2016 Round 50c, Open Day Gold Plated Uncirculated Coin 50th Anniversary of Decimal Currency Special Release
or 4 payments of $22.25 with Info
- Only Available From RAM OPEN DAY Event 13th/2nd/2016
Celebrating 50 years of decimal currency
Limited Issue Card of only 10,000
- Total Coin Mintage of 21,999
Presented in Royal Australian Mint Card
Australia made the change to decimal currency on 14 February 1966. Before this, Australian currency was the old pounds, shillings, and pence. The changeover was transformative as, for the first time, Australia’s coin designs were of Australian origins. Stuart Devlin’s winning designs of unique Australian fauna have stood the test of time and are as much loved by Australians today as they were 50 years ago. Devlin’s beautiful, intricate Australian Coat of Arms design has been chosen by the Royal Australian Mint as a worthy flag bearer for Australia’s celebrations of this anniversary.
Combining the shape of the original 1966 50c circulating coin, while featuring the edge profile and metal composition of the current 50c dodecagon coin, this unique gold release brings together the old and the new.
To globally recognize this significant milestone, the well-known 50-cent coin, with its original 1966 circular shape, will be dressed exquisitely in gold plating.
Maximum of 10,000 dated packaging from the 21966 maximum mintage of the Gold Plated Round 50c. That maximum mintage was chosen to represent the year '1996' when the new currency format was introduced
|Brand||Royal Australian Mint|
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