Student Design 2004 50c Cu-Ni Coin Pack

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Student Design 2004 50c Cu-Ni Coin Pack

$12.00
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19561
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  • Features the winning design from 10,000 entries from Australian Primary Schools
  • Struck by the Royal Australian Mint ‐ official Australian legal tender
  • A low-mintage issue ‐ just 10.2 million struck
  • A unique, one-year-only type, and hard to find in change in premium grade!
  • Presented in a stylish, credit card-style pack
  • Secure yours now in strictly Uncirculated condition

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In 2003, the Royal Australian Mint held a competition among Primary School Students to create a 50c coin design around the theme of 'Australia'. Twelve year-old Victorian John Serrano came up with the winning motif, which featured a wombat, lorikeet and koala. Serrano's design was made immortal when struck upon the 2004 Student Design 50c coin, and hit tills and purses across the country. A low-mintage release, just 10.2 million were struck.

The 2004 Student Design 50c coin is a unique, one-year-only legal tender type. Utterly distinctive, it's becoming hard to find in change today ‐ especially in higher grades! Downies is delighted to offer collectors the opportunity to secure this coin in Uncirculated condition. Presented in a sleek, credit card-style pack, it's a must-have for a complete decimal collection.

Now a Structural Engineer, John Serrano's obvious gift for 2D and 3D conceptualisation has stood him in good stead. A design best enjoyed in mint-state Uncirculated, don't miss your chance to secure his unique commemorative!

More Information
Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue2004
Denomination50c
Weight (g)15.5500
MetalCupro Nickel
GradeUncirculated
Issued ByRoyal Australian Mint
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