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- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Worldwide mintage of only 150 coins.
- Coin comes in a protective capsule.
- Obverse: Shows the right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the year of issue and face value.
- Reverse: Features the officially licensed image of The Flash in his signature tights with wingdings and The Flash logo appearing on his suit as well as alongside him with a cityscape behind. The metal content, The Flash trademark and DC Comics copyright appear below for further authentication.
- Issued by the sovereign government of Niue.
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Be sure to secure this highly collectible and limited mintage coin stamped in .9999 fine Gold. The official DC Comic Justice League: The Flash coins make the perfect gift for fans of the Justice League, DC Comics, numismatists and investors alike.
Add this 2022 1 oz Gold DC Comics Justice League: The Flash coin to your collection today!
DC Comics Justice League
DC Comics writer, Gardner Fox, based the Justice League off of the Justice Society of America. The group first appeared in the March 1960 DC Comics issue 28, The Brave and the Bold. The initial team members included Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Martian Manhunter. While other superheroes have come and gone since then, the first members of the Justice League are iconic and beloved. In November of 1960, the new superhero team got their own comic book titled "Justice League of America."
The Flash superhero persona has actually belonged to multiple people over the years. Originally, during the Golden Age of comics, it was 1938 college student Jay Garrick who obtained the powers of super speed by inhaling heavy water vapors while on a smoking break in a laboratory. As a result of his newfound powers, he wore a red outfit with a lightning bolt on the chest and began fighting crime. The powers also came in handy to make him into a college football star!
Years later during the Silver Age of comics, Barry Allen, an assistant at the Central City Criminal and Forensic Science Division, was struck by lightning in a freak accident while in the crime lab wherein he got covered with an unknown mixture of chemicals. This electrified chemical combination gave him super speed and reaction timing. As a result, Barry Allen would go on to fight crime and call himself The Flash after his childhood hero, Jay Garrick.
Other individuals would experience similar mishaps that endowed them with the powers of The Flash, but Barry Allen would come to be the most well recognized in modern times. The Flash faces off against a unique cast of villains across multiple dimensions of the multiverse, a concept original to The Flash in DC Comics history. Commemorate the fastest man alive with these limited mintage Precious Metal coins!
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