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With Black Caviar's retirement announced last month some may have thought that was the end of Black Caviar money. We have revived the chance today to get your hands on the much anticipated collectible coins commemorating the outstanding career of Australia's greatest sprinter.
Australia's first triangular coin has been minted to mark the 25th anniversary of Australian Parliament House. The silver $5 coin and a special 20c coin were produced by the Royal Australian Mint and were officially launched at Parliament House today.
The first 200 people to donate $200 online to The Benevolent Society will find themselves with money in return - a special new collectible $1 coin celebrating 200 years of the Society.
With the Australian Army Chaplains leading this year’s Anzac Day veterans’ march in recognition of a century of ministry and pastoral support, it is fitting that they have been recognised on the latest collectible coin in the Australia Remembers series from the Royal Australian Mint.
Sponsorship from the Royal Australian Mint will help put smiles on the faces of athletes at the Canberra Centenary Swimming Competition 2013 hosted by Special Olympics Australia this weekend.
The Mint will be embracing the Australian spirit at Manuka Oval tomorrow, as they will be bringing thousands of the new 2013 Centenary of Canberra 20c circulating coin to the One Day International at Manuka Oval ready for punters to swap both inside and outside the gates.
ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher and Member for Canberra Gai Brodtmann, representing the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, Bernie Ripoll, today unveiled the design for the new commemorative Centenary of Canberra circulating coin, which will soon appear in pockets, wallets and purses across Australia.
The bicentenary of Australia's first coins, the Holey Dollar and Dump, has been recognised on Australia's first coin of the year in the traditional coin strike on New Year's Day at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra.