Repatriation of the Canadian Constitution - The page turning in a book that shows Canada's iconic maple leaf on one page and its coat of arms on the other
The 1982 $100 Repatriation of the Canadian Constitution 22kt Gold Coin holds immense historical significance in Canada. It commemorates a pivotal moment in the country's history when the Canadian Constitution was officially repatriated, marking a significant step towards Canada's sovereignty and self-governance.
Crafted from 22kt gold, this coin showcases intricate design and fine craftsmanship. The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, symbolizing the constitutional monarchy of Canada. The reverse side depicts various iconic Canadian symbols, such as the maple leaf and the coat of arms.
With its $100 denomination and 22kt gold composition, this coin holds both intrinsic and numismatic value. Its limited mintage and historical significance make it a prized possession for collectors, history enthusiasts, and investors alike.
Owning this coin allows you to own a tangible piece of Canadian history and celebrate the momentous occasion of the repatriation of the Canadian Constitution. It serves as a reminder of Canada's journey towards self-governance and the country's enduring commitment to democratic principles.
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Royal Canadian Mint
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