Blue Supermoon Coin - Large 1.5" Anodized Niobium

$137.00

 Once in a blue moon... 

This special edition of our Moon coin features a geographically (technically it's selenographically) correct 91,196,160:1 scale design of the surface texture of Earth's Moon's near and far side. A great worry coin, gift, or reminder coin. 

  • struck in solid niobium 
  • anodized blue
  • 1.5" coin 
  • 1 oz / 31 g niobium
  • archival packaging comes with description of the coin and Moon Facts! 

Designed and engraved by Woody Maringer. Learn more about our artists.

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JJ S.
Once in a blue moon...or twice?

i love the selenographically correct surfaces (cos i memorised them as a kid; fake details on ostensible "moon" coins just look wrong) and this 1.5" moon is big, heavy and chunky enough to show my mates (I think the 1 inchers are for girls? lol). I have 1 as a charm and bought another 1 as a coin..so once in 2 blue moons... SPM 1.5" stuff is addictive.... :D

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Jason H.
Blue Supermoon - About Time!

I wondered why they did not have a supermoon version of their Blue Moon Coin. One of the best looking members of this series, it needed a larger update. As with the others, the details of the moon were painstakingly etched. A must-buy.

Each order comes packed with a handwritten envelope sealed with wax straight from Shire Post Mint! Unless changed, we will hand write the name of the person listed in the Shipping Address.

If ordering a gift or if you'd like to customize your handwritten name, please include the recipient's name in the Personalization Options field as you complete your order.

One envelope is included in your order, if you would like to purchase additional handwritten Gift Envelopes, you can find them here.

Shire Post Mint coins are struck one at a time in West Fork, Arkansas, USA using solid metals, hand-engraved designs, antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. For antiqued coins, the coloring/patina process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science so coins will vary slightly. Our unique packaging includes a description of each coin and translations if applicable.

We collaborate with many artists to create our coins. Learn more about our artists.

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