2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin

2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin
2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin
2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin
2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin
2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin
2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin

2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin

A Royal Canadian Mint Masters Club Exclusive! Beautifully presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded clamshell, your encapsulated coin comes packaged in a graphic beauty box with certificate of authenticity.

Low Mintage Only 2,500 Worldwide. Following the success of our. Better known as the toonie.

To mark the occasion, we begin this retrospective series with a reproduction of the 2006 anniversary tribute to the. Polar bear mascot since 1996. The design has been renewed. Upgraded on this collectible, which combines 99.99% pure silver and selective gold plating to capture the look of our famous bi-metallic coin. Coin #1 in a new, exclusive series designed for our most loyal customers.

To mark the occasion, your coin's reverse features a 2006 variation of the Arctic-themed design that debuted in 1996. Coin #1 in a new annual series!

In the same spirit as the. Version of the original, and nearly twice its size too!

This series was specifically designed for Masters Club, and this exclusive coin is only available to its members. It is a celebration of your hobby, your passion, and it's our way of saying "thank you" for being one of our most loyal collectors. The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Both were designed by Tony Bianco, but the first one resembled the original design introduced in 1996, while this version featured an updated pose and the aurora borealis.

How did our polar bear get its name? In 2006, we held a Name Our Polar Bear Contest. Churchill was the first-place winner with 34% of the 166,635 votes cast and it's a fitting name: it's a reference to the northern Manitoba community that is famous for polar bear watching. The runners-up in our naming contest were Wilbert (26%) and Plouf (15%). 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.


2021 2 oz. Renewed Silver Toonie 25th Anniversary of the $2 Circulation Coin