Australian coins are minted at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra.
Australian coins are minted at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra. Trevor Veale

NiE Commemorating Coins

COMMEMORATIVE coins with special designs depicting anniversaries or marking significant events, people or organisations are produced as pieces for collections. 

This five part series explores the history of coins in Australia, takes a look at how coins are made and provides information about the special series of coins produced to honour and recognise the Anzac legend.

The exclusive and limited edition 'Legends of the ANZACS' collection of legal tender coins produced by the Royal Australian Mint,  explores a different piece of Australia's military history. The 14 coin collection includes four unique issued 25 cent coins plus 10 silver 20 cent coin, each themed with a different design, representing significant military decorations are exact replicas of the medals. 

Available for purchase through your newspaper, the coins can be collected at participating newsagents from April 9 to April 23.

CLICK HERE FOR PART 1

CLICK HERE FOR PART 2

CLICK HERE FOR PART 3

CLICK HERE FOR PART 4

CLICK HERE FOR PART 5


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