2020 Canada 5 Cent Bronze Canada Home Front: The Victory Nickel

2020 Canada 5 Cent Bronze Canada Home Front: The Victory Nickel

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This prehistoric exclusive introduces three special-themed 25 cent coins that celebrate Canada’s prehistoric past. These coins are only available in this set.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 54.09 grams of bronze.
  • Coin comes encapsulated inside a min-issued clamshell box with certificate of authenticity.
  • Mintage of 8,000 coins.
  • Obverse: Features the historical effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget.
  • Reverse: Re-creates the celebrated Victory design by Thomas Shingles that appeared on Canada’s five-cent coins between 1943 and 1945. A flaming torch represents the sacrifices made by Canadians at home and on the battlefields during the Second World War. Behind it, a big “V” has dual meaning: it alludes to Sir Winston Churchill’s famous “V for Victory” sign, and is also the Roman numeral that represents the denomination (5). On either side of the V are maple leaves, while traditional denticles are replaced by a bilingual version of the original message, “WE WIN WHEN WE WORK WILLINGLY LA BONNE VOLONTÉ EST GAGE DE VICTOIRE”, in Morse code.

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Canada, 1943. With the disastrous Dieppe Raid still fresh in their minds, Canadians began the year with tragic news from the Battle of the Atlantic and ended it with successes in Sicily. The end of the war was still two years away. But 1943 brought a hopeful shift that was fueled in part by Canada’s effort on the home front, where our sacrifices and resolve were represented by a coded message on a new 5-cent coin: We Win When We Work Willingly.

Enhanced with special finishes, this bronze coin re-creates a historic design that is a favorite of collectors and historians. The reverse is a three-part tribute: to Canada’s nickel-less 1943 Victory nickel; to its creator, Thomas Shingles; and to the Canadians on the home front, where civilian contributions were crucial to the war effort and, ultimately, the Allied victory.

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