2018 50c Year of the Dog WMF Gold Plated CuNi Unc Coin
* An official 2018 World Money Fair release, set in WMF packaging.
* Takes the Royal Australian Mint's popular 'Year of the Dog' series to a whole new level.
* Exclusive Australian legal tender - strictly limited to just 5,000!
The Royal Australian Mint's 2018 Year of the Dog series has been immensely popular, with mintage figures readily eclipsed by demand. But now, a second chance awaits!
In an official release for the 2018 World Money Fair, the RAM has taken its sold-out Year of the Dog 50c design to a new level - with a pure, genuine gold finish! Beautiful, affordable and limited in number, the brand-new 2018 50c Year of the Dog Gold-Plated Unc is destined to be snapped up by the hordes of fans still hungry for more.
An official WMF release
The 47th annual World Money Fair has drawn tremendous crowds to Berlin, with the event consistently attracting legions of mints and collectors alike.
Strictly limited edition
Despite the enduring popularity of its Lunar series, the Royal Australian Mint has limited worldwide mintage of this superb Unc to just 5,000. Decisive action will be essential.
Finished in 24-carat gold
Struck to the RAM's rigorous Proof standard, this charming coin is already a visual delight. Combining a pleasing sense of symmetry with ornate detailing and a splendid canine motif, the reverse design is a feast for the eyes. But it's the addition of the 24-carat gold finish that gives this release an ethereal, timeless charm.
Australian legal tender
Your coin is Australian legal tender, and upon the obverse, you'll find a familiar sight: the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. With both sides of the coin holding tremendous significance, it's lucky that the official WMF packaging allows both to be on display!
The passing of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act empowered the Government to make laws with respect to currency, coinage and legal tender. The Coinage Act 1909 put in place the first steps for an Australian coinage. Thus began the journey towards a mint owned by the Commonwealth and ind...Find Out More