The Royal Canadian Mint’s (RCM) new Superman coins turned into super sellers, with the four coins selling out in just days. The coins were unveiled on Aug. 29, at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto by Peter Van Loan, leader of the government in the House of Commons, and Patrick Hadsipantelis, vice-president of marketing and communications at the Royal Canadian Mint. The coins went on sale on Sept. 2 at RCM boutiques in Ottawa, Winnipeg and Vancouver, as well as distributors and participating Canada Post outlets. By Sept. 8, the RCM’s inventory was gone, with all four coins listed as sold out at the Mint’s website. However some retailers may still have inventory. Continue reading →
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