2020 Batman 1oz Silver Coin

Silver Collectible by New Zealand Mint JUSTICE LEAGUE™ 60th Anniversary
Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 1960


Limit of 1 per person.

New Zealand Mint 2020 Batman 1oz Silver Coin Silver Collectible

About This Silver Collectible

Officially licensed by DC Comics this second coin in the JUSTICE LEAGUE series, showcasing the original members of the team, is of the CAPED CRUSADER himself. 

This 1oz pure silver coin features a powerful coloured image of BATMAN alongside the BATMAN logo. Additional engraving of the GOTHAM CITY skyline and the BAT SIGNAL complete the design. As a legal tender coin, the obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The coin is packaged in a magnetised acrylic display block, which allows access to the coin for close inspection. This block arrives inside an outer box printed with more vintage BATMAN imagery.

Each coin has a mintage of only 1960, to reflect the year that the JUSTICE LEAGUE was formed. A Certificate of Authenticity, with a unique serial number, can be found inside the packaging confirming each coin as a limited edition and its significant coin issue date of 2020.

Coin Metal: 999 Fine Silver
Coin Weight: 1 Troy oz
Coin Finish: Proof
Coin Diameter: 40mm (Nominal)
Coin Edge: Milled
Coin Denomination: $2
Year of Issue: 2020
Coin Mintage: 1960
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 1.57" (4 cm) *

Box Size
Height: 1.00" (2.5 cm)
Width: 3.25" (8.3 cm)
Depth: 3.25" (8.3 cm) *

Shipping Weight
0.15 lbs (0.1 kg) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

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