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Recent News

Woolworths and the Royal Australian Mint release limited edition Olympic and Paralympic coins

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Woolworths and the Royal Australian Mint are helping customers show their support for the Australian Olympic and Paralympic teams by releasing a range of $2 limited edition themed coins, available in supermarket registers from tomorrow, 14 July.

Six exclusive and unique $2 coins will be available to collect, with a coin released each week.

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Upcoming Releases – July 2021

Set a reminder in your phone, get out your calendar, pop up a post-it note or ask friend to remind you of these exciting new releases, available to order 8.30am AEST Thursday 22 July 2021.

2021 $1 'Possum' Privy Mark Uncirculated Coin - ANDA RRP $15

2021 Fine Silver Proof Year Set - RRP $400

2021 Gold Proof Year Set - RRP $13,500

* Please note that products listed in this section will NOT be available for pre-purchase.

* Products and prices are subject to change without notice and may not appear here due to commercial reasons.

2021 Free tours at the Royal Australian Mint

***ATTENTION***

From 28 June 2021, in line with ACT Health requirements, all visitors to the Mint must wear a face mask unless they meet the requirements for those who do not need to wear a face mask (persons aged 12 years or under, or a person with a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability that makes wearing a fitted face covering unsuitable).

We are delighted to continue our free public tours in 2021

Centenary of Australia’s favourite boy, Ginger Meggs, celebrated in new exhibition

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The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) is marking a century of Australia’s most iconic comic strip, Ginger Meggs, with a brand new exhibition.

Leigh Gordon, the CEO of the Royal Australian Mint said “Since first appearing in the Sun Herald in 1921, Ginger Meggs has been brought into the lives of millions of families across Australia and around the world.

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Freshly minted designs