|In personal collections
|three-ply nickel finish plated steel
Thanks to Major General Sir Isaac Brock (1769-1812), Canada was able to develop as a transcontinental nation due to his successful defence of Upper Canada in 1812. Brock's initiative and bravery immediately made him a hero and was one of the most well-known Canadian military figures of the War of 1812. His actions earned him a knighthood in the Order of Bath and many posthumous accolades, including the formal title "The Hero of Upper Canada."
|Major-General Sir Isaac Brock against an intricately engraved background comprised of the words "The War of 1812" in both English and French.
Also featured in the design is the painted Government of Canada War of 1812 logo: it is composed of stylistic 1812 typography.
|Her majesty the Queen Elizabeth II facing right over the date
|Nickel plated Steel
|Canada - Royal Canadian Mint
|Bonnie Ross (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)
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