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2012 $2 Silver Muhammad Ali UNC Limited Edition Fiji Coin w/ Glove Display Box - 438-183


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438-183 - 2012 $2 Silver Muhammad Ali UNC Limited Edition Fiji Coin w/ Glove Display Box
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2012 $2 Silver Muhammad Ali UNC Limited Edition Fiji Coin w/ Glove Display Box

The 1 oz .999 fine silver coin depicts an iconic image of Ali with his trademark red boxing gloves. The coin also includes the official 70th anniversary logo. The obverse of the coin features the Raphael likeness of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, sovereign of the commonwealth of Fiji. The silver coin will be displayed sitting alongside a miniature boxing glove, encased in a Perpex box. Each set comes with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity issued by New Zealand Mint. The certificate also details Ali's sporting career and displays iconic imagery of the sporting great.

This is a limited edition of only 7,500 coins!

Specifications:

  • Coin Type: Myhammed Ali 70th Anniversary
  • Grade: UNC
  • Denomination: Two Dollar
  • Diameter: 40.6mm
  • Mintage Year: 2012
  • Obverse: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  • Reverse: Muhammad Ali w Red Boxing gloves
  • Measures: 6.5"L x 6.5"W x 6.5"H; weighs 2 lbs.

    Distributed by American Collectors Mint, LLC.


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