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Metal dollars and cents - modern coins of Australia

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In territory of Australia coins in nominal values are in use 1 and 2 dollars, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents. Coins in nominal value 1 and 2 cents have been withdrawn from circulation in 1994

In circulation there are many memorable, anniversary and collection one-dollar coins from aluminium, bronze, bimetal, silver and gold of the maximum hallmark. They routinely are not used in payment though are a lawful legal tender. On decor collection coins in nominal values of 1 and 10 dollars are interesting enough. They Are rapped out from silver, on their obverse there is a portrait of the queen, and on a reverse are represented a birdie a kookaburra (1 dollar) or alphabet evolution (10 dollars).

The portrait of queen Elizabeth II on face sides of coins varied some times. The first change has been made when Australia has passed to decimal system in 1966, following change in 1985 - a new crown and a pose of the queen, and last in 1999 - the portrait has been changed according to age of the queen.

The Australian coins of denomination of 5, 10, 20 cents are identical in the sizes and the form to coins of New Zealand because of what them often confuse.

Nominal value: 20 cents
Stamping: 2007
the Material: the Copper-Nickel
the Note: Year of the Saving Surf
the Obverse of 20 cents of Australia the Reverse of 20 cents of Australia
Nominal value: 1 dollar
Stamping: 2006
the Material: Silver
the Note: the Reverse - a bird a kookaburra
the Obverse 1 dollar of Australia the Reverse 1 dollar of Australia
Nominal value: 10 dollars
Stamping: 2003
the Material: Silver
the Note: On a reverse - alphabet history
the Obverse of 10 dollars of Australia the Reverse of 10 dollars of Australia

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