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2019 Australia 1 oz Silver $5 Western Hemisphere PR-70 PCGS (FS)

2019 Australia 1 oz Silver $5 Western Hemisphere PR-70 PCGS (FS)

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The second and final release of the two-coin Proof Silver Terrestrial Dome series by the Royal Australian Mint is concluded with a 1626 map of the Western Hemisphere. This coin has a perfect Proof-70 grade certified by PCGS.

The 15th and 16th century explorations by famous explorers during this era paved the way for the world as it is today. The new found lands during this Age of Discovery are commemorated in beautiful detail on this Proof domed coin, based on historic and rare maps of the period.

Coin Highlights:
  • There is a population of {$Population} at this grade level.
  • Graded a Proof-70 by PCGS and includes the exclusive Royal Australian Mint label.
  • First Strike designation guarantees the coins were received by PCGS within the first 30 days of release from the Mint.
  • Limited mintage of 5,000 coins worldwide.
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Each coin comes in a case with an outer box along with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
  • Obverse: The Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II along with the year and face value.
  • Reverse: Features depictions of the Western Hemisphere, inspired by a 1626 map by English cartographer John Speed. The historic map depicts key discoveries in the Western Hemisphere, by famous explorers such as Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan, Sir Francis Drake and Thomas Candish.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Australian government.

This coin is the second in the two-coin Terrestrial Dome Silver coin series and features the Western Hemisphere. This limited mintage Silver domed coin with its unparalleled, intricate detailing is uniquely suited for history buffs, gift-givers and investment enthusiasts alike. Add the 2019 1 oz Silver $5 Map of the World Western Hemisphere Domed PR-70 PCGS First Strike coin to your cart today!

The earliest known maps date back to the 6th and 5th century B.C., assuming the flat Earth concept. World maps assuming a spherical Earth later appeared during the Hellenistic period. During the Age of Exploration, maps became increasingly accurate as explorers began to explore and discover new lands. Maps have been, and continue to be necessary tools to navigate the world and stir imagination for further exploration.

Christopher Columbus first sailed for "the Indies", which he believed was South Asia and East Asia in 1492. He instead reached an island after a five-week voyage, which is the present-day Bahamas. He also explored present-day Cuba and Hispaniola. His second voyage sighted various islands in the Caribbean, along with Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in 1493. Finding the hypothesized continent of South America was Columbus's mission for his third voyage. He sighted Trinidad in 1498 and made landfall in present-day Venezuela, touching mainland South America. His fourth and final voyage involved exploring Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer, organized the first circumnavigation of the Earth. Beginning in 1519, they sailed for South America and reached present-day Brazil. His expedition was completed without him, due to his death mid-voyage. Sir Francis Drake led the second circumnavigation of the Earth in a single voyage, beginning in 1577. He helped claim present-day California for the English. Thomas Cavendish, also spelled Candish, departed England in 1586 and reached present-day Chile six months later.

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