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A new commemorative coin has been minted to mark the 50th anniversary of one of the world’s biggest music festivals, the Tamworth Country Music Festival.
The collectible 50c coin, produced by the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint), features a gold-plated version of the Festival’s signature Golden Guitar.
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Available Saturday 1 January 2022 8.30 am AEDT
*2022 Mintmark Suite (theme to be announced)
2022 $1 Mintmark and Privy Mark Uncirculated Four-Coin Set - RRP $30
2022 $10 ‘C’ Mintmark Gold Proof Coin - RRP $360
2022 $1 'C' Mintmark Silver Proof Coin - RRP $60
Available Thursday 6 January 2022 8.30 am AEDT
Today, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) announced the release of a $2 commemorative circulating coin to mark 50 years since the first raising of the Aboriginal Flag in 1971.
Royal Australian Mint CEO, Leigh Gordon, highlighted the importance of the flag as a unifying symbol for Aboriginal Australians and the broader community.
The Royal Australian Mint’s Gallery and Shop and Café will return to its normal business hours, from Wednesday 24 November 2021.
The Mint will be open:
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 5pm
Free Tours at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm
Weekends and Public Holidays - 10am to 4pm
Free Tours at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm
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available to order at 8.30am AEDT on Thursday 2 December 2021.
2022 50c Selectively Gold Plated Fine Silver Proof Coin - 50th Anniversary of the Tamworth Country Music Festival RRP: $90
2022 50c Uncirculated Coin - 50th Anniversary of the Tamworth Country Music Festival RRP: $10