Endangered And Extinct Series

Commencing with the Tasmanian Tiger, this outstanding series will feature a number of extinct or threatened animal species native to Australia. This exciting new series from the Perth MInt. Struck from 1oz of .999 pure silver in minted to a proof quality, the coins are issued as legal tender under the authority of the Governemnt of Tuvalu. Each of the coins obverse depicts the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.With no more than 5,000 of these coins will be released, each coin will be issued with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity and housed in a display case with illustrated shipper.


Tiger Coin CaseTiger Coin Shipper


Endagered And Extinct Series 2011-Present

 


Tasmainian Tiger 2011

Tasmainian Tiger

The coin's reverse features an Tasmainian Tiger and cub in colour, against a backdrop of a forest and a mountain, 1oz .999 silver coin. Released in 2011 and the first in the series no more than 5,000 of these coins have been minted.



wedgetailed Eagle 2012

Wedgetailed Eagle

The coin's reverse features an Wedgetailed Eagle in colour, against a backdrop of a forest and a mountain, 1oz .999 silver coin. Released in 2012 and the second in the series no more than 5,000 of these coins have been minted.



Tasmainian Devil 2013

Tasmainian Devil

The coin's reverse features a pair of Tasmainian Devils in colour, against a forest backdrop, 1oz .999 silver coin. Released in 2013 and the third in the series no more than 5,000 of these coins have been minted.



Green Turtle 2013

Green Turtle

This coin’s reverse features the Green Turtle in colour, swiming in the sea, a 1oz .999 silver coin. Released in 2013 and the forth coin in the series no more than 5,000 of these coins will been minted.


All images courtesy of the Perth Mint

 

Series Specifications 2011-Present

Mint: Perth Mint
Weight: 31.135 grams
Diameter: 40.60 mm
Edge: Reeded
Composition: .999 silver
Issued Date: 2011

 

Further Coin Information

More information on this release can be found at the Perth Mint.