It’s hard to imagine another Disney Princess film exceeding the popularity and demand for Frozen. The feature film focusing on two sisters living in the frozen landscapes of Scandinavia gained immediate popularity, and spawned offshoots including precious metal coins and plentiful toys. Right now, the 2016 1 oz Silver Niue Disney Princess Elsa Coin is available for purchase from Silver.com.
- Total mintage capped at 10,000 coins!
- First release in a new Frozen Series!
- Arrives in a protective capsule inside a themed shipper.
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Bears a face value of Two Dollars and is legal tender in Niue.
- Reverse depicts Queen Elsa from the movie Frozen in brilliant color.
- Obverse includes the image of Queen Elizabeth II.
Frozen was an immense blockbuster for Disney Films, and now the New Zealand Mint is releasing a brand-new series of silver coins honoring the impressive film. Frozen: Magic of the Northern Lights is a new series of coins separate from the other Disney Princess coins already in production from the New Zealand Mint.
The planned series of New Zealand Mint silver coins will eventually feature a total of five collectible coins, and though no confirmation is available, a Princess Anna coin is likely to be the next design released. Each coin in the series will include colorized designs on the reverse.
On the obverse of the 2016 1 oz Silver Niue Disney Princess Elsa coin is the image of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the right-profile portrait of Her Majesty created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley, and it serves as the fourth-generation depiction of the Queen since her coronation in 1952.
The reverse of each Princess Elsa coin captures the beautiful hues and colors of the Northern Lights in the background as Princess Elsa stands in the foreground. The top-half of the design features colorized touches to Elsa’s image, while the lower half is finished in silver and features “Disney’s Frozen” as an engraving.
The New Zealand Mint is located in Auckland and is the only minting operation in the country. Official currency for the government of New Zealand is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint and Royal Mint in London.
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