Suddenly the heiress presumptive at the age of 10, a young Princess Elizabeth accepted her destiny with grace, putting a lifelong sense of duty and a deep love of her country and the Commonwealth above all else. This fine silver set is a three-part, photo-inspired celebration of an extraordinary life and reign. Packaged in an informative presentation folder, each coin commemorates a different chapter in the life story of Queen Elizabeth II, from princess to long-reigning queen. And together as one set, these coins will forever preserve the legacy of the beloved Queen of Canada.
Packaged in an informative presentation folder filled with informative content and images. Your complete set includes a special biography booklet that tells Queen Elizabeth II's story. All three coins are crafted in 1 oz.Of 99.99% pure silver and feature a stunning proof finish. Only 7,500 sets are available to collectors worldwide. Includes a numbered certificate of authenticity. Your coins are individually encapsulated and packaged in a folder filled with informative content and images.
Our three-coin A Tribute to an Extraordinary Life series is a celebration of an extraordinary life. Each coin is inspired by a famous photograph and represents a different chapter in the life story of Queen Elizabeth II, from princess to long-reigning monarch. Marked by a small Tudor rose, the tribute obverse combines the four different effigies that have graced Canadian coins since Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953. This homage obverse is only featured on the numismatic coin in the Queen Elizabeth II's Reign. The reverse design is based on a 1929 photograph of Queen Elizabeth II, then a young Princess Elizabeth, with her father, the future King George VI.Coin #2 - Princess in the Military. The reverse design by Canadian artist Neil Hamelin features Princess Elizabeth during the Second World War as she joined the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service. Coin #3 - Royal Visit. The reverse design is based on a photograph of Queen Elizabeth II in Halifax, N.
During the Canadian Navy Centennial celebration held on June 29, 2010. On sales of all items within Canada, regardless of exemption status.