Home Videos Photos
PerezHilton CocoPerez The Duggars Taylor Swift Bruce Jenner PerezTV Contact Perez

New Zealand Unveils Their Star Wars Collector Coin Sets! Real Money!

| Filed under: Film FlickersEtc.

Star Wars Coin Sets

Damn! Is the global economy THAT bad!?!

New Zealand is hoping the Force can help their bottom line:

New Zealand Mint is proud to launch one of cinema’s most enduring and beloved franchises, Star Wars, as a legal tender coin set. These coin series will be hugely popular for both Star Wars devotees and coin-collectors alike. This first series is a limited mintage and are quite simply out of this Universe. Don’t deny the Force within you, and get your set today.

At a face value of $2, they're going to sell for much more. You can spend about $400 for a set!

On a tight budget? No worries, you can buy them individually too. Each of the 40 character coins will be going for near $20. So pick a favorite!

Tags: , , , , ,

Email this  »
Star Wars: The Force Awakens -- Everything We Know So Far!
All The Marvel Movies Ranked!
12 Of The Most Controversial Banned Movie Posters!
The Cast Of Disney's Live Action Beauty And The Beast!
Guess The Abs Of These Magic Mike XXL Hotties!
10 Disney Animated Movies That STILL Need A Live-Action Reboot!

7 comments to “New Zealand Unveils Their Star Wars Collector Coin Sets! Real Money!”



  1. 1

    Im kiwi, and have never heard of it. Sounds like bull!



  2. 2

    the global economy is fine, its the American economy bringing down the rest of the world



  3. 3

    I'm from NZ too, and its not us changing our coins - I think its Niue? Or one of the other small Pacific Islands.



  4. 4

    they are just being made by the NZ mint, but are not legal currency there, only in Niue are they legal currency.



  5. 5

    Shouldn't they be making LOTR coins instead? I mean after all, Peter Jackson did make the country a name again.



  6. 6

    i didnt think it was new zealand either (i am also kiwi)!.



  7. 7

    Pre-1964 Dimes, Quarters, Halves are 90% Silver.
    Pre 1981 Pennies are 90% Copper.