New Zealand Mint have let us know they will be having a holiday sale on the run up to Christmas, including discounts on a range of Star Wars ™ limited edition pure silver coins, coin notes, foils and miniatures. Sign up to their newsletter and you’ll get these specials sent directly to your inbox!
New Zealand Mint’s very cool, Chibi Coin Collection launched on 1 July this year and the good news is there is a Star Wars series. Although the first silver coin in the series, for Darth Vader, sold out in just over 24 hours!
The fearsome Praetorian Guard feature on the fourth coin in New Zealand Mint’s officially licensed Guards of the Empire Silver Coin Collection. These elite warriors were created and developed for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the eighth film in the Star Wars saga, which was released in 2017.
Today sees the release of the final coin in New Zealand Mint’s officially licensed Star Wars Poster Coin Collection – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. In this final chapter of the Skywalker saga, the surviving Resistance faces the First Order once more.
Following the sell-out success of their Death Star 2oz Silver Coin, New Zealand Mint can now offer those who missed out a 1oz version of the Death Star in silver or gold!
The Skywalker saga continues as the heroes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens join the galactic legends in an epic adventure that unlocks age-old mysteries of the Force and shocking revelations of the past. This latest 35g pure silver foil from New Zealand Mint for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is an officially licensed replica of the 2017 film’s striking poster.
Update: They are now officially sold out!
PSWCS.org, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society (PSWCS), is excited to announce their 10th charity medallion in support of Valhalla Veteran’s Services.
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The menacing Death Trooper features on the third coin in New Zealand Mint’s officially licensed Guards of the Empire Silver Coin Collection. The first two releases featured the Stormtrooper and the Clone Trooper. Who will be next?
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The beloved film sequel, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, is being commemorated with a range of limited-edition pure silver and gold collectibles from New Zealand Mint to celebrate the film’s 40th anniversary milestone. Three separate precious metal collectibles are being produced in collaboration with Lucasfilm and are available for sale from today!
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We’re excited to bring you another replica poster coin for Star Wars: A New Hope. A similar coin, released in 2017 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the movie, sold out in record time. So, if you missed out then, here’s your opportunity to grab one!
If you missed out on the first release in the new officially licensed Star Wars silver coin collection from New Zealand Mint, Guards of the Empire, you won’t want to miss this next one!
The coins in this collection feature a colored image of an infamous trooper with an army of engraved troopers behind them. The design is completed with an antique finish. The first release featured the Stormtrooper while this latest one is for the Clone Trooper. Who will be next?
When it comes to selecting the most easily recognized characters in Star Wars, the Stormtrooper definitely makes that list. From their first appearance in the opening battle of Star Wars: A New Hope, with their skull-like helmets and head-to-toe armor, they have captured the imagination and excitement of fans around the world. So, it is fitting that this second coin in New Zealand Mint’s officially licensed Star Wars Premium Helmets Coin Collection features the Stormtrooper helmet.
Re-live the birth of the silver screen’s most iconic villain, Darth VaderTM with this Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith 35gPremium Silver Foil. Released in May 2005, the foil is a replica of the film’s dramatic poster artwork dominated by Darth Vader. Clever use of color and engraving still allows the silver to shine!
New Zealand Mint’sHo Ho Ho-liday Sale concludes with 10% off Star Wars Gold or Silver Coins*. There is a huge range to choose from, and they make ideal Christmas gifts – or maybe you just want to treat yourself!
All the coins are legal tender, which means they are all true certified limited editions and come complete with Star Wars-themed packaging and a Certificate of Authenticity!
So, what are you waiting for, this offer is only available until Monday 9 December – hurry over to the New Zealand Mint website now and order yours!
*Offer applies to selected gold and silver Star Wars coins. Excludes new releases, coin notes and bullion coins. Offer ends 10 am Monday 9th December (NZDT). Not valid in conjunction with other offers. While stocks last.
New Zealand Mint’sHo Ho Ho-liday Sales continue this week with 15% off when you purchase any complete Star Wars Silver Coin Note Collection – which includes a free collector’s album! There are two collections to choose from: Star Wars: A New Hope with six character coin notes and Star Wars: The Force Awakens with seven. The album includes a themed page to hold each note including a brief summary of the character’s contribution to the film.
New Zealand Mint’s are on right now! This week you can enjoy 15% off when you purchase all three Star Wars Premium Silver Foils for the prequel trilogy. A combination of both color and engraving is used to create a dramatic replica of each film’s poster artwork on 35g of pure silver that has been rolled flat.
New Zealand Mint has just told us they will be having a holiday sale on the run-up to Christmas, including discounts on a range of Star Wars limited edition pure silver and gold coins, silver coin notes, foils and miniatures. Sign up today to receive NZ Mint news via email and you’ll get these specials sent directly to your inbox!
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Beat the Christmas rush and get your gifts sorted early this year with a 2019 Star Wars Season’s Greetings 5g Silver Coin Note available to order from New Zealand Mint now.
To celebrate Triple Force Friday and the highly anticipated conclusion to the Star Wars sequel trilogy, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, New Zealand Mint has three new officially licensed collectible coins for sale in both gold and silver.
There is a worldwide mintage of only 5,000 for each silver coin and a minuscule 500 for the gold coin. With the movie due for release in December these are bound to be in high demand!
It’s a big year for Star Wars with the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, The Mandalorian, and the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order being honored on 4 October with Triple Force Friday. The day will see the release of a swath of new merchandise and here for the first time is a look at the amazing gold and silver collectible coins that will be available from New Zealand Mint!
With the excitement building for the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, we see that New Zealand Mint has released poster coins for all the previous Star Wars movies. While some are sold out you can still get your hands on those available already for the sequel trilogy including this stunning coin for Star Wars The Last Jedi.
This new 5g pure silver coin note from New Zealand Mint takes a unique look at the Star Wars World. It features the most recognizable and iconic planet, Tatooine, the home planet of Luke Skywalker on a stunning silver ‘postcard’.
Today marks the launch of New Zealand Mint’s new Star Wars Helmets Coin Collection. In a first for their officially licensed Star Wars collections, these are non-traditional, uniquely shaped coins which add an extra dimension to the design.
Reminisce with this striking foil which celebrates the second of the Star Wars prequel movies, Attack of the Clones, released in May 2002 – almost three years to the day after the first prequel. It depicts a replica of the film’s poster artwork and is made using 35g fine silver and a combination of both color and engraving to allow the silver to shine through.
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