2005 Australian $1 UNC coin -Dancing Man - Ex Chubb Security Roll
Single $1 Uncirculated Coin inserted into 2x2 holder.
PLEASE NOTE: As these are coined on circulation presses bag and minting marks will appear on these coins.
Images are for illustration purposes only.
2005 marked the 60th anniversary of VP day and the RAM released a circulation one dollar coin depicting "Peace" and the image of the iconic dancing man. In a media release the RAM said the gentleman depicted was one Ern Hill, a retired electrician but there is much conjecture over this. There is more evidence that it is in fact Frank McAlary QC. Both these men and others claim to be the famous dancing man caught on camera dancing down Elizabeth Street on that day.
This circulation issue aluminium bronze dollar is the standard 25mm size. The dancing man design on the reverse was sculpted by Wojciech Pietranik and the coin was not issued with any mintmarks. The obverse is the standard Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. 31,788,000 of these coins were released into circulation in 2005.
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