This 2018 Tuvalu Iron Man 1 oz Silver Marvel Series Coin was struck by the Perth Mint for the tiny Pacific Island of Tuvalu. Each coin is struck on a .9999 fine silver planchet with a guaranteed silver weight of 1 oz.
The reverse of the coin features the world-famous image of the popular Iron Man character, from Marvel Comics and Film fame.
The obverse of the coin features the British artist and sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley designed "Fourth Portrait" of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
This 2018 Tuvalu Iron Man 1 oz Silver Marvel Series Coin was submitted to NGC and was awarded the grade of Mint State 70 (MS70).
LIMITED MINTAGE OF 5,000!
This 2017 1 oz. silver proof was issued by the Cook Islands. It features a Spider-Man: Homecoming design and is officially licensed by Marvel. The Mayer Mint struck this proof, mintage is limited to 5,000 pieces.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming design is on the obverse. This is actually the work of John Mercanti, retired Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint. His initials are below Spider-Man as he slings some web. The name of the film can be found at the top of the design. If you look near the bottom you can see the silver content and official Marvel copyright.
The Proof finish is created using polished dies and planchets and is the highest quality finish in the world. The certification of Ultra Cameo (UC) recognizes the coin's outstanding differentiation between the stunning mirrored fields and the highly detailed frosted design elements.
EXTREMELY LIMITED MINTAGE OF JUST 2,500 WORLDWIDE!
This 2018 Tuvalu Black Panther 1 oz Silver Proof is a great addition to any comics-themed collection. The coin was struck at the Perth Mint from .9999 fine silver.
The reverse of the coin features the Black Panther crouched in his vibranium suit and menacingly showing his claws.
The obverse of the coin features the British artist and sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley designed of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
This 2018 Tuvalu Black Panther 1 oz Silver Proof Coin was submitted to NGC and was awarded the highly desirable grade of Proof 70.
LOW MINTAGE OF 25,000 WORLDWIDE!
This silver coin honoring the Bottlenose Dolphin is the inaugural release of the Royal Australian Mint's Dolphin bullion series. The coin also represents the Mint's first ever silver bullion coin struck for international distribution.
The 2019 Bottlenose Dolphin coin measures 40 mm in diameter, struck from 1 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver.
A Bottlenose Dolphin is depicted on the reverse, captured mid-leap over the ocean, with the sun setting in the distance.
Ian Rank-Broadley's elegant effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II appears on the obverse.
This 2019 Australia Bottlenose Dolphin coin was submitted to NGC was issued the flawless grade of Mint State 70.
EXTREMELY LOW MINTAGE OF JUST 2,500 WORLDWIDE!
The panda commemorative series is a cooperative effort between the China Mint and the Smithsonian. This 2016 addition to the series features Bei Bei, who was born at the National Zoo on August 22, 2015.
On the reverse, Bei Bei is shown as he looked just after being born. His name and date of birth can also be found on this side.
This commemorative displays a different design on the obverse compared to the other 2016 panda commemoratives. This design shows only the Smithsonian Castle.
This 2016 China Bei Bei Smithsonian Official Medal was submitted to NGC and was awarded the grade of Proof 70, the highest grade attainable and extremely valued among collectors. The Ultra Cameo (UC) designation was given for its superb visual contrast.
One of the boldest and most beautiful of the mens coin watches. The dial is painstakingly crafted from a genuine uncirculated one ounce Silver Eagle Bullion coin. Highlights in 24KT gold enhance the coin in classic fashion. The Silver Eagle is the most popular bullion coin in the world, and now is one of the largest mens watches.
The 40.6mm diameter Silver Eagle Dollar features A.A. Weinman's legendary Lady Liberty obverse design and the reverse features the popular heraldic eagle by former US Mint Chief Engraver, John Mercanti.
A genuine Swiss quartz movement powers each watch, which is secured with a stylish stainless steel case & luxury band with push-button butterfly clasp. Each includes a lifetime limited warranty and is accompanied by a unique numbered signet and certificate of authenticity.
VERY LOW MINTAGE OF ONLY 20,000 WORLDWIDE!
Many are familiar with this coin because the Gold Krugerrand is the oldest of the modern bullion coins. The Silver Krugerrand was introduced just a few years ago.
The design on the reverse shows a springbok. This species of antelope is the national animal of South Africa. A detailed landscape can be seen behind it.
Paul Kruger, the first President of South Africa, is depicted on the obverse in fine detail. His hair and beard are full of details in this portrait.
This 2019 South Africa Silver Krugerrand was submitted to NGC within 30 days of the series being released from the mint. Thus, giving this coin the special designation of First Release. Once at NGC it was also awarded the grade of Proof 70, the highest grade attainable. The Ultra Cameo (UC) designation was given for its superb visual contrast.
This beautiful silver medal was released to honor the Hong Kong Zhuhai Macao Bridge in China, which is one of the world's largest suspension bridges. This proof medal weighs 30 grams and is made of .999 fine silver. Like other commemoratives, mintage of this medal was limited.
On the obverse China's national emblem is displayed. Their national emblem includes 5 stars above Tianamen Gate.
The Hong Kong Zhuhai Macao Bridge design can be found on the reverse. This design shows the bridge as it would appear if you were on it and looking up.
This 2018 China Hong Kong Zhuhai Macao Bridge Opening Commemorative Silver Medal was submitted to NGC within 30 days of the series being released from the mint. Thus, giving this coin the special designation of First Release. Once at NGC it was also awarded the grade of Proof 70, the highest grade attainable.
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