Coins and Australia - Australian coins, banknotes, values, price guide, errors and varieties

  • Australian coins price guide, values, errors and varieties

    Find out how much your australian coins worth!

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    Melt values calculator of Australian silver and gold coins

  • Top 10 Australian certified coins sold in 2023

    Top 10 Australian certified coins sold in 2023

  • Rarest and most valuable Australian decimal banknotes

    Rarest and most valuable Australian decimal banknotes

  • Top 10 most known and desirable australian modern errors and varieties

    Top 10 most known and desirable australian modern errors and varieties

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February 27, 2024

20 cents 2010 - Australian Taxation Office

20 cents 2010 - Australian Taxation Office

On February 3, 2010, the Royal Australian Mint announced the production of a circulating commemorative 20 cent coin to mark the Centenary of the Australian Taxation Office. The 100th birthday occured on November 11 and celebrations on November 12.

February 26, 2024

Sixpence - 1938 to 1952 - Price Guide

6 pence 1938 to 1952 - Price Guide and values

The design was to change on each of the coins in 1938 - with one exception. It was retained for the sixpence and its fifty-three-year-old history only came to an end with the introduction of decimal currency in 1966. In 1947 and 1949, no sixpence was produced.

February 24, 2024

Threepence - 1938 to 1952 - Price Guide

3 pence 1938 to 1952 - Price Guide and values

The U.S.A. mints at Denver and San Francisco came to the party, churning out over £6 million worth of florins, shillings, sixpences and threepences between 1942 and 1944. These coins carry either the mintmark 'D' or 'S' respectively. In 1945 and 1946, no threepence was produced.

February 22, 2024

Two dollars 1966 to 1988 - Price guide and values

2 dollars 1966 to 1988 banknotes - Price guide and values

Despite reduced attention to representing economic development, Australia's agricultural industries continued their reign as important features on our currency notes, with wool and wheat symbolised on the $2 banknote. 2 dollars John Macarthur (1767-1834) and the wool industry featured on the front of the $2 banknote.

February 22, 2024

Sixpence - 1910 to 1936 - Price Guide

6 Pence 1910 to 1936 - Price Guide and values

The obverse of the 1910 issues depicts a crowned and robed bust of Edward VII facing right. In 1911, George was also portrayed crowned and robed although his more youthful looks faced left in the English tradition of alternating the facing direction of each subsequent monarch. In 1913, 1915 and from 1929 to 1933, no sixpence was produced.

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