Star Trek 1/2 oz. Pure Silver Colored Coin - Uhura (2016)

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Star Trek 1/2 oz. Pure Silver Colored Coin - Uhura (2016)

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  • Real Canadian currency

  • 1/2 oz. pure silver

  • Comes encapsulated

  • Presented in a premium graphic box



"...To boldly go where no man has gone before."
– Captain James T. Kirk

Since its television debut, Star Trek's imaginative storylines have brought fans on an incredible journey through time and space. Kirk, Scotty, Uhura, and Spock—they served as our fictional trailblazers in an exciting new frontier that seemed as boundless as our imaginations. Guided by the Prime Directive and a spirit of discovery, the adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew introduced viewers to more than 70 different new worlds while encountering nearly as many alien species.

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek—a television series that is beloved by generations of fans, and whose vision of the future helped inspire innovation in our time!

Special Features:

EACH COIN IS 99.99% PURE SILVER! Contrasting finishes enhance the intricate engraving, while vibrant selective color captures the character’s likeness in 99.99% pure silver.

STUNNING CUSTOM BOXES! Each coin is encapsulated and enclosed in a stunning custom box! Durable yet lightweight, the colorful packaging boasts a contemporary design and features an illustrated portrait of the Star Trek character alongside the Star Trek 50th anniversary logo.

A one-of-a-kind addition to any collection and an unforgettable gift that will be treasured and valued by the Star Trek fan in your life!

An official licensed product approved by CBS Studios.

Communications Officer Uhura 
Your coin features selective color and detailed engraving in the side-by-side depiction of a beloved Star Trek character, and the innovative Trek technology that is often associated with her. On the left side is a portrait of Communications Officer Nyota Uhura (portrayed by actress Nichelle Nichols) in a red uniform as she holds the scientific device designed for data sensing and analysis: the tricorder. A larger engraved rendering of a tricorder is to the right and offers a closer glimpse of the screen on its rotating hood, its control buttons and compartments, and the shoulder strap that allows it to be carried during away missions. Both Uhura and the tricorder casually overlap the outline of Starfleet's Delta Shield Insignia engraved in the background.