Click title/picture for details. offer US $600.00 16 limited edition .999 fine pure silver (1 troy ounce) commemorative medallions with the likeness of each of the British released Beatles albums and the individual Beatles themselves on the front and the words "The Beatles" on the back. These coins were released between 1991 and 1994 by Enviromint of Chicago, and Licensed by Apple Corps Ltd. You will get: Please, Please Me With The Beatles A Hard Day's Night Beatles For Sale Help! Rubber Soul Revolver Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles *Magical Mystery Tour Abbey Road Let It Be *Yellow Submarine was never released and was replaced by the Magical Mystery Tour EP. This set is #1884 out of a limited edition of 10,000. The album coins measure 1 1/2 inches and have never been outside their protective plastic holders. They are in mint condition. Each of the album coins comes in it's own 4" x 6" gray padded suede-like, (with the words "The Beatles" and "Limited Edition" and an image of them in black) flip (so you can see the other side of the coin) presentation case with a booklet describing what was going on in the lives of the Beatles at the time and the story behind each album track. Very interesting for any Beatles fan. As an added bonus, each presentation case also comes with a 3 1/2" x 5" sticker of the album and a white cardboard storage box. Also included is a set of 4 coins with the likeness of each member of the Beatles. You will receive: John Lennon Paul McCartney George Harrison Ringo Starr This set is also #1884 out of a limited edition of 25,000. The set comes in a 6" x 6" black wooden presentation case with the words "The Beatles" printed in silver on the top and a black velvet interior. Each of the 4 coins have never been outside their protective plastic holders and are in mint condition. The set comes with a certificate of authenticity and a black cardboard storage box. This is a hard to find, intact, mint condition set because many fans collected only their favorite albums or started collecting the coins and then stopped, thus breaking up the set. Some fans only bought the set of 4. Finding a complete set is very rare. And finding a matching number album set and individual Beatles coin set even rarer.