Quebec artist Geneviève Bertrand won a design competition to create a new reverse of the two-dollar circulation coin commemorating the 400th anniversary of Quebec City. The date 1608 appeared on the left side of the outer ring, while 2008 appeared on the right of the ring on this commemorative coin's reverse side. Only six million of these special coins circulated, in addition to more than 17 million 2008 Toonies produced with the traditional Polar Bear design. Google Search
Coolest Canadian coins | Terry Fox Loonie. Keep an eye out for this Canadian hero. Today the Mint honours Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope by releasing specialized $1 coins with his running figure gracing its face. (Source: The Royal Canadian Mint)
Rare Canadian penny comes to auction. What could it be worth? Apparently a lot but this is one cent you are not going to find just anywhere and you're going to need a lot of cash to buy it. #coins #canada
Calgary, Alberta – July 19, 2012 - The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to issue Canada’s latest commemorative circulation coin, the 2012 Lucky Loonie. The coin, which was unveiled today at Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, will serve as a good luck charm for Canadian athletes competing in London at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
1914 D Lincoln Wheat Small One Cent 1c Penny Coin - Denver - Key Date