Elizabeth II (1952-date)
|Type||Circulating commemorative coin|
0.50 AUD = 0.38 USD
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
100th Anniversary of Federation - Tasmania
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara.
Coat of Arms of Tasmania: - A central shield representing Tasmanian industry: apples, a sheaf of wheat, a branch of hops, plus a ram. It is supported by two Tasmanian tigers, now extinct. Above the shield are a red lion with a front paw resting on a spade and pick axe. Representing one of nine states and territories that make up Australia.
CENTENARY OF FEDERATION
CENTENARY OF FEDERATION
BOUNTY RAMIFICATIONS AND LOYALTY
12 Sided Smooth
© Mike Bentley
This coin was released into circulation by the Royal Australian Mint in 2001 as part of a series of coins commemorating 100 Years since the Nation was fully Federated from the previous Australasian Colonies.
This particular Coin represents the State of Tasmania and has the Tasmania Coat of Arms on the Reverse. The Capital of Tasmania is Hobart.
The coin was additionally released in capsules in various other UNC & Proof Sets as follows...
In a Proof Tas 2 Coin Pack along with a 20 cent proof coin.
In a Proof Tas 3 Coin Set along with 20 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 coin.
In an UNC Tas 2 Coin Pack along with a 20 cent UNC coin.
In an UNC Tas 3 Coin Set along with 20 cent & $1 UNC coins.
In an UNC 20 Coin Folder along with nine 50 cent, nine 20 cent and one $1 UNC coins.
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|2001||10,192||3%||Proof 2 Coin Pack|
|2001||13,000||1.2%||Proof 20 Coin Cased Set|
|2001||2,802||0.5%||Proof 3 Coin Cased Set|
|2001||11,582||0.2%||UNC 2 Coin Pack|
|2001||21,040||1.0%||UNC 20 Coin Federation Collection|
|2001||4,052||1.0%||UNC 3 Coin Set|
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