and class-as the famous ocean liner. Entered service in 1908 as part of CPR's Upper Great Lakes fleet.And for more than 50 seasons, her lake route was the two-and-a-half-day run from her home port of Port McNicoll, Ont. To another key CPR terminal, Port Arthur/Fort William (now Thunder Bay), Ont. She was eventually retired on November 28, 1965. The last Edwardian steamer delivered tens of thousands of immigrants, moved troops in both World Wars and introduced tourism to the Canadian North and West.
Her design has been praised by Frank Lloyd Wright, immortalized in movies and TV shows, and she still attracts media attention today. Restored to full glory, she is an indisputable Canadian treasure and continues to serve as a living history experience in Port McNicoll, Ont. In 2011, the Friends of.
Pure silver coin celebrates the "Kee", a historical Georgian Bay steamship. The obverse shows the reverse design-and SS. From a different perspective: the reverse shows the bow while the obverse is a view of the stern. An elegant tribute to SS.
A historic CPR passenger steamship that plied the waters of Georgian Bay and Lake Superior between 1908 and 1965. From the escutcheon (stern) to the raised anchor, this design features a wealth of fine details that may only reveal themselves with repeat viewings. Classic denticles form a frame around the portrait of. On both sides and around the effigy on the obverse. There's also a sense of movement: by overlapping the frame.
Appears to be steaming into the coin on the obverse and out through the reverse. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. 99.99% PURE SILVER COIN. The reverse design features a starboard bow view of SS.
In service in the Canadian Pacific Railway Upper Lake fleet between 1908 and 1965. The obverse features the framed effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt beneath the port stern view of. As she plies the waters between Port McNicoll, Ont. And Port Arthur/Fort William (present-day Thunder Bay), Ont.
Were too long to pass through the Welland Canal. Before being towed through the locks and reassembled in Buffalo, N. The not-for-profit group is largely comprised of dedicated volunteers who are committed to restoring and preserving the passenger liner. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: Canada\Commemorative". The seller is "canadacoinchest" and is located in this country: CA.This item can be shipped worldwide.