Sep 032013

DemeterThe third vessel in the Famous Ships That Never Sailed series is The Demeter of Bram Stoker’s gothic horror story ‘Dracula’. The legendary tall ship sailed the ‘undead’ Count to England in what became a final and terrifying passage for her crew.

Struck from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality, the coin’s reverse portrays a representation of The Demeter and the cliff top Whitby Abbey surrounded by vampire bats. With a mintage of 3,000, the Tuvalu legal tender coin is beautifully presented in a wooden case in the shape of a book, accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

For your chance to win this stunning coin, simply rearrange the following letters to solve the anagram

Clue: Home of vampires!


How to enter: Email your answer to Mark your reply or subject line ‘September 2013 Anagram Competition’ and include your name, telephone and membership number, or the Twitter username you use to follow @perthmint. Entries close on 30 September 2013. Eligible entrants will be included in the free draw and the winner will be notified by telephone or email. (T&Cs)

Last month’s winner: Jeffrey Beck from Nevada, USA.



  5 Responses to “ANAGRAM Win A Famous Ships That Never Sailed – The Demeter 2013 1oz Silver Proof Coin”

  1. it has been so good to test our brain
    thanks and keep it up please

  2. wheres your membership indicated?

  3. You know, this is the THIRD time I emailed my answer when the newsletter with the “Win a Famous Ships That Never Sailed – The Demeter 2013 1oz Silver Proof Coin” came into the inbox.

    I always thought, better do it, never know my PREVIOUS answers ones might not get through, so maybe this time my answer will get through.

    Why the repeat? I don’t know why. When I first signed on, it was ONCE a month, now it’s THREE times a month. Crazy.

    I’ll never understand the ways of hearings. (sighs).

  4. thanks for the fun chance to win some more ag! hope i get it 🙂
    When will you run the next competition like this?


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