1 x 1977 Uncirculated 1c Royal Australian Mint
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- Not A Coin You Will Find In Circulation Anymore
- Comes Protected in Coin Capsule
- Coins in Brilliant Uncirulated Condition
- Each Coin is made of 97% Copper - 2.5% Zinc - 0.5% Tin
- Retired Australian Legal Tender
- All Coins Within Dated 1977
An Australian Coin Collectors keepsake from the 1970's. An uncirculated Royal Australian Mint 1 Cent coin all 1977. With this coin no longer produced for circulation as legal tender in Australia. Here is your opportunity to own a time capsule of Australian Coinage history.
The Cent, formally the One Cent is the lowest-denomination coin of the Aussie dollar. It was introduced on 14 February 1966 in the decimalisation of Australian currency and was withdrawn from circulation in 1992. The obverse featured the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Raphael Maklouf.The reverse side of the coin features the image of a feathertail glider (Acrobates pygmaeus), a gliding possum unique to Australian states bordering the Pacific Ocean. The image was designed by Stuart Devlin, who designed the reverses of all of the original Aussie decimal currency.
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