|Description||To commemorate the third centenary (1608 - 1908). |
Obverse: Champlain, in doublet cloak and boots, head bare, holding a sword before him, steps from a ship onto a rock. On either side of him these emblems: left, a crown, H.IV, a dolphin, a scroll with the date 1608; right, a crown, E.VII, a dolphin, a scroll with the date 1908. Reverse: female figures symbolizing Britain and France beneath a tree, in whose branches are scrolls bearing inscriptions
|InscriptionContent||Obverse: IIIe. CENTENAIRE.DE.LA.FONDATION.DE.QUEBEC. Below: STADACONE.|
Reverse: DIEU.AIDANT.L'OEUVRE.DE.CHAMPLAIN. NEE SOUS.LES.LIS.A.GRANDIS.SOUS.LES.ROSES. Below on a label: HENRI. DUBOIS. SCULP.ET.INC.