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The third coin from the heart-warming Mother’s Love series features a mother giraffe and her calf nuzzling in the savannah. Struck by The Perth Mint from 1/2oz of 99.99% pure silver, and available in a presentation case and shipper, the coin is limited to an issue of 4,500.

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

Clue: The giraffe’s favourite food source


How to enter: Email your answer to anagram@perthmint.com.au marking your reply ‘June 2014 Anagram Competition’ in the subject line. Please include your name, address and telephone number. Entries close on 30 June 2014. Eligible entrants will be included in the free draw and the winner will be notified by telephone or email. Terms and conditions.

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Last month’s winner: Darla Coon, Ohio, USA for the correct answer ‘Human Laughter’


  9 Responses to “ANAGRAM Win a Mother’s Love – Giraffe 2014 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin”

  1. I don’t think it is fair to have to change to Microsoft account to participate in your anagram drawing. I don’t need another program and all that will come with it. If this is a source of income for you, gathering accounts for Microsoft, count me out. If you feel I’m out of line please remove me from you E-Mail list and I won’t be bothered by your action.

  2. The mother giraffe’s love is beautiful.

  3. Congrats to the US winner!

  4. Finally a U.S. Winner congratulations Darla Coon from Ohio!!!!

  5. Next winner should be from Europe! 😛 🙂 Best of luck to everyone!

  6. The Island Nation of Tuvalu is a lovely place. I was there for work purposes in the early eighties and the people of the islands were very welcoming. We were invited into their houses to eat with them and even had the opportunity to attend some local festivals. I was only there for about 5 weeks but had an amazing time, even diving in the lagoon with inquisitive reef sharks. They didn’t bother us as there was so much else around that was smaller and didn’t get out of the water.

    It is good to see coins being struck as legal tender in other countries, though when we were there the Aussie dollar was accepted everywhere.

  7. Hi Ross

    Thanks for painting such a great picture of your experiences in Tuvalu.


    Blog Team


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