I’m happy to share another coin I illustrated for the Royal Canadian Mint. This coin remembers the acts of bravery by Canadians in the Battle of Neuve-Chapelle from the First World War (1915). I illustrated soldiers manning an 18-pounder field gun, with smoke billowing after a shot has been fired. A sergeant looks through his binoculars to gauge the accuracy of the hit.
The gold-plated figure at the bottom of the coin was not designed by me, but is the winged figure of Victory that appeared on the Victory Medals awarded during the First World War.
If you’re interested in ordering one, please visit the Mint’s online store.