Legendary Pictures launched its MonsterVerse series back in 2014 with the hit film Godzilla. It was followed up with Kong: Skull Island in 2017 and Godzilla: King of the Monsters in 2019. This was all leading up to 2021, when the world finally got to see these two iconic creatures clash in the ultimate face-off. Now, 2021 1 oz Silver Niue Godzilla vs Kong – Godzilla Coins are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.
- Coins ship to you in plastic flips or tubes of 20 coins!
- Brand-new officially licensed Godzilla vs. Kong coin!
- Mintage limited to 25,000 pieces only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- Issued a face value of Two Dollars from the Niuean government.
- The obverse shows Godzilla vs. Kong imagery and the Niue coat of arms.
- On the reverse side is a depiction of Godzilla.
All 2021 1 oz Niue Godzilla vs Kong – Godzilla Coins in this listing are officially licensed by Legendary Pictures. If you order an individual coin, it will arrive inside a plastic flip. Or multiples of 20 will ship inside a tube. If you know anyone who loves the Godzilla vs. Kong movie, then these exciting coins could be the perfect gift idea.
The Niue coat of arms is shown on the obverse of 2021 Silver Niue Godzilla vs Kong – Godzilla Coins. Along the edge, there are inscriptions reading Two Dollars, 1 oz .999 Fine Silver. You will also see the official licensing information here. Finally, the entire center of the obverse is occupied by a stunning silhouette of Godzilla facing off against King Kong.
A depiction of Godzilla is found on the reverse of 2021 1 oz Silver Niue Godzilla vs Kong Coins. This image bears a remarkable similarity to the CGI Godzilla from the movie. The titan appears both massive and terrifying as he moves forward with an open mouth and claws. The word Godzilla is inscribed beneath this image in large lettering.
While Godzilla and King Kong were paired together in the 2021 hit movie Godzilla vs. Kong, their origins are quite different. King Kong was created by Merian C. Cooper and first appeared in a novel based on the 1933 movie King Kong. The book was published a few months before the film was released. Godzilla did not arrive on the scene until 1954 when he was featured in the Japanese film Gojira. The initial conception of Godzilla saw him as a metaphor for nuclear destruction, as the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were less than a decade old at the time.
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