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2004 Silver Proof Two Dollar

The Type II two dollar coin was introduced into circulation in 1999 and continues to be regularly issued today. It features the new Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse with the standard Horst Hanhe design of an Aboriginal Elder, the Southern Cross constellation, and a grass tree on the reverse. Glossary obverse: The heads side of the coin reverse: The tails side of the coin ...

1925 Penny

The 1925 penny is a key date of the penny series, after Australia's glamour coin, the 1930 penny. A total of 117,600 pennies were struck at the Melbourne mint that year, along with 832,000 pennies at the Sydney mint indicating a total mintage of 949,600 coins. The soon to close Sydney Mint however, struck pennies that year using 1924 dies and consequently only 117,600 pennies were struck with the date of 1925 making it the 2nd scarcest business strike penny . ...

2003 Two Dollar

The Type II two dollar coin was introduced into circulation in 1999 and continues to be regularly issued today. It features the new Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse with the standard Horst Hanhe design of an Aboriginal Elder, the Southern Cross constellation, and a grass tree on the reverse. Glossary obverse: The heads side of the coin reverse: The tails side of the coin ...

1930 Proof Penny

The George V Penny series, lasting throughout George V's reign from 1911 to 1936, features a partitioned, circular reverse design with COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA around the outer ring with the year at the bottom and ONE PENNY within the inner ring. The obverse features the crowned bust of King George V facing to the left and the legend, GEORGIVS V D.G. BRITT : OMN : REX F. D. IND : IMP . Like most George V series, this a very popular series to collect. In lower grade, all dates can be ...

2005 One Dollar

This commemorative one dollar coin represents the joy and relief that was felt during the victory celebrations that took place once the Second World War was finally over. It was issued in 2005, marking 60 years since the end of the war and this coin known as Peace is a fitting tribute. It was issued into general circulation and in some very high standard proof finishes, which make a great addition to any collectors set. The image featured on the coin is iconic to that period of time and ...

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Sydney Mint Half Sovereigns

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