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The Canadian two-dollar coin, commonly called the toonie, is the most valuable of the frequently used Canadian coins. "Toonie" is a portmanteau word combining the number "two" with the name of the loonie, Canada's one-dollar coin.
In 2012 Canada's two-dollar got a radical design change, new allow and the addition of visible security features such as laser mark micro-engraving, as well as a virtual image and edge-lettering.
Fourth portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, when she was 77 years old, facing right and surrounded by the inscription. Date below.
ELIZABETH II D.G. REGINA
A polar bear in early summer on an ice floe is surrounded by the facial value and the inscription CANADA. Two laser marks of maple leaves, each within a circle, at the bottom. A virtual image of two maple leaves appears at the top. A different image is produced as the coin is turned from side to side. The virtual image is produced by engraving different patterns on each side of two-sided grooves on the face of the coin.
Segmented reeding and incuse lettering. The edge lettering is stamped into each coin by a separate press, so there is no way to control which side faces up as each coin enters the press. As a result, there are two varieties of each coin:
CANADA 2 DOLLARS
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