World’s first glow-in-the-dark coin celebrates Canadian anniversary
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The Royal Canadian Mint has unveiled its new glow-in-the-dark coin, thought to be the first of its kind. The CAD 2 coin has been created to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation and features two individuals paddling in a canoe beneath the northern lights. The coin has been made with ink that contains luminescent material so the aurora borealis design glows in the dark. Three million of the special coins, known as a ‘toonie’, have entered circulation and it is thought that one in ten Canadians will see one enter their purses and wallets. Citizens also have the opportunity…
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