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1 oz 2014 Australian Saltwater Crocodile Silver Bullion Coin - QEII
1 oz 2014 Australian Saltwater Crocodile Silver Bullion Coin - QEII

1 oz 2014 Australian Saltwater Crocodile Silver Bullion Coin - QEII

Very popular product no longer in production

In Stock
from $68.18
Mint: Perth Mint
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Denomination: 1 AUD
Design: Saltwater Crocodile
Country: Australia
Condition: Mint Condition
Composition: Silver
Weight (grams): 31.103
Weight (troy/oz): 1
Purity (%): 99.9
Thickness (mm): 4
Diameter (mm): 40.6
Pricing
1 - 9
$83.18
10 +
$68.18
All KJC product prices are fully inclusive of insurance for world wide delivery.
Product Description:

Highlights:
* Stuck at the Perth Mint
* Australian legal tender
* Saltwater Crocodile design

The Saltwater Crocodile is the largest reptile in the world in terms of body mass, and is found in suitable habitats from northern Australia through Southeast Asia to the eastern coast of India. Males can reach up to 7 meters in length and can weigh over 1,000 kilograms, while females are significantly smaller, generally reaching only 4 meters in length, and weighing up to 100 kilograms.

Despite their name, the saltwater crocodile not only inhabits salt water but is just as happy in fresh, brackish and saline water in ponds, swamps, lakes, creeks, streams, rivers, billabongs and the ocean.

The saltwater crocodile is an extremely formidable and opportunistic predator capable of killing almost any animal that enters its territory, propelling itself through the water with surprising speed. Their sheer enormity makes them the most dangerous of all crocodiles to humans.

This 1 oz silver bullion coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965.