2009 $1 Centenary of Commonwealth Age Pension Coin Pack
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- 2009 $1 circulating design coin
- Struck for the Centenary of the Age Pension
- Hard to find in a change in good condition
- A one-year-only type ‐ crucial for a complete decimal collection!
- Presented in an informative, credit card-style pack
Image is for reference only- As this coin is a circulating issue and is over 10 years old. Expect imperfections such as oxidization toning, and minor scratching. However, the coins in these packs would achieve an almost uncirculated to lower uncirculated grade, if professionally graded. A lot of these older circulating issue coins were never released in Uncirculated products by the R.A.M. So this pack might well be, 1 of the best grades you can get this coin in for your collection.
Struck to commemorate the Centenary of the Age Pension, this distinctive commemorative $1 is a one-year-only type. It was released nearly ten years ago, making it hard to find in change in premium grade.
Issued by the Royal Australian Mint, this Australian legal tender coin features an eye-catching reverse motif by Wojciech Pietranik. Australians of all ages ‐ depicted without faces, proof that they could be anyone ‐ band together in their support of two pensioners. It's both symbolic and visually appealing, and captures the theme perfectly.
Keep your collection complete in the utmost quality by securing the Centenary of Commonwealth Age Pension 2009 $1 coin in stunning condition! Each coin is presented in a sleek, credit card-style pack for easy viewing and storage
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