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A Royal Celebration Two-Coin Set - Mintage: 6,500 (2021)

A Royal Celebration Two-Coin Set - Mintage: 6,500 (2021)

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United in celebration: Introducing a two-coin set from the Royal Canadian Mint and The Royal Mint

United in celebration: Introducing a two-coin set from the Royal Canadian Mint and The Royal Mint

In honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's 95th birthday, the Royal Canadian Mint and The Royal Mint are pleased to present this two-coin set that celebrates our shared sovereign. Her Majesty is our first reigning monarch to reach a 95th birthday—a personal milestone that is cause for celebration in 2021. Beautifully rendered and presented side by side, these 1 oz. silver coins form a lovingly crafted, two-nation tribute to Her Majesty on this momentous occasion.

Mark a special moment in time with this two-coin set from the Royal Canadian Mint and The Royal Mint. Order today!

Special features:
  • NOT SOLD SEPARATELY! These coins are available in this set only.
  • A ROYAL CELEBRATION! Celebrate Her Majesty's 95th birthday with this two-coin set from The Royal Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint. Her Majesty is the first reigning monarch in our shared history to reach a 95th birthday.
  • ONE COIN FROM EACH MINT! This set gives you two 1 oz. silver coins: one from the Royal Canadian Mint and one from The Royal Mint. Both coins feature a proof finish.
  • SPECIAL PACKAGING! Your two-coin set comes packaged in a black beauty box that bears the logos of both mints. Inside, you'll find a certificate of authenticity for each coin (two in all) anda serialized card with a message from both mints.
  • MULTI-EFFIGY OBVERSE! The 1 oz. coin from the Royal Canadian Mint features all four effigies that have appeared on Canadian coins since 1953, the year of Her Majesty's coronation.
  • A RICHLY SYMBOLIC DESIGN! The 1 oz. coin from The Royal Mint features Her Majesty's own words as the inscription and a floral design representing the British nations.
  • LIMITED MINTAGE! Only 6,500 sets are available to collectors worldwide.
  • NO GST/HST

Coin specifications:

2021 $20 Fine Silver Coin - The Queen Elizabeth II Equestrian Monument

2021 £2 Silver Proof Coin - The 95th Birthday of Her Majesty The Queen

Denomination: $20 CAD

Denomination: £2 GBP

Finish: Proof

Finish: Proof

Composition: 99.99% pure silver

Composition: 99.9% pure silver

Weight: 31.39 g

Weight: 31.21 g

Diameter: 38 mm

Diameter: 38.61 mm

Edge: Serrated

Edge: Milled

Country of Issue: Canada

Country of Issue: United Kingdom

Mint: Royal Canadian Mint

Mint: The Royal Mint 


Obverse Designers: The 2003-present effigy by Susanna Blunt; the 1990-2002 effigy by Dora de Pédery-Hunt; the 1965-1989 effigy by Arnold Machin; and the 1953-1964 effigy by Mary Gillick.

Obverse Designer: Jody Clark

Reverse Designers: Royal Canadian Mint Engravers/Jack Harman

Reverse Designer: Timothy Noad

Coin designs:

The reverse design features The Queen Elizabeth II Equestrian Monument by sculptor Jack Harman  (1927-2001). It depicts Her Majesty riding astride her horse, Centenial. The statue was unveiled by Her Majesty on July 1, 1992 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada.
The obverse features ornamental flourishes and the four effigies of Her Majesty that have appeared on Canadian coins since 1953 (clockwise from the top): the effigy by Susanna Blunt (2003-present); the 1990-2002 effigy by Dora de Pédery-Hunt; the 1965-1989 effigy by Arnold Machin; and the 1953-1964 effigy by Mary Gillick.

The reverse features a symbolic design by British heraldic artist, Timothy Noad. Behind the Royal Cypher, The Queen's royal heritage and symbols of the British nations are represented by a posy filled with thistles, daffodils, roses and shamrocks. The reverse also bears the inscription, "MY HEART AND MY DEVOTION", referencing a promise The Queen made in her 1957 Christmas speech and has kept ever since.

The obverse features the effigy portrait of Her Majesty The Queen by Jody Clark.

The Queen Elizabeth II Monument:
The world's first equestrian statue of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was created by Vancouver sculptor Jack Harman (1927-2001) and required a team of 10 sculptors to complete. Cast in bronze and set atop a granite base, the monument commemorates the 125th anniversary of Confederation (1992) and the 40th anniversary of Her Majesty's reign. It was unveiled on Parliament Hill on July 1, 1992, during Her Majesty's visit, but the 10-year rehabilitation of the Centre Block building on Parliament Hill necessitated a temporary relocation in 2019. The monument is now located in front of the main gate of Rideau Hall, the official Canadian residence of Her Majesty and her representative, the Governor General of Canada. 

Packaging:
Your two coins are individually encapsulated and presented in a custom black clamshell, with a black beauty box bearing the logos of the Royal Canadian Mint and The Royal Mint. 

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Specifications

  • No.200060

2021 $20 Fine Silver Coin - The Queen Elizabeth II Equestrian Monument

  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 31.39
  • Diameter (mm) 38
  • Edgeserrated
  • Artistreverse designers: Royal Canadian Mint Engravers/Jack Harman, obverse designers: The 2003-present effigy by Susanna Blunt; the 1990-2002 effigy by Dora de Pédery-Hunt; the 1965-1989 effigy by Arnold Machin; and the 1953-1964 effigy by Mary Gillick.

2021 £2 Silver Proof Coin - The 95th Birthday of Her Majesty The Queen

  • Composition99.9% pure silver
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 31.21
  • Diameter (mm) 38.61
  • Edgemilled
  • Artistreverse designer: Timothy Noad, obverse designer: Jody Clark

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