Product Overview
This comprehensive Royal Legacy collection starts with three silver dollars marking Queen Elizabeth's accession to the throne, her coronation, and her silver jubilee. Twenty-dollar banknotes are also included marking the first series of notes issued with Queen Elizabeth's portrait, and the year she become the longest-reigning British monarch. One of the highlights of this collection is the 2002 prestige proof set, commemorating the golden jubilee. The collection also includes an original 1953 bronze coronation medallion issued by the Royal Canadian Mint and a nine-piece historic postage stamp collection.

1952 Silver Dollar in a Custom Case     
The reverse of this commemorative coin depicts the classic voyageur design. Though the obverse features King George VI, 1952 marks the momentous year when Queen Elizabeth II acceded to the throne.

1953 Silver Dollar in a Custom Case
The reverse of this commemorative coin depicts the classic voyageur design, and the obverse features Queen Elizabeth II. 1953 marks the Queen's coronation. 

1952–1977 Cased Proof Silver Dollar  
This cased proof silver dollar marks Queen Elizabeth's silver jubilee (25th anniversary of her accession to the throne). The reverse of this commemorative coin depicts the throne of the Senate of Canada, which is used by the Queen or the Governor General for ceremonial occasions. The obverse was specifically designed for this coin and bears a special legend and the dates "1952–1977."

1954 $20 Banknote - Landscape Series
A photograph of the Queen from renowned photographer Yousuf Karsh was used for the 1954 Canadian Landscape series of banknotes. This marked the first series issued after the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
• Front design: Queen Elizabeth II
• Back design: Laurentians in winter

2015 $20 Banknote - Longest-Reigning British Monarch
In the history of Canada, there have only been three commemorative banknotes ever issued. The first was the 1935 $25 bill issued to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the reign of King George V. The second was 32 years later, with the centennial one-dollar note. And 48 years after that, the Bank of Canada released a commemorative issue $20 note on September 9, 2015, the day on which Queen Elizabeth II's reign exceeded that of her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, making her the longest-reigning sovereign in the nearly 1,000-year-long history of the British monarchy. The commemorative note features the regular modern image of Queen Elizabeth on the left, but includes a classic vintage image of Queen Elizabeth in the clear window on the right.

This commemorative note features a large window containing new visual elements. The metallic portrait in the large window is based on a photograph of the Queen taken in July 1951 by renowned Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh. The metallic symbols include the Queen's monogram; "ER II" refers to Elizabeth II and "R" is for regina, meaning "queen" in Latin. The garland of maple leaves was inspired by the Queen's diamond jubilee emblem for Canada. The maple leaves in the emblem rising up in a wreath formation represent Canada's provinces and territories. Text that reads A historic reign/Un règne historique is repeated across the top, centre and bottom of the large window. 

The back design features the following elements:
• Two pylons of the Vimy memorial, representing the sacrifices of people from Canada and France
• Poppies: symbolizing remembrance and honoring Canada's military men and women
• Canadian flag: indicating that although the Vimy memorial is not in Canada, it is actually on Canadian soil, granted by the Government of France to the people of Canada for all time

2002 Prestige Proof Set
In addition to the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar, loon-dollar and two-dollar coins, the highlight of the proof set is a second dollar coin which is a special commemorative. This silver coin marks Queen's Elizabeth's golden jubilee—the 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne. The nickel, dime, quarter and half-dollar are also struck in sterling silver. 

2013 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
The colour image features a detail from Canadian artist Phil Richards's 2012 official portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in celebration of Her Majesty's diamond jubilee.

1953 Coronation Medallion
This large-format bronze medallion is about the same size as the silver dollar in the proof set and was officially issued in 1953 by the Royal Canadian Mint as part of the celebration of Queen Elizabeth's coronation. The obverse features a crowned young effigy of the Queen while the reverse features Elizabeth's royal cypher together with "Coronata MCMLIII."

Historic Postage Stamp Collection
This nine-piece historic postage collection includes stamps of Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, King George V, King Edward VIII, King George VI with Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother), and four different stamps of Queen Elizabeth II.

• A Royal Legacy Collection

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This product comes with a 30-day warranty through TSC.
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