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Why order this $1 Australian 2017-P 1 oz. Silver Wedge-Tailed Eagle Coin
This 1 oz. Silver 2017-P $1 Australian Wedge-Tailed Eagle is the perfect choice for bird lovers. The coin bears the "P" mint mark of the Perth Mint, where it was struck from .999 fine silver.
Exquisite Wedge-Tailed Eagle Design by John Mercanti
Like other Australian coins, this piece's obverse bears Ian Rank-Broadley's right-side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing a tiara. Her name, "ELIZABETH II," is inscribed along the rim, as are the country of issue, "AUSTRALIA," and face value, "1 DOLLAR."
The reverse features a powerful image of the bird for which the coin is named. The bird is shown perched upon a tree stump with its head turned to the left, offering the holder an outstanding view of every detail of the remarkable creature. The design was the creation of John Mercanti, former Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. The name of the coin, "AUSTRALIAN WEDGE-TAILED EAGLE," is inscribed along the rim.
Flawless Mint State 70 with Exclusive Mercanti Signed ANA Label
This coin received a perfect grade of Mint State 70 from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). That grade indicates that a coin lacks even a single imperfection that can be seen under 5x magnification. NGC provided that grade on a label that celebrates the American Numismatics Association's 2017 World's Fair of Money and was signed by John Mercanti.
Add this 2017-P 1 oz. Silver $1 Australian Wedge-Tailed Eagle to your collection today.
|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Variety:||Denver ANA 2017|
|Label/Signature:||Exclusive Mercanti Signed ANA Label|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1032 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
The Perth Mint’s landmark Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle series boasts the first ever collaboration between a former United States Mint Chief Engraver and a foreign mint. The series features one of Australia's most iconic birds of prey, the Wedge Tailed Eagle. Learn more about the series, its history, and the Australian Eagle it celebrates.