1 Dollar - Elizabeth II 5th portrait - Mob of Roos
|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
1.00 AUD = 0.71 USD
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Effigies over Time
5th Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right.
Wearing the Girls of Great Britain & Ireland Tiara.
"Mob of Roos" Five Kangaroos & Denomination
Lettering: 1 Dollar
7 shorter smooth segments between 7 reeded segments (11 grooves each)
© Mike Bentley
MintRoyal Australian Mint, Canberra, Australia (1965-date)
This Aluminium-bronze NCLT Coin was issued by the RAM as part of a six coin set to commemorate the six different effigies of Queen Elizabeth II used on Australian coinage. This coin displays the 5th effigy by Vladimir Gottwald used only once previously on a year 2000 50 cent coin. (Links below to other coins in the set)
According to centuries-old tradition, Australia's coins bear an effigy of the reigning monarch on their obverse. Queen Elizabeth II is Australia's longest-serving monarch. Although new effigies are introduced rarely, there have been five previous effigies of the Queen on Australia's coins prior to the latest one by Jody Clark.
Mary Gillick (1953), Arnold Machin (1966), Raphael Makleouf (1985), Vladimir Gottwald (used once on the 50c Royal Visit coin in 2000), Ian Rank-Broadly (1998) and the latest Jody Clark effigy introduced in 2019.
- 5 Cents - Elizabeth II (1st portrait)
- 10 Cents - Elizabeth II (2nd Portrait)
- 20 Cents - Elizabeth II (3rd portrait)
- 50 Cents - Elizabeth II (4th portrait)
- 50 Cents - Elizabeth II (5th Portrait - Royal Visit)
- 1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (2nd portrait - Mob of Roos)
- 1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (3rd portrait - Mob of Roos)
- 1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (4th portrait - Mob of Roos)
- 1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (6th portrait - Mob of Roos)
- 2 Dollars - Elizabeth II (6th portrait)
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|2019||20,000||5.43||UNC in 6 Coin Set|
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