Batman 80th Anniversary 1g Gold Coin Note

Gold Collectible by New Zealand Mint
Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 1000

$170

Limit of 1 per person.

New Zealand Mint Batman 80th Anniversary 1g Gold Coin Note Gold Collectible

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About This Gold Collectible

Celebrating 80 years of Batman(TM), this 1g Gold coin note features iconic colored and engraved images of the DARK KNIGHT(TM). Commemorate 80 years of Batman with these limited-edition coin notes - an absolute must for any caped crusader fan!

Each coin note features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and they are legal tender in Niue.

Brand
DC Comics
Manufacturer
New Zealand Mint
Type
Coins Gold Collectible
Genre
Superhero Comic Book Pop Culture

What's in the Box?

The Batman 80th Anniversary 1g Gold Coin Note features:

  • Engraved and colored notes feature iconic images of the Dark Knight
  • Includes exclusive code to unlock Stealth - an augmented reality Batman game that is only available with these coin notes
  • Officially licensed by DC Comics
  • Packaged in a themed box and presented in an acrylic capsule for display
  • Metal: 999 Fine Gold
  • Weight: 1 grams
  • Finish: BU
  • Nominal Diameter: 140x70mm
  • Denomination: $10.00
  • Country of Issue: Niue
  • Year of Issue: 2019
  • Mintage Size: 1,000

Additional Details & Dimensions

Materials
Product Size
Height: 4.37" (11.1 cm)
Width: 8.74" (22.2 cm)
Depth: 0.78" (2 cm) *

Box Size
Height: 1.00" (2.5 cm)
Width: 4.50" (11.4 cm)
Depth: 9.00" (22.9 cm) *

Shipping Weight
0.40 lbs (0.2 kg) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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SKU
904839

Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

BATMAN and all related characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. (s19)

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