Crafted by the well known Perth Mint located in Australia, the silver 1 oz Australian Saltwater Crocodiles are one of the mints newest additions. Like the RCM, the Perth Mint was founded in the late 1800s as a branch of the Royal Mint of England. Now, the mint is out of English hands but is still tasked with the duty of producing most of Australia’s coinage. These stunningly detailed coins depict the image of The Bindi, a female Australian crocodile that lives at the Australian Zoo and was a personal favorite of the late Steve Irwin. These coins are legal tender in Australia, but their purity and rarity make them much more useful to investors and collectors. JM Bullion is ecstatic to offer you these beautifully designed coins that are gaining worldwide renown not only for their exceptional purity, but also for their beautifully intricate design. The Saltwater Crocodile is made with 1 oz of .999 pure silver, as indicated on the coin itself. The obverse side of the coin is dominated by the detailed image of the Bindi with her jaws spread wide ready to clamp down on unwary prey. These coins were minted to commemorate what is one of the most unique and revered animals in all of Australia, as well as to celebrate Australian wildlife in general. As is the case with most Perth Mint coins, the reverse side features the profile image of Queen Elizabeth II. Also featured on the reverse side is the $1 AUS face value the coin holds.
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