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2006 Fifty Cent Set Melbourne Commonwealth Games

2006 Fifty Cent Set Melbourne Commonwealth Games

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The mintage figures for these coins really are tiny.

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2006 Fifty Cent Set Melbourne Commonwealth Games


The mintage figures for these coins really are tiny.

The XVIII Commonwealth Games were held in Victoria's capital city of Melbourne, for which the RAM issued a series of 16 50¢ coins in 2006.

Each showed one of the sports being contested at the games, and was keenly sought by both collectors and sports enthusiasts.

Although the Commonwealth Games remains a popular and important event, it doesn't have quite the same gravitas as the Olympic Games, and so the coins issued for it are so much rarer.

A number of these coins are now selling individually for more than $20 each.