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2012 Canada $20 The Queen's Diamond Jubilee with Crystal Fine Silver

2012 Canada $20 The Queen's Diamond Jubilee with Crystal Fine Silver

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2012 Canada $20 The Queen's Diamond Jubilee with Crystal (1952-2012) Fine Silver Coin.

On February 6, 1952, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the thrones of England and the six Commonwealth realms that recognized her as their head of state at that time, including Canada. As millions around the world watched her coronation in Westminster Abbey - the first televised British coronation - they could not know that they were witnessing the inauguration of a reign that would last well into the next millennium.

Today, Queen Elizabeth II is the reigning monarch of England and sixteen Commonwealth realms. She is also Head of the fifty-four-member Commonwealth of Nations.

The year 2012 marks the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II - a celebration around the world of the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty's succession to the throne.

Celebrations in Canada, as around the world, acknowledge Queen Elizabeth II's lifetime dedication and service to her subjects, to the Commonwealth, and to innumerable charitable causes.

Specifications:
Item Number: 114565
Face Value: 20 dollars
Mintage: 15,000
Composition: 99.99% pure Silver
Weight (g): 31.39
Diameter (mm): 38
Edge: Serrated
Finish: Proof
Certificate: Serialized
Artist: Laurie McGaw

Special Features:
Pure silver coin embedded with a Swarovski element.
Double-effigy coin (reverse and obverse).
Officially approved by Buckingham Palace (Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II).

Packaging:
Coin is encapsulated and presented in a maroon clamshell case lined with flock and protected by a customized sleeve.

Please note: This product is no longer tax exempt due to modifications to the coin, including (but not limited to):
• Embellishments such as sculptures or moving parts
• Crystals, gemstones or diamonds embedded into the coin
• Sculptures and/or other moving parts
Please see The Royal Canadian Mint's FAQ for more details.
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