How do I Get a New Green Remembrance 2 Dollar Coin?


2014 Commemorative $2 Remembrance

2014 Commemorative $2 Remembrance

coins bagged or rolled new $2 coin
can I purchase above coins from you? is it possible to know which bank will receive said coin and when thank you for letting me ask regards

Hi,
It’s not possible to know which banks will have these new green coins as it depends on each bank and its requirements from the security companies.

If you are a visitor to the ANDA Show in Sydney this weekend then the Mint stand will give you the opportunity to swap your change for a set of new circulating coins which include the green coloured $2 coin but only when you purchase a 2015 Mint or Proof Set.

The Royal Australian Mint booth will be open Friday 24 October 2014
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
Saturday 25 October 2014
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sydney ANDA Show
Sydney Town Hall
483 George Street
Sydney
New South Wales
Entry fee to Sydney ANDA Show – $10


Authorised RAM dealers have had the opportunity to pre-purchase rolls of these new green $2 coins but these will not be available until the end of November. You may find a dealer that is taking pre-order.

Don’t panic, 2 million of these coins will soon be finding their way into circulation with some being supplied to dealers in plain brown wrapped rolls by the Mint in Canberra.

If you can’t wait you could always purchase a C mintmark green coloured 2 dollar in collector packaging directly from the Royal Australian Mint or your local friendly coin dealer, these are available now with a capped mintage of 40,000 coins.

Kind Regards


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