2020 AUS 1 oz Silver Voyage of Discovery Endeavour 1770-2020

2020 AUS 1 oz Silver Voyage of Discovery Endeavour 1770-2020

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This special release celebrates the 250th anniversary of the British Royal Navy’s research vessel Endeavour reaching Australia in 1770.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • The coin is housed in a classic display case with a clear lid. Packaged in a gift box with a bow, each coin is accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity.
  • Obverse: Features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2020 year-date, and the monetary denomination.
  • Reverse: The coin’s reverse design features a representation of HM Bark Endeavour against an outline of the east coast of Australia. Depicted in the background are various flora including Banksia, named after Joseph Banks, and wattle. Also included in the design is a representation of a compass, the inscription ‘ENDEAVOUR 1770-2020’ and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mint mark.

Endeavour's exploration of the Pacific Ocean had a tremendous impact on navigation leading to the first largescale hydrographic surveys and advancements in the measurement of longitude. Add this beautiful commemorative Voyage Discovery Endeavour coin to your cart today!

HM Bark Endeavour, captained by James Cook, embarked on its Pacific voyage on August 26, 1768 with instructions to chart the transit of Venus across the sun at the equator. Subsequently charting New Zealand in 1769, the British expedition sighted the east coast of Australia at Point Hicks on April 20, 1770. As Endeavour sailed north, Cook charted the coast before making first landfall at a wide, shallow bay south of present-day Sydney on April 29, 1770. Naturalist Joseph Banks recorded so many previously unknown botanical specimens at this location that Cook named the area ‘Botany Bay’. The ship also stopped at what has since become known as the Town of 1770 before Endeavour struck the Great Barrier Reef and ran aground near Cooktown on 11 June. The voyage was delayed while repairs were carried out. The ship then rounded Cape York, stopping at Possession Island in the Torres Strait on August 22nd.


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Posted By:donkeyrat

From:las vegas

Date:Dec 11, 2020

nice box display

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had to order a second one??????

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