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This sweet coin is made from 1oz of pure silver which has been shaped and coloured to resemble a tasty Gingerbread Man. Naturally, he has a bite missing…I mean who can resist? The coin was designed by Trinity Gritter, the winner of our 2021 ‘Design a Chibi® Coin’ competition.
The design of the outer box is delightfully festive, in keeping with the coin inside – so it also makes a perfect Christmas gift. The box includes a large window for display. The coin inside is also enclosed in a custom-made case moulded to its shape, so you can take it out and admire it close-up. You will then see the obverse carries the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to confirm its legal tender status.
A Certificate of Authenticity is printed on the box, along with confirmation of the coin’s unique number in the limited mintage of only 2,000 coins. Don’t leave this one off your Christmas wishlist!
|Metal||999 Fine Silver|
|Weight||1 troy oz|
|Finish||Proof / Coloured|
|Year of Issue||2021|
|Effigy||Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II|
|Country of Issue||Niue|
|Dimensions||26.6mm x 36mm|
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