2013 20c Centenary of Canberra PNC
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- Royal Australian Mint
- 2013 Issue 03
- Coin protected in Uncirulated condition
Australia's capital first had its foundation laid on the 12th of March 1913. Lady Denman the wife of then Governer-General Lord Denman announced the name of the newborn future city on that day.
Canberra came to existence due to a rivalry between the Aussie major cities Sydney & Melbourne. It was decided make neither the nations capital and rather build a new one between the 2 metropolis's.
This Royal Australian Mint uncirculated coin represents an image of Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle from the birds eye view.
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