Australian Dollar Coin Value Part 2

February 14, 2012

Dollars not Issued to Circulate

Dollar coins are usually worth more and can have a higher value if they are a design that was struck and not intended to circulate. These were released in collector packaging and are called NCLT -non circulating legal tender. They have the same specifications and are made from the same metal as a regular dollar but have not been issued for everyday trading. They have been issued simply to be collected. Sometimes these designs can be found in circulation when people have removed them from their packaging and spent them. In this case they can be worth much more than a dollar if found by the collector with a keen eye.
1992 Barcelona
1994 Dollar Decade mintmark
1999 The Last Anzacs mintmark
2000 Victoria Cross
2009 Mob of Roos Dollar with Master Mintmark

These are just a few that have been released by the Royal Australian Mint. There have been many many more issued, see our complete guide to dollar coin issues, you will be surprised.

See dollar values part 1 for information about the value of circulation one dollars.

Posted by harrisk at February 14, 2012 11:10 AM
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