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2019 $2 AlBr Coloured Uncirculated Coin – Wallabies Rugby Australia

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SKU:
10381
UPC:
9314688103412
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SKU:
10381
UPC:
9314688103412
Maximum Purchase:
25 units
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

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Issued By, Country of Issue, Era, Denomination, Metal, Weight, Mintage,

Specifications

Issued By:
Royal Australian Mint
Country of Issue:
Australia
Era:
2010
Denomination:
$2
Metal:
AlBr
Weight:
6.60g
Mintage:
Unlimited

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  • MARION MAYNE - Jul 11, 2020

    5
    Never overpriced

    great quality and packed safely everytime I have ordered, and ty for the chockie

  • Kevin Hayes - Jun 21, 2020

    5
    Very nice coin

    Very prompt delivery and coin in good condition as described

2 Reviews

  • MARION MAYNE - Jul 11, 2020

    5
    Never overpriced

    great quality and packed safely everytime I have ordered, and ty for the chockie

  • Kevin Hayes - Jun 21, 2020

    5
    Very nice coin

    Very prompt delivery and coin in good condition as described

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2019 $2 AlBr Coloured Uncirculated Coin – Wallabies Rugby Australia 

Australia played its first Rugby International in 1899, but it was some nine years later that the team we now know as ‘the Wallabies’ was born. The first team to leave our shores to represent the country in Rugby converged on the British Isles in 1908. Branded ‘the Rabbits’ by a cheeky English press, the players decided their new nickname would not stick, and defiantly declared themselves ‘the Wallabies’ before going on to win 33 of a possible 39 tour matches. The headline victory, a 9-3 triumph over England gave birth to a legend. In the century that followed, the Wallabies rose to become a world power in Rugby, forged by successes across the globe and built by the characteristics of the men who wore the iconic gold jersey. Twice they have soared to the game’s greatest heights, raising the William Webb Ellis Cup on two occasions in 1991 and 1999, feats that echo in the minds of the men who wear the jersey today, as they carry our greatest hopes to Japan on a mission to scale those almighty heights again. 

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