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The winning designs - all shown together. Individual detailed explanations follow
On the Reverse of the 10 Cents Circulation coin, is seen an air-borne maple leaf that forms the wings and tail of a dove. On the upper periphery is the country name “CANADA”. The years of celebration are mentioned below the country name “1867-2017”. On the bottom periphery is mentioned the denomination of the coin “10 CENTS”. Choi’s initials “AC” appear on the side of the image.
On the Reverse of the 25 Cents Circulation coin, is seen a turtle, bird and beaver, all decorated with aboriginal patterns, reaching for a plant growing out of a pair of hands.
On the Reverse of the eleven-sided One Dollar Circulation coin, is seen major landmarks like Lion’s Gate Bridge, a Prairie Grain Elevator, the CN Tower, Quebec City’s Majestic Chateau Frontenac Hotel, a Steam engine and a Diesel Engine driven train, a steamer plying in the waters and an East Coast Lighthouse.
On the Reverse of the Two Dollars Circulation coin, are seen the Northern Light two paddlers dwarfed by a night sky that is alive with the ever-shifting movement of the Aurora Borealis. The paddlers pause and gaze awe-struck in wonder of the mesmerizing scene unfolding above them.
The Obverses of all the five coins