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Silver Coloured Commemorative Coin -Port Hope
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Images, Electronic
Description
A $2 coin made to celebrate the heritage of Port Hope; a time period ranging from 1834 to what was then the present day (1984). On one side of the coin it says, “Port Hope” with a woman holding an anchor with the inscription “Spes Anchora Tuta”, which stands for “Hope is a safe anchor”. On the other side of the coin is the inscription, “1834 Port Hope 1984 Sesquicentennial. Good for one dollar in Port Hope. Expires Dec 31, 1984. 150 years”.
Date of Original
1984
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Cobourg Museum Foundation
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
c/o Victoria Hall, 55 King Street West
Cobourg, ON K9A 2M2 Phone number: 19053737222
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Silver Coloured Commemorative Coin -Port Hope


A $2 coin made to celebrate the heritage of Port Hope; a time period ranging from 1834 to what was then the present day (1984). On one side of the coin it says, “Port Hope” with a woman holding an anchor with the inscription “Spes Anchora Tuta”, which stands for “Hope is a safe anchor”. On the other side of the coin is the inscription, “1834 Port Hope 1984 Sesquicentennial. Good for one dollar in Port Hope. Expires Dec 31, 1984. 150 years”.