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This pure silver foil commemorates the first Silver Age comic book from October 1956 featuring the first appearance of BARRY ALLEN™ as THE FLASH™. The issue also introduced Barry’s wife, IRIS WEST™.
Licensed by DC Comics, this striking pure silver foil features a replica of the spectacular Showcase #4 cover and incorporates both colour and engraving.
Made from 35g fine silver, it is presented in an innovative acrylic holder designed to frame the foil and allow for easy display. Packaged inside a complementary themed carrier, this is a unique collectible for any DC Comics, super hero or THE FLASH fan.
Own a piece of history today and add this precious metal collectible to your collection!
This Pure Silver Foil is not legal tender and we recommend checking with your local customs office regarding any applicable duties or taxes in your country.
New Zealand Mint Partners with CGC on DC Comics Label
We have a partnership with the Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) to create a special CGC DC Comics certification label. Read more on the CGC website »
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|Metal||999 Fine Silver|
|Dimensions||175 x 262mm|
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