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New Saltwater Crocodile coins suit those with a taste for gold and silver bullion

Topics [ silver bullion coins Australian Saltwater Crocodile gold bullion coins ]

Said to have the most powerful bite in the animal kingdom, Australia’s formidable Saltwater Crocodile is superbly represented on these stunning bullion coins for investors.

‘Salties’, as they are referred to down under, are the largest reptiles in the world. Fearsome and opportunistic predators capable of killing almost any animal that enters their territory, they can propel themselves through water with lightning speed. Over six metres in length, their sheer enormity makes them the most dangerous of all crocodiles to humans.

Struck from 1/2oz of 99.99% pure silver, and 1/4oz of 99.99% pure gold, the 2017-dated releases are suitable for anyone wishing to hold precious metal in the trusted form of Australian legal tender.

The silver version is available individually in a plastic pouch, or in multiples of 25 in a protective acrylic tube sealed with a tamper-evident security seal. For anyone maximising the benefit of volume breaks, large orders of 20 tubes are supplied in a free monster box for easy storage.

The gold version is available individually in a capsule.

To acquire this gold and silver investment opportunity in Australia, buyers can visit The Perth Mint Bullion Trading Room at 310 Hay Street in East Perth, or call our Bullion Line on 1300 201 112. Alternatively, registered clients can order online at perthmintbullion.com.

For all other enquiries, please contact your local bullion dealer.

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