COMIC CON AUDIENCE WILL MARVEL AT NEW LONDON MINT OFFICE COMICOINS
This weekend’s MCM London Comic Con at the ExCel October 27-29 will feature an absolute must for fans with a limited number of free, official MARVELlous ComiCoins struck by The London Mint Office, the company famous for selling commemorative coins celebrating global historic events and milestones.
The ComiCoins are gold plated and feature the MCM Comic Con branding on the front, with The London Mint Office on the back, and are completely free on a first come first served, one per customer basis at one of the UK’s largest comic book events. The London Mint Office is also offering an upgraded, coloured ComiCoin exclusive to the event.
Managing Director of The London Mint Office, Greg Prosser said: “The London Mint Office is best known for our traditional coins such as Sovereigns, Guineas and Crowns, so the ComiCoins take us into exciting new super hero territory. We are delighted with the quality and I think they are going to be extremely popular with legions of comic fans next weekend.”
The London Mint Office is the exclusive distributor of official MARVEL coins in the UK, and will also use the event to unveil three brand new MARVEL light up coins - the Captain America 75th Anniversary Shield coin, Doctor Strange silver coin and the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 collection.
The London Mint Office is a trusted and respected partner for a large number of British coin collectors. Gold, silver and other precious metals have fascinated mankind for many centuries, making coin collecting a popular hobby the world over. The London Mint Office is at the centre of British numismatics, bringing the fascinating world of coin collecting to both existing and new collectors.
The London Mint Office is part of the Samlerhuset Group, one of Europe’s largest coin companies which operates in 14 European countries, and is involved in the striking of the Nobel Peace Prize. Together with our sister organisations across Europe, The London Mint Office provides a wide range of coins from ancient to modern, originating from virtually every country in the world. Visit www.londonmintoffice.org for more information.
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