2021 $2 Coloured Circulating Coin - Indigenous Service - ex Mint Roll

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SKU:
10588_1
Maximum Purchase:
5 units
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

Specifications

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

Specifications

Country of Issue:
Australia
Issued By:
Royal Australian Mint
Era:
2020
Denomination:
$2
Metal:
AlBr
Weight:
6.60g

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  • Gabril Reynolds - May 07, 2021

    5
    Coloured $2 coins

    Great, look like uncirculated coins. Design is great, could be alot bigger. Though when/ if circulating will be it's saviour.

  • Dianne Seeto - May 04, 2021

    4
    Pretty good

    Really like this design, and hope for more to come as collectable items in the future

4 Reviews

  • Gabril Reynolds - May 07, 2021

    5
    Coloured $2 coins

    Great, look like uncirculated coins. Design is great, could be alot bigger. Though when/ if circulating will be it's saviour.

  • Dianne Seeto - May 04, 2021

    4
    Pretty good

    Really like this design, and hope for more to come as collectable items in the future

  • peter butterworth - Apr 19, 2021

    2
    2021 $2 COLOURED CIRCULATING C

    black hand hard to see and make out

  • Carmelo Currenti - Apr 16, 2021

    5
    Good

    Great job

Description

2021 $2 Coloured Circulating Coin - Indigenous Service - ex Mint Roll 

Single $2 coin inserted into SAFLIP 2x2 Double Pocket Coin Flip.

PLEASE NOTE: As these are coined on circulation presses bag and minting marks will appear on these coins.

Images are for illustration purposes only.

Commemorating Indigenous Australia’s longstanding tradition of serving in the military with this 2021 $2 Colour Circulating Coin.

Coin’s reverse based on the painting Indigenous Military Service by Kalkadoon artist Chern’ee Sutton.

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