5 Dollars - Elizabeth II 6th Portrait - Western Taipan - Silver Proof
|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
5.00 AUD = 3.57 USD
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Australia's Most Dangerous
6th crowned portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the George IV State Diadem and the Victorian Coronation Necklace
A Skeletal form of a Western Taipan depicted over a map of Australia with a shaded outline showing where they are found in Central Australia.
MintRoyal Australian Mint, Canberra, Australia (1965-date)
This Fine Silver (.999) Proof coin was issued by the RAM. It is part of a three-coin series: ‘Australia’s Most Dangerous’ featuring some of Australia’s deadliest animals reproduced in skeletal form.
A sinuous and elegant Western Taipan snake lunges at its prey – in skeletal form. The Western Taipan, Australia’s most venomous terrestrial snake, is feared and respected in equal measure. This is the third in a three-coin series that showcases Australia’s Most Deadly animals, in a unique and beautiful way.
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