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2013 RCM “VINTAGE” Superman $10 Fine Silver Coin

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This $10 coin is certified to be 99.99% pure silver with a diameter of 27 millimetres and a metal weight of 7.96 grams. The reverse image, provided by DC Comics/Warner Brothers, features a vintage Superman breaking his bonds. The reverse is engraved with the word “CANADA” the date “2013” and the face value “10 DOLLARS,” as well as “SUPERMAN” in the fictitious Kryptonian language from Superman’s home planet.

Mintage: 00778/15000

RCM Modern Day Superman $15 Fine Silver Coin

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This coloured $15 coin has a diameter of 34 millimetres and weighs 15.87 grams. The reverse image, provided by DC Comics / Warner Brothers, features Superman as seen in his most recent uniform, created for DC Comics re-launch in 2011. The reverse is engraved with the word “CANADA” and the date “2013” and the face value “15 DOLLARS” as well as “75 YEARS OF SUPERMAN” in the ficitiious Kryptonian language from Superman’s home planet.

75th Anniversary of Superman $20 Fine Silver Coin “MAN OF STEEL”

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This $20 coin is certified to be 99.99% pure silver with a diameter of 38 millimtres and a metal weight of 31.39 grams. The reverse image, provided by DC Comics/Warner Brothers, features Superman standing guard over the city of Metropolis. The reverse is engraved with the word “CANADA” the date “2013” and the face value “20 DOLLARS” as well as “75 YEARS OF SUPERMAN” in the fictitious Kryptonian language from Superman’s home planet.

Review Canada 2013 Superman – Man Of Steel 1 oz Silver Coin

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Canada 2013, 1 oz $20 Fine Silver Coin – Man of Steel
This is my favorite out of the Superman coins series, celebrating 75 years of Superman. (I like the mean look Superman is giving on this coin.) Thanks for watching the Canadian Coins Channel.
Composition – pure silver (99.99% pure)
Finish – proof
Weight (g) 31.39
Diameter (mm) 38
Edge – serrated
Certificate – serialized
Face value – 20 dollars
Artist Jim Lee, DC Comics (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

Unboxing Review Superman The S Shield Royal Canadian Mint Fine Silver coin 75th Anniversary

Unboxing Review Superman The S Shield Royal Canadian Mint Fine Silver coin.

Unboxing Review Superman 75th anniversary Modern Day Royal Canadian Mint Fine Silver coin

Unboxing Superman Modern Day Royal Canadian Mint Fine Silver coin.

Unboxing Review Superman 75th anniversary Metropolis Hologram Royal Canadian Mint Fine Silver coin

Unboxing Review Superman Metropolis Hologram Royal Canadian Mint Fine Silver coin

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Superman and Metropolis Hologram 1oz Fine Silver Coin RCM

For 75 years, Superman has been the protector of the city of Metropolis. With the Daily Planet dominating its cityscape, it’s not uncommon to also see the Man of Tomorrow flying overhead. The Royal Canadian Mint, Official Licensee of DC Comics, introduces the first struck achromatic hologram coin in the world, and a tribute to Superman’s 75th anniversary.

Special features
• This coin is pure science fiction! The first coin ever to feature an achromatic hologram—a three-dimensional image created with nanotechnology-based imaging.
• Celebrate Superman’s 75th Anniversary!
• Superman flies over Metropolis and the Daily Planet with an incredible holographic effect, giving Superman the appearance of creating a sonic boom as his breaks the sound barrier
• Features Superman’s native Kryptonian language, as created by DC Comics
• Exceptional packaging fit for the Man of Steel’s 75th birthday, including a clear acrylic presentation case and graphic beauty box displaying The Daily Planet, workplace of reporter Clark Kent.

Design
This $20 coin is certified to be 99.99% pure silver with a diameter of 38 millimetres and a metal weight of 31.39 grams. It is the world’s first achromatic hologram coinThe reverse image, provided by DC Comics/Warner Brothers, features Superman flying over Metropolis and is rendered using a nanotechnology-based achromatic imaging method.