The new 2018 issue of the Perth Mint’s Marvel Series’ Black Panther silver coin is now available at Bullion Exchanges.

Marvel Comic Series

The coin, the third in the series, features the Marvel Comics superhero Black Panther. Previous releases had Spiderman and Thor on the reverse side of the coin. (back). A profile of Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse (front). The island nation of Tuvalu is nine islands. It is a British Commonwealth located in the South Pacific Ocean.

Coin Details

The Tuvalu Marvel Series Black Panther coin consists of 1 ounce of .9999 fine silver. They limit in mint to only 50,000. They will be available individually, in rolls of 20, or boxes of 100 and 300. The face value of this unique coin is $1.

Like the other coins in the series, the Tuvalu Black Panther coin features a profile of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. Additionally, you’ll find the words “Queen Elizabeth II,” “1 oz 9999 Ag 2018,” and “Tuvalu 1 Dollar.” 

The reverse has the Marvel Comics logo near the top. It showcases right above the stylized Black Panther design. The character is in full superhero costume– with his claws bared and ready to pounce. There is also a decorative border surrounding the entire scene. The word “Marvel” is in a smaller font. 

Black Panther silver coin

Black Panther

Black Panther is a comic book character. It was the creation of Stan Lee in 1966. Blank Panther first was in Fantastic Four #52. It is notable for being the first African superhero in mainstream American comic books. The Black Panther, also known as T’Challa, hails from the fictional African country of Wakanda. He is the king. Thanks to his martial arts prowess he is also the protector of the land. Black Panther is in several movies in the 1960s and 70s. However, the first live-action, modern-day depiction of him was in Captain America: Civil War.  The upcoming film Black Panther will release on February 16, 2018.

This coin will also be available in available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. It also will feature a PCGS certified edition.

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