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1 oz 2021 Itchy & Scratchy Coloured Silver Proof Coin
1 oz 2021 Itchy & Scratchy Coloured Silver Proof Coin

1 oz 2021 Itchy & Scratchy Coloured Silver Proof Coin

Mint: The Perth Mint
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Denomination: 1 TVD
Design: Itchy & Scratchy The Simpsons
Country: Tuvalu
Finish: Proof Strike
Condition: Brand New
Packaging: Offical Mint Packaging
Composition: Silver
Weight (grams): 31.107
Weight (troy/oz): 1
Purity (%): 99.99
Thickness (mm): 3.5
Diameter (mm): 40.9
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Product Description:

This 1 oz coin features the logo from The Itchy & Scratchy Show, an animated cartoon seen on The Simpsons. The reverse design also depicts Matt Groening's signature and the Perth Mint's 'P' mintmark. The obverse design depicts Queen Elizabeth II, the date, weight, denomination and purity.

* 99.99% pure silver
* Unique The Simpsons collectable
* Tuvalu legal tender
* Branded acrylic display case
* Limited mintage of 5,000
* Numbered Certificate of Authenticity

The Simpsons premiered in 1989 instantly becoming a pop-culture phenomenon. The Simpsons is now showing across 60 countries and in 20 languages. The Simpsons reached the incredible milestone in 2018 for being the longest-running scripted primetime show in television history.

This coin is issued as legal tender under the authority of the Government of Tuvalu and is presented in a clear acrylic case, displaying both sides of the coin. It is packaged within a themed shipper and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Established in 1899, The Perth Mint is Australia's largest official bullion mint. The Perth Mint refines a number of bullion and collector products including coins, minted and cast bars and is backed by the Government of Western Australia.