All Coin Values
Australian coin and banknote values
New Zealand predecimal coin values
UK coin values - 1801 to 1967
United States coin values - 1792 to present
Australian coin values
Australian coin values
Australian banknote values
Australian banknote values
All Coin Values directory on Facebook

What is your old Australian coin or banknote worth?

Values, mintages, images, and specs for Australian coins and banknotes.

All Coin Values resource website

Australia coins and banknotes

ACV Home

Australian Coin and Banknote Values


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

for circulation.

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

to collectors.

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

British colonies.

Help us keep our website 'free to use' for everyone.

We rely on income from our advertisers.    Please 'whitelist' this site in your adblocker program.

If you prefer not to see ads, would you consider letting people know we are here instead?

Value and spec information is sourced from various locations, including coin literature, coin dealers, resource websites, and asking price for online sales by reputable coin

dealers. All values are based on what you might expect to pay to buy a coin from a reputable dealer. Many factors affect value aside from grade. For the purposes of our

estimated values, we assume that the coin has no other detractors. All values are estimates only, based on third-party information. do not guarantee

prices to be accurate, nor take any responsibility for how you use the information provided. Our site is maintained by funds from our sponsors and advertisers.

Some of these advertisers may place cookies on your browser to track your browsing habits.

Found the information on our site useful?

Let people know we're here by linking us on your posts, listings, and websites.

Directory / Site Map

Facebook page