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  • Disney - The Gallopin' Gaucho 0.5 Gram Gold Coin
  • Disney - The Gallopin' Gaucho 0.5 Gram Gold Coin
  • Disney - The Gallopin' Gaucho 0.5 Gram Gold Coin

The Gallopin' Gaucho 0.5 gram Gold Coin


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The Mickey Through the Ages coin collection celebrates the much-loved Disney character Mickey Mouse and his cartoon career through the decades.

In this cartoon, Disney's Mickey Mouse portrays an adventurous South American hero who falls in love with Minnie Mouse in the Cantina Argentina.

This pure gold coin features a classic engraved image of Disney's Mickey Mouse dancing the tango with Minnie Mouse, as seen in The Gallopin' Gaucho (1928).

The Mickey Mouse – The Gallopin' Gaucho 0.5 Gram Gold Coin comes presented on an attractive, printed card. The Certificate of Authenticity is printed on the card reverse.

This unique coin would make a beautiful gift for any Disney fan or coin collector.

SHIPPING NOTE: This item is not able to be ordered or shipped to customers in Japan, France, Hong Kong and United Kingdom, due to brand owner instruction.

Style Number: 30-00561

Precious Metal:
Gold Coins
0.5 gram

Technical Specifications

  • Coin Metal: 9999 Fine Gold
  • Coin Weight: 0.5 gram
  • Coin Finish: Proof
  • Coin Diameter: 11mm (Nominal)
  • Coin Edge: Milled
  • Coin Denomination: $2.50
  • Year of Issue: 2017
  • Coin Mintage: 5,000
  • Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  • Country of Issue: Niue

Coin Story

The Gallopin' Gaucho, directed by Walt Disney, was the second silent Mickey Mouse cartoon produced, after Plane Crazy. When Walt chose to add sound to his cartoons, he selected his third production, Steamboat Willie, to be released on November 18, 1928 as his first sound cartoon, and then added sound to The Gallopin' Gaucho, which was released as his second cartoon with sound a month later on December 20, 1928.

In this cartoon Mickey portrays an adventurous South American hero who falls in love with Minnie Mouse at the Cantina Argentina.

INTERESTING FACT: Viewers with a keen eye may notice that the design of Disney's Mickey Mouse changes from the beginning of the film, in which the mouse looks similar to his appearance in Plane Crazy, to the end of the film where he more closely resembles his Steamboat Willie self.


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