1977 Ford XC Falcon Hardtop 2018 50c Cu-Ni Uncirculated Coin

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1977 Ford XC Falcon Hardtop 2018 50c Cu-Ni Uncirculated Coin

Special Price $11.25 Regular Price $15.00
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  • Honours the innovative 1977 Ford XC Falcon Hardtop
  • Australian legal tender, struck to the RAM's rigorous Uncirculated standard
  • Features excellent, full-colour design!
  • Just 30,000 struck - exclusive!
  • Housed in a fold-out card
  • Tremendously affordable - click 'add to cart' now!

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Ford has been a part of Australia since the 1920s. While its first vehicles - Model Ts - were assembled from imported kits, Ford Australia would soon take on an identity all of its own. It would prove competitive in both everyday life, and on the track. Australia - as history tells us - would be smitten.

Now here's your chance to pay tribute to a darling of the race track in Australian legal tender! Thanks to the Royal Australian Mint, the much-loved 1977 Ford Falcon XC Hardtop has received a stunning, full-colour tribute.

This two-door coupe had a body style specifically designed to dominate in Australia - and with a generous 351 cubic-inch V8 under the hood, it was unstoppable. Legend of racing Allan Moffat enjoyed a hard-won victory at Bathurst behind the wheel of the XC Hardtop.

Your new treasure arrives housed in an informative, illustrated card - the perfect way to view and store it with ease! With just 30,000 of this coin struck - and such an affordable price - it's crucial that you get in early and avoid disappointment. Click 'add to cart' now!

More Information
Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue2018
Denomination50c
Weight (g)15.5500
Mintage30000
MetalCupro Nickel
QualityUncirculated
Issued ByRoyal Australian Mint
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