History was made today with three Pacific Island nations marking the introduction of their own brand new circulating coins at the official coin striking ceremony at the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint).
The iconic Royal Australian Mint is turning 50 this weekend and hosting a very special day by opening the factory doors to the public and offering family fun activities, entertainment and displays tomorrow, Saturday 21 February 2015.
The beloved Melbourne Cricket Ground and the iconic cricket ball have become the shining stars of a stunning curved silver collectible coin released by the Royal Australian Mint under licence from the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
Australia’s highest awards for civilian bravery has been recognised on the newest coin from the Royal Australian Mint in a very unique event where all living recipients of the prestigious Cross of Valour and Australian George Cross struck their names onto their very own coin.
One of the most recognisable and popular icons of Germany is making his first appearance on an Australian coin, with the unveiling of an Ampelmann® privy mark.
In the lead-up to Australia Day, two iconic Australian brands, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) and Australian Geographic, in true aussie spirit, have teamed up to recognise Aussie icons on a new collectable $5 coin.
The toss of a coin can be the first step for any cricket team on the path to victory or setting them on a road to a heartbreaking defeat, the Prime Minister’s XI match against the English at Manuka Oval in Canberra will be no different.
The first new coin for 2015 has been unveiled during one of the Royal Australian Mint’s most highly anticipated annual events in Canberra. The new design Anzac Centenary will be featured on the Mint’s public gallery press throughout the year.