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Featuring one of the most easily recognizable animals on earth, these APMEXclusive® coins from the Perth Mint honor the great hammerhead shark. This coin has a maximum mintage of just 300,000 coins, adding collectibility to the .999 fine Silver content.
- Contains 1/2 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Multiples of 25 come in a tube. 500 coins will come in "Monster" boxes. Individual coins come in a plastic flip.
- Second release in the APMEXclusive® Perth Mint Shark Series.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: The Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination.
- Reverse: Features a great hammerhead shark, surrounded by the name, weight and purity, along with the Perth Mint's "P" mintmark.
Protect your Silver Shark coin in style by adding an attractive display box to your order.
The Perth Mint has once again produced a coin enjoyed by all. Add the 2015 1/2 oz Silver Hammerhead Shark to your cart today!
It is dusk, and the great hammerhead shark scours the sea floor for its next meal. This solitary predator is different from other sharks. The great hammerhead shark’s uniquely hammer-shaped head and sickle-shaped dorsal fin is recognized worldwide. Seeing this image in person is fascinating enough, but seeing hundreds of great hammerhead sharks migrating up the coastlines is a sight to behold. We have marveled at the sight of this oddly shaped shark for centuries. This intriguingly shaped shark is why the design of the 1/2 oz Silver Great Hammerhead Shark coin has been created by the Perth Mint.
We have received these Silver coins as an APMEXclusive® from the Perth Mint, which means you will be unable to get this beautiful design anywhere else. This exclusivity, combined with a strictly low mintage, adds an aspect of collectibility to these low premium Silver coins.
The magnificent great hammerhead shark is the largest species of hammerhead, growing up to 20 feet in length. On average they are around 11 feet long and weigh 500 pounds. They can be distinguished from other shark species by the shape of their head and the tall, curved first dorsal fin.