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1943 Penny Value

If you’re wondering what your 1943 penny is worth then you need to understand a few things before moving forward. Firstly, 1943 was right in the middle of World War 2 and there was a need for coin to keep

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1982 Australian $200 Brisbane Commonwealth Games Gold Coin

Commemorating the Brisbane Commonwealth Games in 1982 a gold $200 coin was struck by the Royal Australian Mint. The XII Commonwealth Games logo can be seen on the commemorative 50c coin released into circulation. The 200 dollar gold issue features

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2012 Red Poppy Remembrance Day Two Dollar Coin Value

The 2012 Remembrance Day red poppy two dollar coin is almost certainly the most popular $2 coin among Australian coin collectors. A common question from new and experienced collectors is what is the 2012 red poppy $2 coin actually worth?

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2016 New Five Dollar Note Value

Most of you are probably aware that a couple of months ago the 2016 Next Generation $5 Banknote was released. They are starting to appear in change and we’ve started getting questions from readers that mostly go something along the

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2020 Beneath the Southern Skies Silver Dollar

One ounce of 99.99% fine silver is the base of this stunning coin created from one of Stuart Devlins early design drafts intended for our new circulating decimal coins in 1966. The unused images have been retrieved from the Royal

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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 10 Dollar ($10) Silver Coins State Series 1985-1993

The ten dollar State Series of silver coins issued by the Royal Australian Mint are very collectible coins not for their numismatic value but for their silver content! These coins simply don’t appeal to many collectors for their value as

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Australian 1983 50 Cent Sets Price Record

                  On the evening of 9 October 2014 on the online coin auction site Numisbid an Australian 1983 50 cent set a price record of $3,403.50. You can see the Numisbid images

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Australian 200 Dollar Coins

In 1980 the Royal Australian Mint (RAM) released what was to be the first Australian 200 dollar coin. Minted from 22 carat (91.67%) gold and weighing 10 grams each coin contained 0.2947 of an ounce of pure gold. In 1980

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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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Current Coin Values, Bullion Prices and Exchange Rates

AUD $11.77
Australian 1966 Round 50c
AUD $627.02
Gold Sovereign
AUD $784.95
Australian $200 Gold Coin
AUD $34.47
Silver Price (per Oz)
AUD $2,663.41
Gold Price (per Oz)
USD $0.7138
Australian Dollar

 
These values are updated hourly using New York market prices. Coin values are purely the value of the gold or silver they contain and do not account for any numismatic value.
Prices Last Updated: 23:04 26 Oct 2020

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