Royal Australian Mint 2013 Silver Saltwater Crocodiles - Bindi

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Mintage of only 10,000!
This is the first issue of the Saltwater Crocodile Series. Containing 1 oz of .999 silver, this coin depicts the Bindi. The Bindi is a female crocodile that has been at the Australia Zoo for the past 25 years and was Steve Irwin's favorite crocodile. Steve Irwin was so dedicated to this crocodile that he named his daughter after her.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 72617
Year: 2013
Grade: Frosted Uncirculated
Denomination: $1
Diameter: 40 mm
Thickness: N/A mm


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Very nice coin, in my ...

By Chris

from TX

Comments about Royal Australian Mint 2013 Silver Saltwater Crocodiles - Bindi:

Very nice coin, in my opinion it was minted very well while gives a great effect with the croc on the reverse of the coin. The mouth is open outwards, like it is coming out of the coin and it works very well. I like the Kangaroos also minted by RAM that come on similar cards, so I'm happy to get some nice croc coins with similar packaging, oh and did I mention this is a very attractive coin? Royal Australia Mint have many nice coins they mint, and this is a great example in my opinion.

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