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2019 AUS 1 oz Silver $1 Batavia Shipwreck (Abrasions)

2019 AUS 1 oz Silver $1 Batavia Shipwreck (Abrasions)

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This unique, triangular-shaped coin depicts the Batavia, one of Australia's oldest shipwrecks in 1 ounce of .999 fine Silver. There is a limited mintage of 20,000 coins available in this release. This coin may have abrasions/scratches.

Coin Highlights:
  • Limited mintage of 20,000 coins worldwide.
  • Coin may have abrasions/scratches.
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Obverse: Depicts fighting between the survivors, along with the Queen Elizabeth II effigy.
  • Reverse: Depicts two scenes to communicate the journey of the Batavia. With the image of the ship viewed upright, the Batavia is shown to set sail in full glory. Flipping the coin to view the "1629" text upright depicts the ship its final state, capsized shortly after wrecking in that year.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Australian government.

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The first release of an Australian Shipwreck series from Royal Australian Mint depicts one of Australia's oldest shipwrecks, the ill-fated Batavia. The design depicts the story of the shipwreck and events that followed on this limited mintage, Silver coin. Don't miss your opportunity to add this discounted 2019 Australia 1 oz Silver Batavia Shipwreck Triangular coin to your cart today!

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