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1988 Ten Dollar Proof Coin Bicentennial

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1988 Ten Dollar Proof Coin Bicentennial

A hugely popular Bicentennial commemorative.

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Australia 1988 Ten Dollar Proof

Bicentennial of Australian settlement commemorative.

Obverse: Maklouf portrait of Elizabeth II to right;

Reverse: Tall ships sailing

Purity: 92.5% Weight: 20g Nett: 0.59ozt

A hugely popular Bicentennial commemorative.

The RAM issued it's first ever NCLT (non-circulating legal tender) coin in 1985 - the $10 coin marking 150 years of settlement in Victoria.

The RAM went on to issue a coin for each of the other states and Territories in Australia, this was a hugely popular series right around the country.

Australian memorabilia was in a boom period right throughout the Bicentennial year, coins were particularly popular as they were officially produced by the Australian government and were affordable.

The Bicentennial $10 coin was the highest value silver collectible coin released by the RAM for the Bicentennial in 1988.