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One Dollar Uncirculated In Card 2017 Perth Money Expo Privy Mark

One Dollar Uncirculated In Card 2017 Perth Money Expo Privy Mark

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The first of four coins in this series for 2017.

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One Dollar Uncirculated In Card 2017 Perth Privy Mark

One of just 3,000 coins struck exclusively for the 2017 Perth Money Expo.

This coin is from what is easily the most popular area of decimal numismatics - more people collect carded one dollar coins than any other decimal coin product. It's an enduring series that started with the Barcelona dollars way back in 1992, and continues more than 2 decades later. They are affordable, interesting, and often challenging.

A subset of the carded dollar coin series is the annual set of $1 coins that the RAM strikes for exclusive release at the ANDA shows Money Expos. There's always an air of excitement when each show approaches - many of the coins have completely sold out.

They're easy for non-collectors to appreciate - perfect as a gift for the kids / grand-kids. Even a non collector can appreciate that a special coin with a letter on it is quite different to the coins they get in their change, when it's in a coloured card it makes it harder to split out and spend at the tuck shop. Who knows, work on a complete set with them over the year, and you might just get them started collecting.
2017 is the third year that the Royal Australian Mint (RAM) has decided to use the "Mob of Roos" $1 coin design on the series of privy marked coins released at the major numismatic events held throughout the year.

2017 is actually the first year that a folder has been released for the set of 4 privy-marked $1 coins - this folder is a great way of storing the complete set, and can be a great memento for the years to come.

Click here for more information on the official folders for these privy-marked $1 coins.

The ANDA Money Expo dates for 2017 are:

Perth ANDA Money Expo:  Saturday 11th February 10.00am to 5.00pm & Sunday 12th February 10.00am to 4.00pm
venue: Domain Stadium, Subiaco

Brisbane ANDA Money Expo:  Saturday 13th May 10.00am to 5.00pm & Sunday 14th May 10.00am to 4.00pm
venue: Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane

Melbourne ANDA Money Expo:  Saturday 2nd September  10.00am to 5.00pm & Sunday 3rd September 10.00am to 4.00pm
venue: Tennis Centre, Olympic Park, Melbourne

Sydney ANDA Money Expo:  Saturday 14th October 10.00am to 5.00pm & Sunday 15th October 10.00am to 4.00pm
venue: Lower Town Hall, Druitt St, Sydney

The images at the top of this page show the coin that the RAM struck for the Perth show - this coin features a small "P" privy mark above the "A" in "DOLLAR", and is in a tan presentation card.

By the end of 2017, I reckon demand will be pretty keen for the Perth coins, simply because a lot of collectors will be late to the party - that is certainly what happened for the 2015 and 2016 coins.