2016 20c & 25c ANZAC To Afghanistan 14-Coin Collection

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2016 20c & 25c ANZAC To Afghanistan 14-Coin Collection

$129.95
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  • Comprises 14 Australian legal tender coins
  • Headlined by the Royal Australian Mint’s very first 25c Australian coins!
  • Underpinned by strictly Uncirculated quality
  • Housed within an official, informative Royal Australian Mint folder

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A groundbreaking release from the Royal Australian Mint, the 2016 ANZAC to Afghanistan 14-Coin Collection forms a fine tribute to Australia's rich military heritage – and remains an absolute must-have for collectors!

In a pioneering move that shocked collectors across the country upon release, the collection features the first 25c Australian legal tender coins ever struck by the RAM! Crafted from Aluminium-Zinc-Bronze - known in Europe as 'Nordic Gold' - and spanning 32.60mm in diameter, the four 25c coins have been united with TEN 20c coins! All 14 coins are set within an official, colourful card.

Celebrating iconic elements of our military history - the Rats of Tobruk, the Bombing of Darwin, the Thai-Burma Railway, just to name a few - each coin bears a design based on an original photo from the Australian War Memorial. Importantly for serious Australian coin collectors, these powerful military commemoratives are not to be issued for circulation, and are a must-have for anyone keen to maintain a complete decimal collection

With limited stocks available, do not miss this fantastic opportunity to honour our Australian heroes - and keep your collection complete!

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Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue2016
MetalCopper Nickel
QualityBrilliant Uncirculated
Issued ByRoyal Australian Mint
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