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Silver Australian Saltwater Crocodile coins sometimes arrive from the Perth Mint with blemishes, including milk spots, scratch marks, die polishing, rim dings, luster breaks and general wear. Provident Metals cannot guarantee that your selected coin will not have imperfections; all coins are direct from the mint and not tampered with in any way. As none are second-hand items, and they're a limited mintage product, we will not be accepting returns.
Each 2014 Saltwater Crocodile coin is composed of 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver and arrives in brilliant uncirculated condition.
Multiples of 25 coins will arrive in original Perth Mint tubes. Multiples of 500 coins will arrive in original Perth Mint monster boxes.
Like a crocodile lurking in shallow waters, attack and grab hold of the this 2014 1 oz Silver Australian Saltwater Crocodile coin -- before it gets away.
Each piece was produced by the Perth Mint of Australia and contains 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
The reverse features a prowling saltwater crocodile with its jaw agape — displaying vicious teeth used to grip prey in a bite stronger than any other animal today. Inscriptions around the expertly-detailed design read AUSTRALIAN SALTWATER CROCODILE and 2014 1 oz 999 SILVER, as well as a Perth mint mark.
A portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is included on the obverse. ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA and 1 DOLLAR are inscribed.
Strike at the 2014 Saltwater Crocodile before it escapes. Order from Provident Metals today, and the world’s largest reptile will be at your door in just days.
About the Saltwater Crocodile
Known as “salties” to many Australians, Saltwater Crocs are the world’s largest living reptiles. Males can grow to be 22 feet long and weigh nearly 4,000 pounds — though the average size is between 14 and 17 feet, with a weight of 2,000 pounds.
The reptile has been known to attack various creatures that venture into its territory, including wild boar, deer, monkeys and pythons, to name a few. Salties are not picky eaters and will eat anything, from small species to larger game.
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|