Floral Emblems of Canada: Quebec Blue Flag Iris Canada 3$ 2020 99,99% Silver Coloured Coin 7,96 g

Price: 79,00 €
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Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000



While Iris versicolor can be found in marshes and along shorelines in central and eastern Canada, it has special meaning in the province of Quebec. This violet-blue wildflower is synonymous with wetlands, rivers and lakes in La belle province, where the provincial emblem blooms between late May and early July. Quebec was one of the first four Canadian provinces established by the British North America Act (Confederation) in 1867. And that's why its provincial flower is our second coin in our vintage jewellery-inspired Floral Emblems of Canada series. And, your coin's reverse features a colourful depiction of the blue flag iris, which gained official status as the floral emblem of Quebec in 1999.
A gorgeous gift of Quebec's beautiful blue flag iris for that special someone. Order today.
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Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000

Tri means "three" in Latin and Greek, and it is the number of petals, sepals and leaves (bracts) that form each white trillium (Trillium grandiflorum). Ontario's odourless provincial flower is a spectacular sight in late April through May, when it blooms en masse and blankets the forest floor. Canada's most populous province was one of the first to enter Confederation in 1867, and that's why its floral emblem is the first one featured in our 13-coin series. Ontario officially adopted its floral emblem in 1937 with the passing of the Floral Emblem Act, and based on a recommendation made by a special committee of horticulturalists.
A gorgeous gift for that special someone who loves flowers and jewellery.
70,00 € (11%)
79,00 €
Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000

British Columbia's floral emblem isn't so much a flower, but a flowering tree– a unique trait that sets the Pacific dogwood apart from our other provincial and territorial blooms. The showy white flowers on our sixth Floral Emblems of Canada coin appear each spring, and occasionally in September too. The tree itself, Cornus nuttallii, is a four-season beauty that can grow as high as 18 metres. And while the flowering dogwood was a popular image in British Columbia prior to 1956, the Floral Emblem Act assured its position as the official symbol of Canada's westernmost province

70,00 € (11%)
79,00 €
Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000



While Iris versicolor can be found in marshes and along shorelines in central and eastern Canada, it has special meaning in the province of Quebec. This violet-blue wildflower is synonymous with wetlands, rivers and lakes in La belle province, where the provincial emblem blooms between late May and early July. Quebec was one of the first four Canadian provinces established by the British North America Act (Confederation) in 1867. And that's why its provincial flower is our second coin in our vintage jewellery-inspired Floral Emblems of Canada series. And, your coin's reverse features a colourful depiction of the blue flag iris, which gained official status as the floral emblem of Quebec in 1999.
A gorgeous gift of Quebec's beautiful blue flag iris for that special someone. Order today.
70,00 € (11%)
79,00 €
Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000

The sweet scent of the mayflower is the fragrance of spring in Nova Scotia! This creeping wildflower blooms in April and May, when crowded clusters of tiny pink and white flowers appear on leathery leaves in forest glades. Trailing arbutus, better known as the mayflower, has been Nova Scotia's official flower since 1901. And it is in full bloom on coin #3 in our jewellery-inspired series, which highlights the floral emblems of every Canadian province and territory.
70,00 € (11%)
79,00 €
Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000

The purple violet is a water-loving perennial herb–if it's not growing in water, it's likely growing near it. Its blue-centred blooms will catch your eye from May to July, when they add a punch of colour to meadows, bogs and open woodlands. New Brunswick's official flower is one of several Canadian emblems that were selected by means of public input.
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79,00 €
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