Monthly Archives: March 2010

Australian 1934-35 Centenary Florin

On June 21st 1934 it was announced in the “Argus”, the Melbourne daily newspaper of the time, that arrangements had been made between Centenary officials, representatives of the British Treasury and the Commonwealth Government for a special commemorative florin to

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Australian 1966 Decimal Coin Mint Marks

Due to the large number of coins required for the February 14 1966 changeover to decimal coinage in Australia several mints both here and abroad were used to produce the 1966 cupro nickel and bronze coinage. Coins were struck at

Posted in Australian Decimal Changeover, Collecting Coins

Australian 1966 20c Mint Marks

The 1966 20c coin was minted at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra (28,196,000 coins) and the London branch of the Royal Mint (30,000,000 coins). I find this coin a little tougher to pick between the two mints. The water

Posted in Australian Decimal Changeover

Australian 1966 10c Mint Marks

The 1966 10c coin was minted at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra (10,940,000 coins) and the London branch of the Royal Mint (30,000,000 coins). Distinguishing the two coins isn’t too hard and can be seen easily above. Look on

Posted in Australian Decimal Changeover

Australian 1966 5c Mint Marks

The 1966 5c coin was minted at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra (45,384,000 coins) and the London branch of the Royal Mint (30,000,000 coins). Distinguishing the two coins isn’t too hard and can be seen easily above. Look for

Posted in Australian Decimal Changeover

Australian 1966 2c Mint Marks

The 1966 2c coin was the highest mintage 1966 coin and was minted at the Melbourne branch of the Royal Mint (66,575,000 coins), the Perth branch of the Royal Mint (217,735,000 coins) and the RAM in Canberra (66,575,000 coins) .

Posted in Australian Decimal Changeover

Australian 1966 1c Mint Marks

The 1966 1c coin was the second highest mintage 1966 coin and was minted at the Melbourne branch of the Royal Mint (238,990,00 coins), the Perth branch of the Royal Mint (26,620,000 coins) and the RAM in Canberra (146,140,000 coins)

Posted in Australian Decimal Changeover

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