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First described in 1598 by Dutch astronomer Petrus Plancius, the Pavo constellation is most visible in August.
It’s ok to be star-struck by the Royal Australian Mint’s 2013 $5 Silver Proof Sky Domed Coin.
The colour printed silver coin is the second release of the Southern Sky series and contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver. Each stunning piece is struck with a proof finish and has a denomination of $5.
The Pavo constellation can be seen shining brilliantly in the southern sky, and it is featured on this concave reverse. This unique feature is accentuated by an iridescent background of blue and green. The constellation is surrounded by a compass-like border with navigational coordinates that lead the viewer to observe the natural occurrence in the sky.
Queen Elizabeth II’s elegant portrait is depicted on the convex obverse. ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA 2013 and 5 DOLLARS are inscribed.
Pavo is one of 12 constellations developed by Petrus Plancius in 1598. It is often referred to by the name “Peacock,” as Pavo is Latin for the colorful bird. The constellation is the radiant — or observed area — of the Delta Pavonids and August Pavonids meteor showers.
Highlighted by its domed shape and fascinating design, the coins have garnered the attention of collectors and investors worldwide. Add this shooting star to your order today!
Royal Australian Mint
Since 1965, the Royal Australian Mint has produced the country’s high-quality legal tender coins. Because of their superior standards, the mint was the first in the world to be awarded ISO 9002 accreditation.
The RAM is located in the capital city of Canberra in Australia. Along with gold and silver bullion products, the mint also manufactures medals, medallions, tokens and coins for public and private clients.
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Mint/Brand||Royal Australian Mint|
|Availability||Out of Stock|