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2005 PNC World Heritage

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2005 PNC World Heritage

Contains the lowest mintage CoA 50¢ ever struck.

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Philatelic Numismatic Cover 2005 World Heritage

A limited edition joint issue PNC that contains the lowest mintage CoA 50¢ ever struck.

The RAM, Australia Post, the British Royal Mint and Royal Mail combined forces to release this truly special PNC in 2005 to commemorate a range of unique world heritage sites across the world.

Just 30,000 such PNC's were released, and only 5,000 of these were distributed throughout Australia.

This is in fact the only way you can get a 2005 dated 50¢ coin with the coat of arms design on the reverse - it's claimed by some to be the rarest 50¢ ever struck.