Disney is accustomed to producing children’s feature films that rake in millions of dollars, but no release in recent memory has been as successful as that of Frozen. Children around the world were infatuated with Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, and now Frozen gets its own silver coin series from the New Zealand Mint. Right now the 2016 1 oz Niue Silver Disney Princess Elsa Coin is available from JM Bullion.
- Mintage capped at just 10,000 coins!
- 1st release in the Frozen: Magic of the Northern Lights collection!
- Arrives encapsulated in plastic and contained within a themed storybook case.
- Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of Two Dollars and is legal tender in Niue.
- Obverse includes the image of Queen Elizabeth II.
- Reverse features the colorized depiction of Queen Elsa.
The New Zealand Mint is no stranger to the production of officially licensed Disney gold and silver products. The mint already enjoys popularity with its separate Disney Princesses series and the Disney Classic collection.
With the release of the 2016 1 oz Niue Silver Disney Princess Elsa Coin, the New Zealand Mint marks the launch of a Frozen: Magic of the Northern Lights series. As the first in the series, Queen Elsa leads the way in a program expected to include five coins in total.
On the obverse of the coin is the right-profile portrait of England’s Queen Elizabeth II. Created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley, it represents the fourth-generation image of Her Majesty to appear on commonwealth and British coinage.
The reverse of the 2016 1 oz Niue Silver Disney Princess Elsa Coin features another queen with a little more magic in her bag of tricks. Queen Elsa is captured with the brilliant, colorized Northern Lights in the sky behind her, with her blue dress and long, snow-white hair all captured in real-life hues.
The New Zealand Mint is a private minting operation in Auckland and serves as the only mint in the nation of New Zealand. Though it produces sovereign coinage for other nations and collectible proofs, it is not the official mint of the national government. New Zealand currency is produced at the Royal Canadian Mint and Royal Mint in London.
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