Centenary of Federation 2001 50c Northern Territory Cu-Ni Coin Pack

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Centenary of Federation 2001 50c Northern Territory Cu-Ni Coin Pack

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  • Issued to celebrate the 100 years since the Federation of Australia
  • Struck by the Royal Australian Mint - Australian legal tender
  • One of the lowest-mintage circulating Australian 50c coins ever issued
  • Mintage just 2.1 million - tiny for a circulating coin!
  • Impossible to find in change in strictly Uncirculated condition, as here
  • Presented in an attractive, informative pack

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This commemorative coin was released as part of the Centenary of Federation 50c series. Comprising ten coins, this array is a critical element of Australian decimal collecting - it features Australia's lowest-mintage circulating 50c types!

The Federation 50c series was struck to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Australian nationhood. It included nine coins that each honoured a separate state or territory, along with a tenth bearing the Australian Coat of Arms. Celebrating the Northern Territory, this eye-catching coin bears the NT Coat of Arms. It is an incredibly low-mintage issue - just 2.1 million coins were struck!

A unique, one-year-only legal tender type, the 2001 Northern Territory 50c is crucial for a complete collection. Now 17 years post-release, it's very hard to find in change in any grade - and impossible in pristine Uncirculated condition!

Keep your collection complete in the utmost quality - secure the 2001 Northern Territory 50c coin today! Each coin is presented in an informative, credit card-style pack.

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Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue2001
Weight (g)15.5500
MetalCupro Nickel
Issued ByRoyal Australian Mint
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