- Brand new coins dated 2020, in uncirculated condition
- Price displayed includes insured UK delivery
- Each Pac-Man Coin contains one troy ounce (31.1035 grams) of fine silver
- The Pac-Man Coin is manufactured with a .999 purity
- There are 25,000 minted by The New Zealand Mint
- Silver are legal tender in Niue with a face value of $2 NZD
Pac-Man Coin Background
The Pacific Island nation of Niue, in partnership with the New Zealand Mint, has immortalized the original character in the history of video games – Pac-Man, the most successful arcade game of all time. Each of these silver coins contains 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver and is considered legal tender by the government of Niue with face values of $2 (NZD).
Pac-Man Coin Design
The 1oz Silver Coin design celebrates the 40th Anniversary and features Pac-Man evading a ghost. Each coin is stamped with the Disney copyright for authenticity. The coin’s weight and purity are also shown.
The New Zealand Mint Background
The New Zealand Mint has been minting legal tender collectible bullion coins for more than 50 years. It’s known around the world for its collectible bullion designs. It’s a privately-owned mint and produces collector and bullion coins for a number of pacific nations, including Fiji and Niue. The mint does not produce banknotes or coins of the New Zealand dollar. These coins are minted for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand primarily at the Royal Mint and Royal Canadian Mint.
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