The red-backed spider is well known to all Australians, as it is one of the continent's worst spiders. Its references often found in the poetry and prose of Australian authors. It still scares people, because it can quickly settle next to them, in their homes. He weaves his strange spider webs in remote places, doing a great job of hunting different insects. Fortunately, in the 1950s, he stopped bringing death. He hasn't killed a single person since, but his red mark on his body is known to all Australians even now. This spider is as beautiful as it is dangerous, so it became part of Australia's Most Dangerous coin collection.
On our website, you can buy Australia Red Back Spider coin in two designs. On this coin, the spider is threateningly overhanging North and South America, as if wrapping the planet with its web. The coin has a very bright design, supplemented by an inscription with the name of this spider. The second coin from this series came out with a homogeneous blue background without continents. Turn the coin to see the image of Elizabeth II, the value, country, and year of issue.
This coin made of 999 silver, so it's a precious investment. The brilliant design of the coin is due to the finish of Ruthenium, painted on top. You will also love the packaging in which the coin comes. It is a transparent protective capsule that can work as a stand for the silver round if you want to leave it on the visible place. You will get it in a themed box, where you will also find the necessary documents for the coin.
Great gift and wonderful addition for your collection! Ready for shipping! Brand new, freshly minted with a Presentation Case and in a Capsule - do not hesitate!
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2 customer reviews
Outstanding coin!Review by Kyson (Posted on July 11, 2020)
Outstanding coin! They come prepackaged in an acrylic capsule to guarantee no damage to this limited mint collection. Love it!
Unusual coinReview by Matt (Posted on July 11, 2020)
Australia Red Back Spider is an unusual coin with awesome design. I like the way the design works on both sides of the coin.