(NEW) 2016-2017 Upper Deck Grandeur Hockey Commemorative Coin Set

(NEW) 2016-2017 Upper Deck Grandeur Hockey
Commemorative Coin Set

$ 119.95
In-Stock : 20

Product Description

2016-17 UPPER DECK GRANDEUR HOCKEY COIN COLLECTION BOX



Each Box contains One Gold or Silver Hockey Coin featuring an NHL Superstar!


The first series of limited edition coins are minted in four finishes of precious metals and feature 20 superstar hockey players. The collection includes 1 oz. 99.99% pure silver coins available in three finishes and rarities. 99.99% pure 1/4 oz. gold coins are also available and include your favorite hockey players.

Upper Deck is bringing a new, exciting and unique element to the world of coin collecting with tried and true "blind bag" packaging; meaning that consumers will not know which finish or player they have until the sealed package is opened.

Originally exclusive to Canada via CIBC branch locations!

The collection includes 1 oz. 99.99% pure silver coins available in three finishes and rarities: colored, numbered to 5,000; high-relief silver, numbered to 1,000; and silver frosted, numbered to 500, per player. There is also a more rare 1/4 oz. 99.99% 24-karat gold minted coin, numbered to just 100, per player. The 20 players include Hall of Famers Wayne Gretzky and Patrick Roy, as well as current superstars Connor McDavid, Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin and Henrik Lundqvist, among others.


PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

1 Oz Silver Coin:

Composition: 99.99% Fine Silver
Weight (g): 31.1g (1 oz)
Diameter: 38.1 mm

These coins are serialized and come in 3 finishes:

1. Silver Base: 5,000 per player
2. High Relief: 1,000 per player
3. Frosted: 500 per player

1/4 Oz Gold Coin:

Composition: 99.99% Fine Gold
Weight (g): 7.797g (1/4 oz)
Diameter: 29.1 mm

These coins are serialized and come in 1 finish.

There are 100 per player.


CHECKLIST:

Patrice Bergeron, Boston
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh
Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton
Patrick Kane, Chicago
Henrik Lundqvist, New York
Connor McDavid, Edmonton
William Nylander, Toronto
Carey Price, Montreal
Daniel Sedin, Vancouver
John Tavares, Brooklyn
Dustin Byfuglien, Winnipeg
Jack Eichel, Buffalo
Jaromir Jagr, Florida
Dylan Larkin, Detroit
Erik Karlsson, Ottawa
Sean Monahan, Calgary
Alex Ovechkin, Washington
Patrick Roy, Montreal
Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis
Jonathan Toews, Chicago


One Coin Per Box