The HMS Endeavour is one of the most significant ships ever to sail in the British Royal Navy. Built in 1764 and eventually commissioned into the Royal Navy in 1768, the Endeavour would go on a remarkable journey around the world before meeting a fate not befitting her history. Today, the 2018 1 oz Rwandan HMS Endeavour Nautical Ounce Silver Coin is available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of individual plastic wrapping or sheets of 10 coins!
- 2nd design issued in the Rwandan Nautical Ounce collection!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- The face value of 50 Rwandan Francs is fully backed by Rwandas government.
- On the obverse is a depiction of the HMS Endeavour as she sails toward the horizon.
- The reverse side of the coin features the Rwandan coat of arms.
The new Rwandan Nautical Ounce Series of coins launched with the Santa Maria coin honoring the lead ship in Christopher Columbus journey to the New World. In the second release, one of the greatest Royal Navy ships in history appears in a design paying homage to its incredible global journey.
All 2018 1 oz Rwandan HMS Endeavour Nautical Ounce Silver Coins are available to you in one of two purchase options. Individual coins are available to you sealed in plastic wrapping, or you can purchase multiples of 10 in sealed sheets. All coins in this listing are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The HMS Endeavour was commissioned in the Royal Navy on 26 May 1768, and almost immediately set out on a journey of unbelieve magnitude for her era. Leaving Plymouth, UK in August 1768, the HMS Endeavour rounded Cape Horn and arrived in Tahiti in 1769. Captained by James Cook, the Endeavour reached the coast of New Zealand by September 1769 and became the first European vessel to arrive there since the Heemskerck 127 years before.
On the obverse of the 2018 1 oz Rwandan HMS Endeavour Nautical Ounce Silver Coin is a depiction of the impressive ship as it sails the worlds oceans. Endeavours journey didnt end in New Zealand. The vessel reached Australias east coast in April 1770, sailed north along the Australian coast, and eventually rounded the Cape of Good Hope in March 1771 before returning to Dover, UK on 12 July 1771, three years after its departure from England.
The reverse side of the Rwandan HMS Endeavour Nautical Ounce Silver Coin includes the coat of arms for the nation of Rwanda, along with the engravings of the national bank of Rwanda and the coins face value in Rwandan Francs.
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