U.S. Money Reserve Announces The First Commemorative Coin In The

Through its strategic extension Legendary Precious Metals, U.S Reserve is offering a new commemorative coin that will likely please both coin collectors and Harry Potter fans. This coin celebrates the new books and movies based in the world of Harry Potter. The first movie in this new series, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” was released in 2016 and the sequel is coming out before too long.

This sequel is generating a lot of buzz among fans. Through Legendary Precious Metals, U.S. Money Reserve has provided collectible coins inspired by entertainment. They are providing the Cook Islands Fantastic Beasts coin which is the first one in a series to be released. Up through October 31st, people seeking to own one of these coins have access to a Supernatural October Sale on the Legendary Precious Metals web portal. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/cotm/detail/545/US_Money_Reserve and https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/cotm/detail/545/US-Money-Reserve

This silver coin weighs 1 ounce and it has a high relief format struck by Germany’s BH Meyer. They used their proprietary SmartMining technology to design this coin’s distinctive high relief. The coin looks just like the MCUSA coin that makes an appearance in the movie.

This new series takes place in the 1920s, long before Harry Potter was born. The main character is magizoologist Newt Scamander who makes a trip to the United States. He is carrying a suitcase filled with magical creatures and some of them are able to escape.

He has to rely on the Muggle Jacob to find these creatures before they cause extensive damage. The first movie ends with a conclusion that could drastically impact both the wizardly world and that of the muggles. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve Team Attends the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation’s Lone Sailor Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C.
The back of this commemorative coin has the MACUSA seal on it. The front of the coin features a relief of Queen Elizabeth II. This image of the Queen was designed by Ian Rank-Broadley who has been doing her effigy since 1998. The coin is .999 silver and contains 1 ounce of this precious metal.

U.S. Reserve has been in business since 2001. They provide government-issued precious metal coins from the United States and foreign governments.

Their customer service is known to be superior and they seek to satisfy the needs of each caller. They have provided satisfaction to nearly a million customers since they were established.