Canadian Loonies/Toonies
These are my Canadian Loonies and Toonies. The Loonie has a face value of
$1 and the Toonie has a face value of $2. You can click on any picture to bring
up a larger size of the coin.
Loonies
Year: 1965
Denomination: $1
Mintage: 10,768,569
Composition: .800 silver, .200
copper
Artist: Arnold Machin, Walter Ott,
Thomas Shingles, & Emanuel Hahn
History: This is a 1965 Proof
Dollar coin. It has an Indian and a
voyageur paddling a canoe for the
Hudson's Bay Company on the front
and Queen Elizabeth II on the back.
Year: 1967
Denomination: $1
Mintage: 6,767,496
Composition: .800 silver, .200
copper
Artist: Arnold Machin, Walter Ott,
A
lex Colville, & Myron Cook
History: This is a 1967 Centennial
Dollar coin. It has a
Canada Goose
on the front
and Queen Elizabeth II
on the back.
This was part of the
wildlife circulation set that
commemorated Canada's Centennial.