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|General Description||Royal Canadian Mint Commemorates 65th Anniversary of the End of Second World War with 25-Cent Circulation Coin Featuring Two Striking Red Poppies
The 2010 25-cent poppy coin marks the third coloured poppy circulation coin to be produced by the Mint and distributed in Canada, following the introduction of the 2004 and 2008 red poppy coins.
|Obv. Description||A canadian soldier standing remembrance guard within a maple leaf flanked by two red poppies.
As Canada prepares for nation-wide Remembrance Day ceremonies on the 65th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, the Royal Canadian Mint, in association with the Royal Canadian Legion, is proud to issue its latest coloured circulation coin, featuring a duo of iconic red poppies; Canada's flower of remembrance.
For all Canadians, the poppy is a poignant symbol of remembrance. By remembering the sacrifices they've made, we’re really saying "Thank you." This Remembrance Day, honour every veteran and current Canadian Forces member by treasuring the Royal Canadian Mint’s new commemorative 25-cent Poppy circulation coin.
|Rev. Description||Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II facing right|
|Material||Nickel plated Steel|
|Mint||Canada - Royal Canadian Mint|
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