Monthly Archives: March 2009

Australian $200 Gold Koala Coins

Shown above is the 1983 $200 coin from Australia, struck to proof standard. These $200 gold koala coins were minted from 10.0 grams of 0.9167 fine gold (22 carat) which converts to 0.2948 ounces of gold. At the time of

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Australian 50 Cent Coins Value – Part 2

In the first part of the Australian 50 Cent Coin Value entries I talked about some of the more valuable circulation coins and the relative lack of value of the commemorative 50 cent coins. In this second part I’ll talk

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Value of Rare Australian 50 Cent Coins

One of the most popular Australian coins to collect is the 50 cent coin. And one of the most popular question about Australian coin values that we get is of course, about what is the value of Australian 50 cent

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Star Notes or Star Replacement Banknotes

Star replacement banknotes are pre-decimal and paper decimal notes with serial numbers ending with a star or asterisk. Thus being named a star note. These notes were issued from 1948 to 1972 in Australia. They were used to replace faulty,

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1967 ACR Pattern Swan Dollar (Goose Dollar) by Andor Meszaros

The 1967 “Goose” dollar is not an official issue, although it does hold an important part in Australia’s numismatic history. The Swan Pattern dollar has been nicknamed the “Goose dollar” by collectors and has risen in popularity in the past

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AUD $15.09
Australian 1966 Round 50c
AUD $818.86
Gold Sovereign
AUD $1,025.10
Australian $200 Gold Coin
AUD $44.19
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