The given coin is a 13-sided (tridecagon) replica of a famous Canadian landmark - the Centennial Flame monument on Parliament Hill. Thanks to incuse relief, this coin has the design featuring incredible depth. One more interesting feature is an antique finish because it adds to this coin a more weathered look and emphasizes the deep sunk relief.
As for the design, on the reverse, we can see an engraved flame. Why 13-sided fountain? Because every panel of it represents every Canadian province and territory. On the edge of the fountain basin, the province or territory's floral emblem frames its date of entry into Confederation. The obverse depicts the image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.
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