Time magazine once called Trivial Pursuit "the biggest phenomenon in game history" - over 100 million copies have been sold. And this year it is 35 years since the official launch of the game in 1982.
The Trivial Pursuit game was invented in Canada – an achievement that the Royal Canadian Mint is celebrating with this impressive coin.
This important new issue is a Piedfort or “double weight” coin. Piedforts are struck on superior double-thickness blanks and finished to the very highest proof finish.
Struck in .999 Pure Silver, the reverse features six individual wedges that have been carefully highlighted with coloured enamel to recreate the iconic colours of each category. The obverse carries the Susanna Blunt portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The coin also comes in its own deluxe wooden presentation case with custom packaging that mimics a Trivial Pursuit game board and box.
Out of the 10,000 edition limit, we have just 85 of these coins remaining and it is unlikely we'll be able to secure anymore as they are already selling fast. In fact, every single Canadian Piedfort to date has sold out and no doubt this one will too.
Do not miss out on this special opportunity. Order yours today.
2017 Canada Trivial Pursuit Fine Silver Piedfort Coin
(+ £3.99 p&p)
- Weight: 31.39g
- Diameter: 34mm
- Metal: 99.99% silver
- Finish: Proof
- Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II (Susanna Blunt)
- Reverse: Six coloured wedges as seen in the game
- Country of issue: Canada
- Edition limit: 10,000
- Year of issue: 2017
(+ £3.99 p&p)