Australian 1 Dollar $1 Coins: 2014 Issues and Mintages

The Mintmark 1 Dollar for 2014, A voyage to Terra Australis

The Mintmark 1 Dollar for 2014, A voyage to Terra Australis

The dollar is hugely popular to collectors and the numbers issued by our circulating coin producer the Royal Australian Mint can be hard to keep track of. To help you, this article lists all the circulation and non-circulating (nclt) aluminium bronze dollar coins released.

We usually only include the 9 gram, 25 millimetre coins the same type as issued into circulation and found in your change. But this year is special being the 30th anniversary of the iconic mob of roos design by Stuart Devlin. This year we see this design struck in colour, with gold plating, on a copper nickel planchet and especially magnificent on a thick 32mm 1 ounce silver planchet, all worthy of adding in this list.

This year we see counterstamps on 3 separate coin designs, the Mob of Roos, the circulation Anzac dollar and A Voyage to Terra Australis coin (above).

2014 Aluminium Bronze 25mm 9 gram

2014 Fine Silver 25mm 11.66g

2014 Cupro Nickel 25mm 10.03g

2014 Fine Gold 25mm 21.52g

2014 1oz Fine Silver High Relief 32mm Mob of Roos 30th Anniversary Special Release

** The Mint have never previously recorded mintages from the gallery presses next to the Mint shop within the Mint at Deakin. It appears they may have started to do so for the 2014/15 fiscal year.

Mintage numbers have been updated including the most recent 2014/2015 Royal Australian Mint annual report released October 2015.

Key to mintage numbers
x = published actual mintage
# = capped or maximum mintage

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