Star Trek  - The TROUBLE with TRIBBLES  2016 $20 1 oz Silver Coin

Star Trek - The TROUBLE with TRIBBLES 2016 $20 1 oz Silver Coin

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Each coin features an iconic scene from some of the most beloved Star Trek episodes! 

Made for the fans! An unforgettable addition to any collection, and an original gift that will be treasured and valued by the Star Trek fan in your life! 

Special Features:
  • TRUE CLASSIC EPISODE SCENES! Your coin series features pivotal scenes from some of the most beloved episodes of The Original Series!
  • Your coins are part of our celebration of the 50th anniversary of Star Trek—a television series that is beloved by generations of Canadians, and whose vision of the future helped inspire innovation in our time!
  • The past meets the present in the design: Detailed engraving and cutting-edge finishing technologies bring the characters and setting to life, while the Star Trek font adds an authentic vintage feel to this tribute.
  • EACH COIN 99.99% PURE SILVER! Your coins are crafted from 99.99% pure silver, with a limited mintage worldwide.
  • An official licensed product approved by CBS Studios. 
About each coin design:

Third coin: The Trouble with Tribbles
Your coin design recreates a key scene that has remained a fan favourite, even beyond the Star Trek community. Selective colour brings to life the engraved image of Captain James T. Kirk (portrayed by Canadian actor William Shatner) in his green Starfleet uniform. He stands half-buried in a pile of small, furry creatures known as Tribbles, which have fallen out of an overhead compartment. Engraved in a special Star Trek font is the word "CANADA", the face value "20 DOLLARS" and the year "2016".

Did you know….

  • The episode was one of four Star Trek episodes nominated for a Hugo Award in 1968, and won for Best Dramatic Presentation; it would be the only television series to do so until 25 years later.
  • It is also the only Star Trek episode to win a Writers Guild of America (WGA) Award.
  • It is one of several episodes that were digitally re-mastered, with changes that include enhanced shots of the planet as seen from space.
  • After several script changes, filming took just a little over a week in February 1967 and cost considerably more than the average budget for an episode; in fact, it was the first season's most expensive episode produced.


  • Composition: 99.99% pure silver
  • Finish: Proof
  • Weight (g) 31.39
  • Diameter (mm) 38
  • Edge: serrated
  • Certificate: serialized
  • Face value: $20
  • Mintage: 11,500