Canada, 5 Dollars, 2016 Superman, 1 oz 0.9999 Silver.

Brilliant Uncirculated Canadian 'Superman' Silver 5 dollar silver crown-size.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FCA4175
£39.50

This is a first and collectors of coins and comic books will just have to have one. Canada has done a deal with the owner of the Superman, DC Comics, and has issued a one ounce silver piece with the Superman symbol on it. Also Canada has struck the one ounce pieces to a fineness of 9999 instead of the three 9’s that our own Royal Mint uses.
You have the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on one side and the ‘S’ within a shield on the other side. They are Brilliant Uncirculated and dated 2016.
Supplies are limited.

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