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37 minutes ago, AppleZippoandMetronome said:

Had this come through the door today. It is a commemorative set of Canadian quarters that was released in 1992 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Confederation. Each quarter features an image chosen to represent one of the provinces or territories that make up Canada. This is a special one for me. I remember these quarters coming out in 1992 and trying to collect all of the cupronickel versions in change. I wasn't even 10 yet when I started collecting them in 1992 and it took years to get them all through change but this is the first set I ever collected. There isn't a lot of value here due to how many were minted but it is a very nice thing to have in hand. Lots of nostalgia for me.

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These are beautiful. I spent four weeks in Canada in 1990 as a teen (visiting Alberta and BC).

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4 hours ago, argentmajor said:

These are beautiful. I spent four weeks in Canada in 1990 as a teen (visiting Alberta and BC).

Alberta and BC are wonderful provinces to be able to visit. I grew up around Toronto but made it out to Alberta to spend some time in various places in the Rockies. So epically beautiful out there.

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