1oz Royal Australian Mint Beneath the Southern Skies (Limited edition) Silver Coin (Tube of 25 coins)
This new bullion coin release from the Royal Australian Mint is based upon a design draft created in 1964 by the late Stuart Devlin. Devlin was a highly distinguished Australian designer, artisan, goldsmith, and silversmith. His work still appears on much of the country’s circulating coinage. Over his lifetime, Devlin also designed coins and medallions for countries throughout the world.
The Royal Australian Mint has revived this historic design submitted to the mint by Devlin as Australia underwent decimalisation in its move away from British currency.
It’s resurrection from Devlin’s old draft archives provides collectors and investors worldwide the opportunity to honour his legacy and freshly appreciate his phenomenal artistic creativity.
These Royal Australian Mint Beneath the Southern Skies 1 oz Silver Coins come in tubes of 25 coins. The minimum order size is 1 tube. Coins can be ordered in any multiple of 25.
About the Design of the 1 oz Australian Silver Beneath the Southern Skies 2020 Coin
The obverse of 2020 1 oz Australian Silver Beneath the Southern Skies legal tender coin features a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. The bust of the Queen seen here was created for the Royal Mint of England in 2015 by Jody Clark. This version includes more of the Queens figure with her shoulders visible in the design element. Her name, the nation of issue, and the date of issue are all inscribed on this side with a global design in the background showing the longitudinal and latitudinal lines of the planet.
While the reverse face of the 2020 Australian Silver Beneath the Southern Skies Coins features a design originally created in 1964 by Stuart Devlin. It displays the globe filling the background. A large textured map of Australia overlays the map. In the sky above the map the Southern Cross constellation is marked by a series of brilliant stars. The Southern Cross is the most well known and important heavenly navigational aid in the southern hemisphere.
Along with inscriptions of the face value of 1 DOLLAR, the weight of 1 oz of silver and purity being .9999.