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West Edmonton Coin & Stamp







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Strong, wise and hopeful, Canada embodies the ideals and aspirations of a nation that has proudly come into its own since its creation in 1867. Through the symbolic female figure featured on the reverse, this proof silver dollar presents a powerful personification of Canada—of its history, its people and its spirit. The image of Canada is the visual embodiment of a nation that is today celebrating its 150-year journey, while looking ahead to the future.


SRP: $234.95
Item: 157076
Mintage: 20,000
Finish: Proof
Packaging: Genuine leather book-style packaging

Face Value: Proof dollar
Composition: 99.99% pure silver with selective gold plating
Weight (g): 23.17
Diameter (mm): 36.07
Edge: Reeded

Face Value: 2 dollars
Composition: 99.99% pure silver with gold-plated inner core
Weight (g): 9.0
Diameter (mm): 28.0
Edge: Interrupted serrations

Face Value: 1 dollar
Composition: 99.99% pure silver, gold plated
Weight (g): 7.9
Diameter (mm): 11-sided 26.50
Edge: Plain

Face Value: 50 cents
Composition: 99.99% pure silver
Weight (g):9.25
Diameter (mm): 27.13
Edge: Reeded

Face Value: 25 cents
Composition: 99.99% pure silver
Weight (g): 6.0
Diameter (mm):23.88
Edge: Reeded

Face Value: 10 cents
Composition:99.99% pure silver
Weight (g): 2.45
Diameter (mm): 18.05
Edge: Reeded

Face Value: 5 cents
Composition:99.99% pure silver
Weight (g): 5.40
Diameter (mm): 21.20
Edge: Plain


  • Absolutely stunning in selective gold plating! Your proof coin is the highest quality possible. Finished with world-class frosting, the image is struck against a brilliant field as many as three times to achieve a crisp impression with outstanding detail. Special dies are hand polished and frequently replaced to maintain absolute perfection, while selective gold plating enhances the coin’s focal point, Canada, by adding definition to the detailed frosting.
  • A rarity in 2017! Canada’s “classic” circulation coin designs will not be placed in circulation during this milestone year—the Fine Silver Proof Set is a limited opportunity to own these classic coins in 2017! Each set includes:

              o Proof dollar struck in 99.99% pure silver with selective gold plating
              o 2-dollar (toonie) coin struck in 99.99% pure silver with selective gold plating
              o 1-dollar (loonie) coin struck in 99.99% pure silver with selective gold plating
              o 50-cent, 25-cent, 10-cent and 5-cent coins, all struck in 99.99% pure silver

  • Beautifully presented in a genuine leather book-style that offers an elegant way to proudly showcase your coin.
  • Crafted in 99.99% pure silver, your coin is GST/HST exempt!

The reverse design by Canadian artist Rebecca Yanovskaya features a contemporary take on a classic female allegory that personifies Canada on its 150th anniversary. Every element in this complex design represents a different political, historic, geographic and social aspect—it represents our story as a nation, all conveyed by the intricate engraving and careful use of multiple finishes.

In the foreground, Canada rises up strong, majestic and bold; she bears a youthful appearance, given Canada’s status as a relatively young nation. Canada is the picture of grace and a vision of strength in her protective armour; and yet, she carries no weapon—a symbolic nod to Canada’s historic peacekeeping role, and our efforts to bring peace throughout the world. Her brow is wreathed with a glorious garland of poppies, much as the lyrics to O Canada affirm in French. Facing out as though looking to the future, Canada’s gaze is calm and steady while her arms are open wide, ready to embrace what challenges and triumphs lie ahead. In one hand is a symbolic representation of the British North America Act, which represents the birth of the Dominion of Canada 150 years ago; in the other hand is a single feather that pays tribute to those who helped forge our nation’s path: the First Nations peoples and the Fathers of Confederation. A fur cape is a further reminder of First Nations traditions, as well as the importance of the fur trade in Canada’s early history.

Thirteen rays of light—one for each province and territory—shine down upon Canada, while the waves at her feet represent the oceans that surround us. The Canadian banners link air, land and sea while in the background, Mount Logan (Canada’s tallest peak) represents the diversity of the land, and alludes to the ability of Canadians to “rise” to the challenges we face—yesterday, today and tomorrow.

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