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 a collectible coin so for the most part are traded as silver bullion. They have a face value of $10 but their silver value exceeds this and changes every day with the bullion silver price and the exchange rate. This is known as silver stacking!
These coins were issued between 1985 and 1993, each year with the Coat of Arms of a different state of Australia. The Australian $10 dollar state series coins were minted in both uncirculated and proof quality of 92.5% sterling silver and 7.5% copper. They all have edge reeding, are 34mm in diameter and weigh 20 grams each.
You can work out todays value of this and other silver coins using our Australian Silver Value calculator.
Or through a little bit of internet coding magic the current value (at the time you view this page!) of the Australian 10 dollar state series coins is AUD $13.15. This value is a live silver price updated every hour or so using the current silver price and exchange rates from Currency Layer.