Jan 062015
 

Happy New Year to coin collectors everywhere. We hope you’re looking forward to 2015 with as much anticipation as we are! This year’s exciting and extensive program features some fantastic new themes; new editions of our established favourites are back for long-term collectors, and we’ll also bring you some outstanding world releases.

January’s line-up looks amazing. One of our favourites is the simply gorgeous Snugglepot and Cuddlepie silver coin release. If you love cats, then this bulletin is definitely not to be missed! Enjoy these and many more as we start another great year for modern Australian collectables.

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Dec 162014
 

The launch of the Commonwealth’s own silver coins in 1910 and first bronze coins in 1911 were key events in the history of modern Australia.

A few years after their introduction, the young nation faced its biggest challenge to that point – a world war of unimaginable carnage and horror.

Drawing together these important themes, this superb pre-decimal coin pack offers collectors an example of all six Commonwealth coins featuring year-dates between the fateful years of 1914 and 1918.

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The First World War Australian Coinage Pack 1914-1918 comprises the following coins:

  • Threepence: 92.5% Silver, 7.5% Copper
  • Sixpence: 92.5% Silver, 7.5% Copper
  • Shilling: 92.5% Silver, 7.5% Copper
  • Florin: 92.5% Silver, 7.5% Copper
  • Halfpenny: 97% Copper, 2.5% Zinc, 0.5% Tin
  • Penny: 97% Copper, 2.5% Zinc, 0.5% Tin

The six coins are housed in a detailed A5-sized display folder which provides information, facts and figures about Australia’s involvement in World War I, as well as original wartime imagery.

For further details about this impressive release, please click here.

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Dec 112014
 

Every summer the prospect of prolonged hot and dry weather creates the potential for destructive fires in Australia.

And each year firefighters put their lives on the line to protect people and property from the devastating consequences of fire.

As well as permanent and retained firefighters, there are also thousands of volunteer firemen and women who play a significant and vital role in defending communities all across Australia.

As the nation once again focuses attention on the bushfire season, we’re honoured to share an image of this numismatic tribute to the courage and dedication of Australian firefighters.

Do you know anything about this medallion?

Do you know anything about the medallion?

The medallion’s obverse portrays a fireman from an earlier era carrying a female occupant from a house fire.

Its reverse inscription reveals it was issued by the Australian Assembly of Volunteer Fire Brigade Associations on the occasion of its 1990 National Conference in Adelaide.

Although in the custody of The Perth Mint, we know nothing more about the provenance of this medallion and would be extremely pleased to hear from anyone with any information pertaining to its design and manufacture.

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Nov 272014
 

Not only are Young Collectors Super Powers $1 coins perfect for introducing imaginative kids to coin collecting, but they’re also ideal stocking fillers for Christmas.

The six Australian legal tender coins portray fantastic characters with incredible super powers – Super Strength, Weather Control, Flight, Cybernetics, Invisibility, and Super Senses. Each coin is housed in its own display pack illustrated in dramatic comic book-style.

FREE ALBUM

Individual coins cost just $14.95. But why not purchase the complete set which comes with a free album and turn it into a really super gift this Christmas?

Scroll through all six coins here:

     

Purchase the Young Collectors Super Powers Series here.

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Nov 042014
 

November provides an extraordinary treat for fans of modern Australian numismatics. With special coins celebrating the Year of the Goat, an amazing Wedge-Tailed Eagle high relief gold coin, some wonderful Christmas-themed releases, and much, much more, there’s an outstanding choice available for both collectors and a gift buyers.

See inside this issue for more details of each new release:

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Sep 022014
 

Are you an avid Lunar coin collector? Were you born in the Year of the Goat? Is someone in your family born in the Year of the Goat?

Then don’t miss our latest bulletin featuring the Proof Issue from our internationally renowned Australian Lunar Coin Series.

Available now, stunning gold and silver versions of the 2015 releases make superb collectables, gifts and keepsakes for anyone born under the influence of the goat in 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003 and 2015.

This month’s exciting range of new coin releases also includes:

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