Elizabeth II (1952-date)
1.00 AUD = 0.78 USD
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA.
And 4 more volumes.
100th Anniversary of the Original Coat of Arms
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara
Original Coat of Arms of the Federation of Australia as at 1908
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA COAT OF ARMS 1908-1912
7 shorter smooth segments between 7 reeded segments (11 grooves each)
|C||Royal Australian Mint, Canberra, Australia (1965-date)|
To mark 100 years from when the Coat of Arms was first introduced the RAM released this Aluminium-bronze NCLT coin in a folding coincard in 2008.
It was issued as follows ...
With "C" Mintmark at the MYO Gallery Press at the RAM during the year also with a folding coincard
With "C" Mintmark via General & Dealer sales throughout the year in a folding coincard
With [B], [M], & [S] Privymarks via General & Dealer sales throughout the year in a folding coincard
With "C" Mintmark struck at the RAM in a special overprint Folder
With (B), (M), & (S) Counterstamps struck on the Mobile Press at various ANDA & Royal Shows in a coincard
(The coins with Privymarks were the first Australian decimal coins to be Privymarked)
The Australian Coat of Arms is the representative symbol of Australia granted by King Edward VII in 1908. It is used for authentification purposes on official documents such as passports and is used to identify government property or authority. The most significant change to the COA was in 1912 when the shield displaying the cross of St George was replaced by a version incorporating state emblems. It is interesting to note the kangaroo and the emu that are depicted are our own Australian native animals and the fact that these animals cannot walk backwards is symbolic of the nation moving forward and not backward.
A Fine Silver (.999) Proof NCLT coin was also released in a plush square black box with numbered certificate and a "C" Mintmark.
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|2008 (B)||4,029||7%||Brisbane Counterstamp (ANDA Show)|
|2008 (M)||4,004||6%||Melbourne Counterstamp (ANDA Show)|
|2008 (S)||15,836||10%||Sydney Counterstamp (Royal Easter Show)|
|2008 [B]||43,133||4.55||37%||Brisbane Privymark (General Sale)|
|2008 [B]||1,100||4%||Brisbane Privymark (RAM Struck Brisbane Coin Fair Overprint Folder)|
|2008 [M]||42,094||26%||Melbourne Privymark (General Sale)|
|2008 [S]||32,529||3.69||35%||Sydney Privymark (General Sale)|
|2008 C||2,414||3%||Canberra Mintmark (Gallery Press)|
|2008 C||154,000||3.66||60%||Canberra Mintmark (General Sale)|
|2008 C||972||3%||Canberra Mintmark (Special Overprint Folder)|
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