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    RCM Star Trek Silver Coins Series at JM Bullion

    The 2016 precious metals release schedule at the Royal Canadian Mint has included a number of Star Trek-themed coins, each one aimed at joining in the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Gene Roddenberry’s science-fiction franchise. From humble beginnings, his Original Series spawned countless future television shows and feature films.

    Today, JM Bullion carries a wide variety of Star Trek-themed coins from the Royal Canadian Mint. Many of them are individual releases designed to celebrate the science-fiction franchise itself, while two separate series are available that highlight the characters and moments that few Trekkies will ever forget.

    Star Trek Character Series

    Among the first products rolled out by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2016 was the 2016 ½ oz $10 Canadian Silver Star Trek Captain Kirk Coin. It was the first in a series of four character coins focusing on the most beloved and popular characters from Star Trek: The Original Series. Each coin had the following shared features:

    • Maximum mintage set at just 12,500 coins.
    • Arrives in a custom graphic box.
    • Contains ½ Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
    • Bears an individual face value of $10 (CAD) backed by the federal government of Canada.
    • Proof coin with serrated edges.
    • Colorized images of each character on the reverse.
    • Right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.

    In total, four coins were released in this series, starting with the Captain James T. Kirk coin, and followed in order by the Scotty, Spock, and Uhura coins. Details on the individual releases are available below:

    • Captain Kirk: On the reverse face of the coin you’ll find side-by-side imagery of Captain James T. Kirk, and the U.S.S. Enterprise. Captain Kirk is featured in full color with his golden uniform from The Original Series, as portrayed by Canadian actor William Shatner. He is featured sitting in his captain’s chair on the bridge of the Enterprise.
    • Scotty: The reverse side of every 2016 1/2 oz $10 Canadian Silver Scotty Star Trek coin features the colorized image of Scotty from the feature film. Played by Canadian actor Jim Doohan, Scotty is accompanied by the image of the communicator that inspired the modern cell phone.
    • Spock: On the reverse of each 2016 ½ oz $10 Canadian Silver Star Trek Spock Coin is the colorized image of Spock, as portrayed by Nimoy, in his customary blue uniform. In the franchise, Spock was the science officer and first officer aboard the Enterprise.
    • Uhura: Uhura was vital to the multicultural crew of the original series in Star Trek, along with actor George Takei who is of Japanese descent. Played by Nichelle Nichols, Uhura was the first African character in American television history hold a role other than that of a menial character such as a janitor, cook, maid, or other servant. The reverse of these coins features Nichols in her role as Uhura and wearing her red uniform.

    Star Trek Scenes Series

    To go along with the previous series, the Royal Canadian Mint also released a three-coin series known as Star Trek Scenes, which recounted on the reverse side of each coin some of the most memorable moments from episodes of The Original Series. JM Bullion carries the second coin in this release, which stems from the October 6, 1967 airing of “Mirror, Mirror.”

    These coins each ship in plastic capsules with a Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Coins of this grade show no signs of wear and tear, but may feature minor flaws including breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or contact marks. The 2016 1 oz Canadian Silver Star Trek Mirror Mirror coin had a maximum mintage of 11,500 coins, contained .9999 pure silver, and had a face value of $20 (CAD) backed by the Canadian government. Further details include:

    • The obverse of each Silver Star Trek Mirror Mirror coin features the image of Queen Elizabeth II, which was created in 2003 by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt. On the reverse of all 2016 1 oz Canadian Silver Star Trek Mirror Mirror coins you can see the evil Spock encountering Captain Kirk, with both characters captured in real-life color. These scenes are copyright of CBS, which provided the Royal Canadian Mint with all images for the Stark Trek collection.

    Individual Release Silver Coins

    The Royal Canadian Mint also struck and released two different coins honoring the U.S.S. Enterprise starship from The Original Series. These coins were from different releases, with one coming from the Royal Canadian Mint’s $20 for $20 series, and the other a standalone colorized proof coin.

    Each 2016 1 oz Colorized Canadian Silver Star Trek Enterprise Coin had a limited mintage of just 11,500 coins and contained 1 Troy oz. of .9999 pure silver. While it also had a face value of $20 (CAD), it was not part of the $20 for $20 Series from the RCM. It was a proof specimen with a serrated edge that shipped in a maroon clamshell with graphic display box. Details included:

    • On the reverse face of the 2016 1 oz Silver Colorized Canadian Star Trek Enterprise Coin you’ll find the colorized image of the U.S.S. Enterprise as it traverses the universe, passing close by to a planet. The scene depicted on the coin comes directly from a 1968 episode entitled I, Mudd. The obverse face of the coin includes the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt, it is accompanied by the engravings of “Elizabeth II” and “D.G. Regina.

    For the 2016 $20 Canadian Silver Star Trek Enterprise Coin, the mint issued a larger limit of 300,000 coins in total. These were Specimen Proof coins with a ¼ Troy oz weight and .9999 pure silver content, but the same $20 (CAD) face value as the colorized coin. Details of the design for this coin included:

    • On the reverse face of each 2016 $20 Canadian Silver Star Trek Enterprise Coin you’ll find the image of the U.S.S. Enterprise as it fires its phaser blasters. The Star Trek logo is visible on this face, along with an engraving within the logo marking the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. Engravings include the year of issue, metal content, purity, and face value of the coin. The obverse bears the familiar right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Each coin has a specimen finish, which is similar to a proof production.

    Delta Gold Coin

    In a truly unique release, the Royal Canadian Mint also struck a 2016 ½ oz Canadian Star Trek Delta Gold coin that featured a non-standard, Delta shape to the coin. These came with extremely limited mintage figures of just 1,500 coins in total. Each one had ½ Troy oz of .9999 pure gold and a face value of $200 (CAD). These coins were BU specimens, with no signs of wear and tear. However, like all Brilliant Uncirculated coins there was the potential for breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, and contact marks.

    The details of the overall design for this product were as follows:

    • On the reverse of the 2016 ½ oz Canadian Star Trek Gold Delta Coin is the image of the Delta insignia made famous in the series. This elongated star symbol identified members of the crew assigned to Command throughout the franchise’s many iterations. The obverse of each of these Canadian Star Trek Gold Delta coins features the image of Queen Elizabeth II, with a unique interpretation of the typical engravings that features her name and the phrase “D.G. Regina” along the left-hand side of the Delta design of the coin.

    Note on Star Trek Images

    The Royal Canadian Mint produced all of the Star Trek-themed coins for its 2016 release schedule and 50th Anniversary celebration with the permission of CBS. All Star Trek coins from the Royal Canadian Mint are TM & (c) 2016 CBS Studios Inc. STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All rights reserved (MC et © 2016 CBS Studios Inc. STAR TREK ainsi que les marques et les logos qui s’y rattachent sont des marques de commerce de CBS Studios Inc. Tous droits réservés). You can find more Star Trek gear at

    About the Royal Canadian Mint

    Originally founded in 1908, the Royal Canadian Mint has today grown to become one of the world’s preeminent sovereign mints. Canadian currency was originally, from 1858 until 1908, struck by the Royal Mint in London. The growth of Canada as a nation in its own right, combined with the discovery of gold and other precious metals in the Yukon Territories, eventually facilitated the need for the nation to have its own mint.

    The Royal Canadian Mint operated for nearly 70 years with only its original Ottawa coining facility. In 1976, a secondary mint location opened in Winnipeg, nearly 16 years after the government was advised of a need to expand capacity. At one point in time, the Royal Canadian Mint had to turn to the United States Mint to produce circulation currency for the nation.

    Today, the royal Canadian Mint strikes more than 1 billion coins annually. In addition to its popular Canadian Maple Leaf series of gold, silver, and platinum bullion coins, the mint also strikes currency for as many as a dozen other countries.

    Purchasing Royal Canadian Mint Star Trek Coins from JM Bullion

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