Perth Mint Releases Commemorative Spock Coin


The Perth Mint has released a limited edition commemorative coin to pay tribute to the iconic character, Spock, from the renowned classic television series, Star Trek: The Original Series.

Portraying a logical alien with trademark pointed ears, Spock has proven to be one of the most well recognised television characters of all time. His famous split-finger Vulcan salute, meaning “live long and prosper,” has become a cultural phenomenon with many generations.

Perth Mint Acting General Manager, Marketing Neil Vance said, “Here at The Perth Mint we are delighted to honour the legacy of the late actor Leonard Nimoy and his on screen character, with the release of this precious metal collectable.”

Under license by CBS Consumer Products, the coin is struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver and is issued as legal tender under the authority of the Government of Tuvalu.

The coin portrays a colour image of Leonard Nimoy (1931 – 2015) giving the Vulcan salute as Spock, as he appeared in Star Trek, against a representation of the IDIC Vulcan symbol and the inscription SPOCK. The design also includes The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark.

Presented in a Star Trek inspired display case and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, no more than 5,000 of the 2015 Star Trek: The Original Series – Spock 1oz silver Proof coins will be released by The Perth Mint.

Priced at $115.00, the Spock coin can be ordered by telephoning The Perth Mint toll-free at 1-800-098-817 (Australia), +61 8 9421 7218 (International), or by visiting Collectors can also purchase the commemoratives from leading coin dealers and Australia Post outlets.

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