Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee - Proof Set (2002)
A Regal Curtsey for the Queen Celebrating Elizabeth II on Her Golden Jubilee (1952-2002)
Princess Elizabeth was in Kenya when she learned of her father's death. It was February 6, 1952 and the young princess was now queen.
Princess Elizabeth easily adapted to her new role, having already spent much of her life in service to the Commonwealth. She was just 16 years old when she conducted her first solo public engagement and by the time the king's health began to deteriorate in 1951, Princess Elizabeth was a seasoned public figure, representing her father at numerous state occasions and managing a sizeable docket of official duties. One can be certain that King George VI found solace in the daughter that was about to take his place.
Indeed, 50 years into her reign, Queen Elizabeth II is one of the world's most popular monarchs. She is queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and is head of the Commonwealth which includes Canada and more than 40 other countries.
About this Proof Set:
This proof set of Canadian coinage features both the commemorative silver dollar and the aureate dollar depicting the common loon. The mintage has been limited to 100,000 sets worldwide.
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