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Shiny new quarters. Paul Dick, left, Minister responsible for the Royal Canadian Mint, unveils the Ontario coin in the Canada 125 series yesterday at Queen's Park. Ten million 25-cent coins will feature a jack pine on the reverse side, designed by Greg Salmela, of London, Ont. Helping Dick are Lieutenant-Governor Hal Jackman, centre, and MPP Garry Malkowski. Open in full size

Shiny new quarters. Paul Dick, left, Minister responsible for the Royal Canadian Mint, unveils the Ontario coin in the Canada 125 series yesterday at Queen's Park. Ten million 25-cent coins will feature a jack pine on the reverse side, designed by Greg Salmela, of London, Ont. Helping Dick are Lieutenant-Governor Hal Jackman, centre, and MPP Garry Malkowski.

Picture, 1992, English

Shiny new quarters. Paul Dick, left, Minister responsible for the Royal Canadian Mint, unveils the Ontario coin in the Canada 125 series yesterday at Queen's Park. Ten million 25-cent coins will feature a jack pine on the reverse side, designed by Greg Salmela, of London, Ont. Helping Dick are Lieutenant-Governor Hal Jackman, centre, and MPP Garry Malkowski.

Picture, 1992, English

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

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Dick; Paul

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

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tspa_0043582f