Thursday , 17 August 2017


75th Birthday of Superman Celebrated With New Line of Collector Coins – Take a Look!

Happy Birthday Superman! In honour of the 75th anniversary of the ultimate super hero, the Royal Canadian Mint has unveiled a brand new line of collector coins. Here’s a look at the latest designs as well as nine other memorable creations produced by the Mint.

So says the introduction to a post* on theloop.ca entitled Coolest Canadian coins presented here by Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com and www.munKNEE.com and the FREE Market Intelligence Report newsletter (sample hereregister here). Please note that this paragraph must be included in any article reposting with a link to the article source to avoid copyright infringement.

The post goes on to say:

The iconic hero, Superman, was co-created by Canadian Joe Shuster in collaboration with American Jerry Siegel in 1938. To celebrate his 75th birthday, The Royal Canadian Mint has created a line of gold, silver and cupro-nickel coins carefully embellished with distinct and colourful artwork.  Prices range from $29.75 for the cupro-nickel coin all the way up to $750 for the one of a kind 14-carat gold coin featuring a coloured image of Superman.

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*http://www.theloop.ca/living/money/wallet-wise/photo-gallery/-/p/7275/Coolest-Canadian-coins © Bell Media 2013 All rights reserved

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One comment

  1. The Canadians are smart, what child would not treasure a PM coin with Superman on it, which would probably take that coin and it’s PM out of circulation for a very long time!