Elizabeth II (1952-date)
5.00 AUD = 3.86 USD
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Sydney 2000 Olympics - 13 - Gymnastics
3rd portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the King George IV State Diadem
Depiction of a Gymnast in fully extended graceful pose. Small Olympic Rings under the Sydney 2000 logo lower right of the coin.
© Mike Bentley
|Perth Mint, Australia|
|Royal Australian Mint, Canberra, Australia (1965-date)|
This coin was released as a joint collaboration between the Royal Australian Mint and the Perth Mint to celebrate the holding of the XXVII Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia in the year 2000. This is coin 13 in a set of 28 that depict all 28 sports held at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Coins were all dated 2000 but were released between 1997 and 2000. Some were available separately and some were only available in a set of the full 28 coins in a special album. Interestingly some had the Maklouf Obverse and some had the Rank-Broadly Obverse.
Coin 13 represents Gymnastics - Gymnastics seems to be able to create an almost magical bond between competitors and spectators. The power and grace of men and women gymnasts never fail to mesmerise onlookers.
Full metal composition is (Cu 92%, Al 6%, Ni 2%).
A special run of 1,000 copies of this particular $5 coin was issued in a coincard by the AMP who were an Official Partner of the 2000 Olympic Games. It came with an AMP Pin.
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|2000||1,000||6%||UNC AMP Issue in Coincard|
|2000||100,000||8.43||96%||UNC in Coincard|
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