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Two Canadian 25-cent coins struck in 1.000 nickel and one Canadian Dollar coin struck in .915 nickel and .085 bronze. The complete set of two 25-cent coins struck in 2009 to commemorate the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada, in 2010, plus the unique 2008 “Lucky” Loonie Dollar coin issued to celebrate the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. The coin set is displayed in a custom card wallet with information about the coins and the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, as well as a Certificate of Authenticity. The coins were issued for circulation, but these three coins are in original Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The reverse of each 25-cent coin depicts a different Winter Olympic Games sport: speed skating and cross-country skiing. Each design also includes a stylized maple leaf, Canada’s national symbol. These coins were the third and final set in a series of commemorative 25-cent coins issued in 2007, 2008, and 2009 for Vancouver 2010. The 2008 “Lucky” Loonie Dollar features a loon bird and the Canadian Olympic team’s logo. The obverse of each coin shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, plus the symbol of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games and the five interlocking Olympic rings. The obverse design is unique to the Vancouver 2010 series. This is a great opportunity to acquire the complete set of 2009 coins. These coins are already out of issue, making them hard to find – especially in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Canada’s circulating commemorative 25-cent coins are tremendously popular, and this set is destined to be one of the most sought-after in Canadian history. The matching 2007 and 2008 25-cent coin sets are also available for a complete collection.
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