Never before has the Mint issued a coin with a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as a young
child, and our first coin to do so is also our first coin ever to feature a repoussé-inspired technique.
Princess Elizabeth’s portrait is robust, its relief rising over 5mm from the surface of the coin. It’s the first
of three coins in this incomparable subscription celebrating Canada’s beloved monarch—an esteemed
royal who is respected throughout the world for her legacy of duty, devotion and forward-thinking
Item Number: 165838
Composition: 99.99 % fine silver
Weight (g): 34.1
Diameter (mm): 36.07
Face Value: $25
Artist: Bonnie Ross
Packaging: Standard maroon
clamshell with black
- With its numerous “firsts,” this coin will be eagerly sought after by royalty watchers, history enthusiasts, art connoisseurs, and collectors who appreciate uncommon keepsakes with exceptional craftsmanship and a unique historical angle.
- The FIRST coin issued by the Mint featuring The Queen as a young child—a highly collectible keepsake and the showpiece of this historic subscription celebrating The Queen’s life from princess, to young queen, to royal matriarch.
- Subscription case features an insert with easel, to proudly display all three coins. An elegant outer box finishes this extraordinary subscription.
- The Mint’s FIRST coin to be struck using a repoussé inspired technique.
The reverse portrait design by Canadian artist Bonnie Ross depicts Princess Elizabeth at a young age.
The princess is portrayed with a three-quarter view instead of the traditional side profile, and is flanked
by two rows of maple leaves.