NGC Registry Featured Set: Niue Silver Star Wars
Posted on 1/12/2021
The timeless popularity of the Star Wars series can be seen in all collectibles, including coins. The Force is clearly with RDH2000 in his Silver $2 NGC Registry Set, The Niue Silver Star Wars Collection.
With 74 participants, this Silver $2 set is one of the most popular sets in the Niue category, second only to the Silver $2 Mint State Complete set. RDH2000 began assembling this particular collection of his in August of 2020 and determinedly climbed his way up the top of the ranks, with a most recent upgrade in December. RDH has filled an admirable 76 out of 77 slots, all with sharp and colorful images. From Luke and Leia to Darth Vader, Darth Maul and the Death Star, the colorful slideshow should not be missed. Star Wars and modern coin collectors alike are sure to enjoy.
Thank you, RDH2000 for sharing your Star Wars Niue collection with us. We look forward to your future updates in this set and in your many others!
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