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Officially licensed, this 2022 Star Wars™ Season’s Greetings coin features an engraved image of Luke Skywalker’s™ T-47 airspeeder™ trying to take down an AT-AT Walker™ using a harpoon and tow cable™ — which is adorned with festive coloured lights!
Made from 1oz pure silver, the design also features a coloured engraving of the phrase ‘Merry Force Be With You’ in colour. For extra charm, engraved snowflakes on a smooth mirror background have been added — very reminiscent of winter and the icy planet! The obverse bears the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Queen Elizabeth II to confirm it as legal tender.
The outer box is Star Wars holiday-themed. Inside, there is an illustration of a Rebel Scout™ on a Tauntaun™ surrounded by a Christmas wreath with the phrase ‘Merry Hothmas’ — how adorable! The Certificate of Authenticity is printed underneath, alongside the coin’s unique serial number in the limited mintage of just 2,022 — to reflect the year of the issue. The coin itself is placed in a bauble-shaped case.
Make this Festive Season a time of joy. Order today!
|Collection||Star Wars™ Coins|
|Metal||999 Fine Silver|
|Weight||1 troy oz|
|Finish||Proof / Coloured|
|Year of Issue||2022|
|Effigy||Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II|
|Country of Issue||Niue|
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