The 1985 Canada National Parks Dollar is a silver proof coin. It features a portrait of the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. She wears a tiara and is depicted in a landscape setting with a moose in a lake. The coin’s design features inscriptions such as the nation’s name, the name of the queen, and the phrase D.G. REGINA, which stands for Dei Gratia Regina.
This coin is the 100th anniversary of the National Parks of Canada. It features beautiful image details and unique inscriptions, which makes it an excellent choice for any coin collection. The 1985 Canada National Parks dollar is especially popular as it contains 0.3750 Troy ounces of pure silver. It ships in a protective plastic capsule and contains a face value of $1. The reverse of the coin shows the famous Moose in a pond.
The reverse of the coin features a beautifully detailed image of a moose against a background of wilderness. The coin is backed by the Canadian government. It comes in a protective plastic capsule that is suitable for storing and displaying. A coin collector’s box is included with the package. It also contains a certificate of authenticity from the OFCC. This coin is a great gift for anyone who loves nature and the National Parks.