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1994 Decade of the Dollar Set of 3 Mintmark $1 Coins

1994 Decade of the Dollar Set of 3 Mintmark $1 Coins

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These mark a decade since the $1 coin came in.

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1994 Decade of the Dollar Set of 3 Mintmark $1 Coins


Marking a decade since the introduction of the $1 coin.

The mintmark one dollar series is hugely popular right around the country - these coins are affordable, scarce and really well presented, which is why they're put away by parents, grandparents and keen collectors as soon as they're released.

There are always new collectors coming into the market each year, when many of them decide to get the back issues, it means there's plenty of healthy competition for the few that come onto the market! Not only do most collectors want one of each design, they want one of each mintmark that was used.

The "Decade of the Dollar" coin was fairly intriguing when it first came out - here's a coin that not only honours a banknote, but also commemorates itself! It wasn't hugely popular when it first came out, but the enigmatic design has grown on collectors over the years.

Each $1 mintmark coin bears the same design, except for a letter identifying the city for which it was struck: ‘M’ (Melbourne), ‘S’ (Sydney) and ‘C’ (Canberra).

These coins remains in as-issued condition, and come with the original wallets they were issued in by the RAM.