Elizabeth II (1952-date)
|Type||Circulating commemorative coin|
0.20 AUD = 0.15 USD
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Centenary of Federation - New South Wales
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara
Waratah Flower superimposed on an outline of the State of New South Wales.
CENTENARY OF FEDERATION
Engraver: Joseph Neve
© Mike Bentley
This circulating Commemorative Coin was issued by the RAM in 2001 as part of a group of nine coins, one for each of the six States and three self governing Territories of Australia. They Commemorate the Federation of Australia that happened 100 years ago in 1901. The reverse design is by Joseph Neve, a Bellingen High school student who was the winner of the Royal Australian Mint's student design competition for his state. This was a national competition for primary and secondary school students to design a coin to represent their state or territory.
The coin was additionally released in capsules in various other UNC & Proof Sets as follows...
In a Proof NSW 2 Coin Pack along with a 50 cent proof coin.
In a Proof NSW 3 Coin Set along with 50 cent & $1 proof coins.
In a Proof 20 Coin Set along with nine 50 cent & 20 cent proof coins and a 50 cent & $1 proof colourised coins.
In an UNC NSW 2 Coin Pack along with a 50 cent UNC coin.
In an UNC NSW 3 Coin Set along with 50 cent & $1 UNC coins.
In an UNC 20 Coin Folder along with nine 50 cent, nine 20 cent and one $1 UNC coins.
The 50 cent coins had reverses detailing the Coat of arms of each State/Territory.
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|2001||12,492||0.2%||Proof 2 Coin Pack|
|2001||13,000||1.1%||Proof 20 Coin Set|
|2001||9,923||4%||Proof 3 Coin Set|
|2001||22,802||0.2%||UNC 2 Coin Pack|
|2001||21,040||1.1%||UNC 20 Coin Federation Collection|
|2001||17,592||0.6%||UNC 3 Coin Set|
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