To celebrate the Lunar Year of the Tiger, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has released a collection of coins featuring the charming and powerful tiger, and the Chinese Lunar Year calendar wheel.
To commemorate Australia’s last major action in the Vietnam War, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has released a new commemorative coin, marking the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Nui Le.
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.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Long Khanh, one of Australia’s last battles during the Vietnam War, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has released a new commemorative coin.
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.
The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) is marking a century of Australia’s most iconic comic strip, Ginger Meggs, with the release of two limited edition coloured coin sets.
To celebrate the release, the Mint is offering a lucky Australian the once in a lifetime opportunity to be drawn into a Ginger Meggs comic strip.
The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) is taking steps to improve its environmental footprint by introducing sustainable product packaging.
Ahead of World Environment Day on 5 June, the Mint announced the move to an industry-first sustainable pulp packaging solution for the Mint’s numismatic product range.
Today, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) launched Australia’s newest circulating coin, commemorating the Indigenous men and women who have served in the military.
Launching in Canberra, the coin was unveiled by Aboriginal artist and Kalkadoon woman Chern’ee Sutton and Royal Australian Mint CEO, Leigh Gordon.