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Values, mintages, images, and specs for Australian coins and banknotes.
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Australia coins and banknotes
Early Australian coins and banknotes
are amongst the most collectible in
the world today.
Pre-decimal, colonial, tokens, and other
early issue coins and notes were often
very low mintage, due to the low
population of Australia.
The soft metals used in early coins wore
easily and the value of the silver saw
many coins melted for bullion.
Decimal era Australian coins and notes are
much more common and sturdy, however are
collectible due to intricate design and relatability
to recent history, with several denominations
frequently produced in commemorative issues
Uncirculated collector coins are also very
popular in Australia, often manufactured from
precious metals and in limited mintage to create
inherant value, generally themed individually,
or as part of a series, again to appeal
The conversion to decimal in
the 1960's also saw most
coins and notes taken out of
circulation, resulting in a low
survival rate for coins and
notes in collectible condition.
Prior to 1910, Australia's
official currency was United
Kingdom coinage, although
in earlier years several
currencies circulated within
Australia, which at the time
was a collection of
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