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Mint.ca Superman Coins!

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This is not a hot deal, but a really cool share... Unless there are some coupon code or discount?
(Very cool looking coins)
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Sep 4th, 2013 2:34 pm
thanks you, i like this balls a lot, at Tin Horton... i got balls before at walmart and where all dry and old
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They have to use a Comic book character to celebrate the 75th anniversary. How about celebrating some Canadianism.
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these are awesome, I wish I had an extra grand or two so I could order 2 of everything lol
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bobcat99 wrote:
Sep 10th, 2013 10:30 am
They have to use a Comic book character to celebrate the 75th anniversary. How about celebrating some Canadianism.
The Mint celebrates Canadianism year 'round. They just completed the Group of 7 paintings, there was the war of 1812, there was a coin showcasing the beauty of our autumns..the list is quite long.
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bobcat99 wrote:
Sep 10th, 2013 10:30 am
They have to use a Comic book character to celebrate the 75th anniversary. How about celebrating some Canadianism.
Haven't you seen that Canadian Heritage commercial? Superman was invented by a Canadian - Joe Shuster (born in Toronto).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Shuster
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which one you think is best? I want the gold one but seriously $750 i might as well buy a gold oz and only face value of $75 it should be $750 lol
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Why is this a hot deal? If you want to discuss the coin just go to the numismatic thread in the personal finance section...
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bobcat99 wrote:
Sep 10th, 2013 10:30 am
They have to use a Comic book character to celebrate the 75th anniversary. How about celebrating some Canadianism.
If they want to celebrate the 75th anniversary of superman, what exactly are they supposed to use other then superman?
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you'll never see your return on money with these coins, even with the price of silver going up and the coins being 100 years old. $15 silver coin selling for $70? no thanks! Plus the 10,000 mintage doesn't add to it's value in the long term. THe only thing that may be of value is the gold coin where there is only 2000 minted, but even then it's still too much. Mintage has to be in the hundreds (200-300) for it to be rare.
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micromen wrote:
Sep 10th, 2013 10:45 am
you'll never see your return on money with these coins, even with the price of silver going up and the coins being 100 years old. $15 silver coin selling for $70? no thanks! Plus the 10,000 mintage doesn't add to it's value in the long term. THe only thing that may be of value is the gold coin where there is only 2000 minted, but even then it's still too much. Mintage has to be in the hundreds (200-300) for it to be rare.
so they really aren't of value for resale? its just nice to collect.
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soulchief wrote:
Sep 10th, 2013 10:40 am
If they want to celebrate the 75th anniversary of superman, what exactly are they supposed to use other then superman?
The description read that the mint is celebrating it's 75th anniversary and not Superman. (Should have known, the Star has been carrying full page ads for the last few days, and an insert today.) Good to know that a Canadian co created the character.
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