Pizzas of Eight Breakable Supreme Pizza Silver Coin with two Tiny Pizza Boxes
Did somebody say PIZZA?!?
Pre-sliced and ready for sharing...or not!
In a world filled with pizza it seems like there's never enough of it! Enter the permanent-pan pizza coin! Inedible, as hard as solid copper and topped with only the most finely detailed, cold-pressed ingredients delivered straight to your doorstep. Longer than 1-hour delivery guaranteed! This pizza coin is minted in our knuckle press and then pre-sliced so that it can be broken apart by hand. When broken apart, each slice has satisfying beveled edges after using the included file.
Here is a video unboxing the copper crust version:
- Supreme Pizza Coin in .999 Fine Silver, pre-sliced. 100% Arkansas-made!
- Two Miniature Pizza Boxes (hand-folding required for assembly). The perfect display packaging for your pizza. We designed, revised and prototyped, then laser-cut and stamp each box one at a time on site.
- Small nail file for removing sharp edges after breaking apart slices
- Packaging with both useful and useless pizza facts!
This coin weighs in at 31.2g, is 1.61" (41mm) around, and takes 80 tons to mint. That's the same weight as 160,000 1lb wheels of cheese!
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Original coin artwork was designed by artist and friend Michael Shantz. Engraved by Woody Maringer of Shire Post Mint.
Though it looks tasty, don't eat this pizza!
Coins are struck one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. A colorful description is included with history and facts about the coin.
Note—Each order comes packed with a handwritten envelope straight from Shire Post Mint. We will make this out to whomever is on the SHIPPING ADDRESS. If you are giving this as a gift and would like a different name on the envelope, please include the recipient's name in the Special Instructions field as you complete your order.
It was only a matter of time before the Pizza of Eight would receive the silver standard. All of the detail of the original is present here in this piece.