1 Dollar - Elizabeth II 4th Portrait - Wheat Sheaf Dollar

1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (4th Portrait - Wheat Sheaf Dollar) -  obverse1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (4th Portrait - Wheat Sheaf Dollar) -  reverse

© Mike Bentley


Country Australia
Queen Elizabeth II (1952-date)
Type Non-circulating coin
Year 2012
Value 1 Dollar
1.00 AUD = 0.78 USD
Currency Dollar (1966-date)
Composition Aluminium-bronze
Weight 9 g
Diameter 25 mm
Thickness 2.5 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
References KM# 1732
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA.
And 4 more volumes.

Commemorative issue

Grain producing Industry of Australia


4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara


Engraver: Ian Rank-Broadley

Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS is a British sculptor who has produced many acclaimed works, among which are several designs for British coinage.


The design depicts 3 wheat stalks and ribbon.

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Engraver: George Kruger Gray

George Kruger Gray was an English artist, best remembered for his designs of coinage and stained glass windows.


7 shorter smooth segments between 7 reeded segments (11 grooves each)

1 Dollar - Elizabeth II (4th Portrait - Wheat Sheaf Dollar) -  obverse

© Mike Bentley


C Royal Australian Mint, Canberra, Australia (1965-date)


This NCLT $1 coin issued by the RAM commemorates the Australian Wheat Industry and replicates the design that adorned the tiny 16mm pre-decimal silver threepence from 1938 to 1964. The coin shown above is the (P) Perth Counterstamp version.

The Royal Australian Mint issued this coin as follows :)
In a Four Coin UNC Mint set with "C" Mintmark and [B], [M] & [S] Privymarks.
In a folding coincard at the MYO Gallery Press at the RAM in Canberra with a "C" Mintmark (Mintage Unknown)
In a folding coincard at the ANDA Show in Perth with a (P) Counterstamp (Pre struck at the RAM)
In a folding coincard at the ANDA Show in Brisbane using the Mobile Press with a (B) Counterstamp
In a folding coincard at the ANDA Show in Sydney using the Mobile Press with a (S) Counterstamp
In a folding coincard at the ANDA Show in Melbourne using the Mobile Press with a (M) Counterstamp
These are three images of the above coincards.  - (B) & (M) Counterstamp & 'C' Mintmark

A further Aluminium-bronze issue was the Bluebell Counterstamp which was applied to a "C" Mintmarked coin at the "Enlighten" event in Canberra and also issued in this coincard.

A Fine Silver (.999) Proof version was released in a capsule in a square plush black box with "C" Mintmark
A Gold (.9999) Proof version also exists as a $10 coin mintage of 2,500

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Date Mintage VG F VF XF AU UNC Frequency
2012 (B) 5,004 10.22 24% Brisbane Counterstamp (ANDA Show)
2012 (M) 5,004 15% Melbourne Counterstamp (ANDA Show)
2012 (P) 5,000 16% Perth Counterstamp (ANDA Show)
2012 (S) 5,004 13% Sydney Counterstamp (ANDA Show)
2012 [B] 24,996 40% Brisbane Privymark (Four Coin CBMS Set)
2012 [M] 24,996 3.83 40% Melbourne Privymark (Four Coin CBMS Set)
2012 [S] 24,996 35% Sydney Privymark (Four Coin CBMS Set)
2012 C 24,996 55% Canberra Mintmark (Four Coin CBMS Set)
2012 C 22% Canberra Mintmark (MYO Gallery Press)
2012 C 6,050 24% Canberra Mintmark & Bluebell Counterstamp (Enlighten Issue)

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