100 Dollars - Elizabeth II 6th Portrait - Vergulde Draeck - Gold Proof
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100.00 AUD = 71 USD
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The wrecking of the Vergulde Draeck in 1656
Series: Australian Shipwrecks
Sixth portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the King George IV State Diadem and the Victorian Coronation Necklace set within a small circle at the top of the triangle. Below an image of the shipwreck and sailors attempting to flee on a lifeboat. Below that a chest full of gold coins with some spilling out
ELIZABETH II • AUSTRALIA 2020
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
Depicts the Vergulde Draeck ship, surrounded by decorative maritime ornaments.
Text is upside down.
1oz .9999 Au
MintRoyal Australian Mint, Canberra, Australia (1965-date)
In 1656 the Dutch vessel Vergulde Draeck was wrecked off the shore of Western Australia. In spite of frantic rescue efforts, the survivors were never located. The mystery of the Vergulde Draeck is featured on this 2020 $1 1oz Silver Triangular Investment Coin, the second in the four-part Australian Shipwrecks series. This fine investment coin is struck by the Royal Australian Mint .
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