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2010 Four Coin Privy Mark Set 100 Years of Coinage

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2010 Four Coin Privy Mark Set 100 Years of Coinage

Four one dollar coin set to commemorate 100 years of Australian coinage.

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100 Years of Coinage One Dollar 2010 Four Coin Privy Mark Set

Contains 4 * Privy Marked $1 Coins:

P - Perth; H - Hobart; D - Darwin; A - Adelaide

Contains two very scarce mintmarked $1 coins.

2010 marked the centenary of Australia's national coinage - the first coins that were truly Australian were issued in 1910, nine years after Federation.

These new coins heralded the unity and budding independence of our young nation.

The reverse of the 2010 commemorative $1 coins features effigies of the following monarchs, from left to right:

Queen Elizabeth II,

King George VI,

King George V, and

King Edward VII.

The mintmarked coins in this set are quite scarce - the H and D $1 coins are the first to be counterstamped with those letters.