Canada 2013 3D Snowman 50-Cent Lenticular Hologram Coin
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50c 2013 Lenticular 3D Snowman
Tip your coin to switch images of the snowman! A perfect holiday gift!
Watch two enterprising children build a snowman, then enjoy the final result with this beautifully colourful lenticular coin designed to celebrate one of the joys of the Canadian winter holidays.
A perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer! Order yours today!
• The seventh issue in the Royal Canadian Mint’s annual series of holiday lenticular coins.
• Bring back great memories of your childhood with this unique colourful artwork.
• Bright colours and 2-image lenticular design: Watch two enterprising young children build a big snowman, then admire their finished work!
Your coin features two vibrantly coloured images by Canadian artist Tony Bianco. In one image, two smiling children dressed in green coats, the older wearing a red toque, red mittens, and a red scarf and the younger wearing fuchsia hat, scarf and mitts, building a snowman together. The first large snowball—the snowman’s base—has been laid in the centre of the image, the younger child heaving it into position as the older child lifts the next large ball on top. Their young dog looks on from the right side of the image, tail raised in the air in excitement. In the foreground lies a small wooden sled with bright red runners. The activity takes place on the snow-covered front lawn of a quaint house, visible in the background where, on the right, snow-covered steps lead to a wreath-decked wooden door. The house’s soffit is decorated with glowing lights, as is a snow-covered pine tree to the left of the front door. Decorative gifts line the bottom of the tree. Inside the window on the right, which is fronted by a snow-filled window box, we see the family holiday tree filled with dazzling lights. In the second image, the snowman stands complete with arms, black top hat, scarf, buttons, broom, eyes, carrot nose and broad smile. The children stand on either side of it, the smaller child on its right hugging the snowman and looking admiringly at their creation and the older child on the left, facing the viewer and smiling proudly. The dog now sits on the sled, its back turned to the viewer, gazing up at the snowman’s face.
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell case lined with a black flock and protected by a black sleeve.
A perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer.
Face Value: 50 cents