This classic engraved coin features a replica image of the 1930s poster for the 29th Silly Symphony cartoon Flowers and Trees. Released on 30 July 1932 by Walt Disney Productions it was the first cartoon to be made in color. The design incorporates both color and engraving to great effect.
Flowers and Trees is the 29th Silly Symphony cartoon, released on July 30, 1932 by Walt Disney Productions. A landmark in Disney animation, it was the first cartoon to be made in color – at Walt Disney's insistence. It was also the first to earn him an Academy Award. The story concerns two trees in love who are threatened by a jealous old stump that attempts to burn the forest down in order to destroy them. But he only succeeds in reducing himself to ash. The plants and animals of the forest survive the fire and celebrate the trees' wedding.
* Original Packaging and Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
* Struck from 99.9% pure Proof Silver
* Replica of the Original Movie Poster from 1932
* The 2017 Flowers and Trees Poster Coin has an extremely limited mintage of only 10,000!
This stunningly colored and engraved 1 oz. silver coin features a replica image of the original 1932Flowers and Trees poster.
Issued by New Zealand Mint as legal tender of the South Pacific island nation of Niue, the coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2017 year-date and the monetary denomination.
The Flowers and Trees 1oz Silver Coin is presented in a clever perspex holder, designed to frame the coin and allow for easy display. The Certificate of Authenticity sits within the packaging, and both are of a complementary design. There is a worldwide limited mintage of only 10,000 coins.
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