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Australia 2013 Two Dollars Coronation in Coloured Presentation Card

Australia 2013 Two Dollars Coronation in Coloured Presentation Card

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These coins still remain incredibly sought after.

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Australia 2013 Two Dollars Coronation in Coloured Presentation Card


These coins still remain incredibly sought after.

More than a year after her accession in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in Westminster Abbey.

The Royal Australian Mint marked 60th anniversary of the occasion by striking a special coloured circulating coin that was issued directly into circulation, allowing many Australians to get their hands on them.

The design features a stylised representation of St Edward’s Crown, surrounded by circles including a pattern of purple coloured, the colour synonymous with royalty, stripes.

The Mint also released a commemorative $2 coin with a ‘C’ mintmark, and in a custom presentation card.

They remain incredibly hard to get today, and often sell for (much) more than $100 on eBay.