To mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, in a Royal Australian Mint first, a meaningful section of the Great Charter has been etched forever onto a unique rectangular collectible fine silver coin and launched today at Australian Parliament House’s official Magna Carta celebrations.
The CEO of the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) Mr Ross MacDiarmid has been reappointed to his role for a further three years.
With the recent announcement that the Mint is no longer being considered for privatisation, Mr MacDiarmid is looking forward to leading the Mint into the future.
As the 74th anniversary of the Battle of Mainland Greece and Crete nears, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has released two exquisitely designed collectable coins, announced at the commemorative wreath-laying ceremony today at the Australian Hellenic Memorial.
Just ahead of Anzac Day 2015, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, the Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP, announced that Australia’s newest coloured circulating coin will remember the Anzacs and enter public circulation from tomorrow.
Unique production pieces from the manufacturing process at the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) will be made available for the public to own through an official auction held by Downies Australian Coin Auctions in Melbourne from 26 to 28 May 2015.
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.