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Australia Sealife II - The Reef Hawksbill Turtle Silver Proof The first release in the Australian Sea Life II THE REEF series features the critically endangered Hawksbill Turtle. This solitary sea turtle can be found in the coral reefs of northern Australia. The hawksbill turtle has an elongated, tapered head ends in a beak-like mouth (from which its common name is derived), and its beak is more sharply pronounced and hooked than others. It matures at thirty years of age and has a lifespan of up to fifty years. An adult Hawksbill can grow up to one metre in length.

Mintage 0 just 10,00 Coins!

The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1/2oz of 99.9% silver in proof quality, and is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965. The reverse shows a colour image of the hawksbill turtle. It is the first of a 5-coin series. Each coin is housed in a display case with a stunningly illustrated coral reef shipper, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. The shipper joins with other shippers in the series to create a superb underwater scene. The Perth Mint will release no more than 10,000 of these coins.

$67.50


The Price of Silver has been boucing around over the last few months. The general trend has been downwards from the brief highs of April 2011. The Perth Mint’s decision to dramatically increase issue prices in May, rather than wait to see how silver performed for a few months, was met with disbelief in our office. The Perth Mint has now decided to decrease prices in line with the current price of silver. So you will see some recent issues actually priced at less than last month. We apologise for the confusion this has caused.

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Transformers

1oz Silver Proof Coins

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As the final battle looms between the shape-shifting alien Autobots and Decepticons, official movie coins celebrating Transformers: Dark of the Moon have been released by The Perth Mint. Designed for addicts of Michael Bay’s latest sci-fi epic, each coin is a magnificent, legal tender collectable superbly struck from pure silver. The coloured coin designs portray fan-favourites Optimus Prime, Megatron and Bumblebee. Each coin comes in an exclusive presentation box which adds to its attraction as a commemorative.

OPTIMUS PRIME

Opportunities to secure the three coins are, however, strictly limited. Just 5,000 of each design will be released worldwide accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity confirming its rarity.

TRANSFORMERS III COINS – BUMBLEBEE 1oz SILVER PROOF COIN

$115.00

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$115.00

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Brisbane ANDA Coin Fair Story Bridge Silver $1 The second of the Royal Australia Mint’s ANDA Coin Fair Silver Coins features the Story Bridge in Brisbane. Opened in 1940, this steel cantilever bridge is 777 metres long. Struck from 1 Ounce of 99.9% Pure Silver this special coin fair edition has a mintage of just 2,000 coins. It measures 40mm in diameter and features a Frosted Uncirculated finish

$65.00 Also available: Coin One featuring the Narrows Bridge in Perth. Specifications are the same as the Story Bridge.

$75.00

2011 ‘B’ Counterstamp $1 The Royal Australian Mint attended the ANDA Coin Fair in Brisbane in May and took along their mobile coining press. The press was used to strike a maximum of 5,000 Ram’s Head $1 with a ‘B’ for Brisbane counterstamp. Each coin is presented in a specially printed colour card produced just for this show issue. Like all mobile press $1 this coin is hard to get. The Perth ‘P’ counterstamps issue from earlier in the year has completely sold out! We suggest you act quickly to secure your coins.

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$19.50


Brisbane ANDA Fair Celebrate Australia Great Barrier Reef The Celebrate Australia Silver Proof Series has been tremendously popular. The latest issue, which was released at the ANDA Brisbane Coin Fair on 21 May 2011 celebrates the Great Barrier Reef. This World Heritage Site hosts a magnificent array of life and can be seen from outer space. Today, like all the world’s oceans, it under threat from man-made events.

Mintage just 2,500 Coins!

This is first-ever 99.9% pure silver 1oz proof release from The Perth Mint’s Celebrate Australia program. The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured representation of the Gold Coast and a coral reef. The design includes a sea turtle, always popular with those visiting the Great Barrier Reef, and a Cooktown Orchid, Queensland’s floral emblem. Only 2,500 coins have been issued so you will need to act quickly.

$105.00

2011 International Women’s Day 20 Cents Mint Roll On 8 March 2011 International Women’s Day celebrated its centenary. International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on 8 March across the world. IWD is a global day celebrating the economical, political and social achievements of women in the past, present and future. It is a day when women are recognised for their achievements, without regards for division, whether national, ethic, linguistic, cultural, economical or political. To celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day, the Royal Australian Mint has rolled the commemorative circulating 20c Centenary of International Women’s Day coin.

$19.50 per Roll Individual Coins $1.50

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1915 Sinking of the Lusitania Replica Medal RMS Lusitania entered service with the Cunard Line on 26 August 1907. Lusitania was constructed as part of the competition between the Cunard Line and other shipping lines, principally from Germany, for the transAtlantic passenger trade. Whichever company had the fastest and most luxurious ships had a commercial advantage: However, the outbreak of World War I changed everything. On 4 February 1915 Germany declared the seas around the British Isles a war zone: from 18 February allied ships in the area would be sunk without warning. On 17 April 1915 Lusitania left Liverpool on her 201st transatlantic voyage, arriving in New York on 24 April. A group of German-Americans, hoping to avoid controversy if Lusitania were attacked by a U-boat, discussed their concerns with a representative of the German embassy. The embassy decided to warn passengers before her next crossing not

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to sail aboard Lusitania. The Imperial German embassy placed a warning advertisement in 50 American newspapers, including those in New York. Lusitania departed New York for the home leg on 1 May. By 6 May she was less than 20 kilometres from Ireland when she was sighted and targeted by the German U-boat U-20. The torpedo hit the starboard side just behind the bridge. Two explosions occured and the Lusitania immediately listed to starboard and the bow submerged. She sank in 18 minutes taking

1,198 of the 1,959 people on board to their graves. In August 1915, Munich medalist and sculptor Karl X. Goetz privately struck a small run of medals as a limited-circulation satirical attack on the Cunard Line for trying to continue business as usual during wartime. Goetz blamed both the British government and the Cunard Line for allowing the Lusitania to sail despite the German embassy's warnings. One side of the medal showed the Lusitania sinking laden with guns (incorrectly depicted sinking stern first) with the motto "KEINE BANNWARE!" ("NO CONTRABAND!"), while the reverse showed a skeleton selling Cunard tickets with the motto "Geschäft Ăœber Alles" ("Business Above All"). Goetz had put an incorrect date for the sinking on the medal, an error he later blamed on a mistake in a newspaper story about the sinking: instead of 7 May, he had put "5. Mai", two days before the actual sinking. The British Foreign Office obtained a copy of the medal, photographed it, and sent copies to the United States where it was published in the New York Times on 5 May 1916. Many popular magazines ran photographs of the medal, and it was falsely claimed that it had been awarded to the crew of the U-boat. The Goetz medal attracted so much attention that Lord Newton, who was in charge of Propaganda at the Foreign Office in 1916, decided to exploit the antiGerman feelings aroused by it for propaganda purposes and asked department store entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge to reproduce the medal. The replica medals were produced in an attractive case claiming to be an exact copy of the German medal, and were sold for a shilling apiece. On the cases it was stated that the medals had been distributed in Germany "to commemorate the sinking of the Lusitania" and they came with a propaganda leaflet which strongly denounced the Germans and used the medal's incorrect date to claim that the sinking of the Lusitania was premeditated. We offer true to the original modern replicas of the Lusitania medal. Each is accompanied by a copy of the propaganda leaflet.

$49.50


2011 Royal Wedding PNC

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$15.95 The Royal Australian Mint and Australia Post have celebrated the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton with the release of this handsome PNC. The cover, which slows Westminster Abbey, includes the RAM’s Wedding commemorative 50 cents featuring the

Royal Couple. Australia Post’s 60 cents and $2.20 Royal Wedding Stamps are afixed and are post marked First Day of Issue 20 May 2011. A great addition to your PNC or Royal Wedding Collection.

Royal Engagement and Wedding Uncirculated 50c The Royal Engagement and Royal Wedding Cupronickel 50 Cents are presented in a credit card style holders matching the 2006 Queen’s Birthday and Royal Visit and 2007 Royal Wedding issues.

2010 Royal Engagement 50 Cents

2011 Royal Wedding 50 Cents

$8.95

$8.95

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2011 Rugby Union - Men of Gold 1 Ounce Silver Proof The Australian team has competed in all six Rugby World Cups, and won the World Cup on two occasions, in 1991 defeating England in the final and in 1999 defeating France in the decider. The team competes annually with New Zealand and South Africa in the Tri-Nations Series. Within this series, they contest the Bledisloe Cup with New Zealand and the Nelson Mandela Challenge Plate with South Africa.

Mintage just 5,000 Coins!

Currently, Australia is ranked second in the International Rugby Board World Rankings and holds the Mandela Plate. The Australian Rugby Union Men of Gold coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. The coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965. The coin’s reverse depicts a Wallabies player in action, holding a rugby ball. The design features the famous Wallabies green and gold colours and logo. The design also incorporates the inscription MEN OF GOLD 2011. Only 5,000 coins will be struck by the Perth Mint. In plush case with certificate and outer box.

$115.00

2011 Royal Wedding 20 Cents Mint Roll Don’t miss the new Australian 2011 Royal Wedding 20 Cents Mint Roll. Struck by the Royal Australian Mint the coin features the smiling portraits of the Royal Couple on the reverse. Presented in a commemorative wrapper.

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$19.50 per Roll Individual Coins $1.50


The 2011 Australian Gold Proof Koalas Including the High Relief 1 Ounce The 2011 99.99% Pure Gold Proof Koala coins from the Perth Mint are now available. Introduced in response to collector desire for an Australian gold coin series depicting the Mint’s popular koala design theme, these stunning numismatic releases are meticulously struck in proof quality. Available in four denominations, the Australian Gold Proof Koala is the only Perth Mint series to include a 1oz ‘high relief’ gold coin. The spectacular release is struck on a significantly thicker blank to accommodate the greater design depth on its specially prepared die.

Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, proof quality Australian Koala gold coins are set to delight the most fastidious collectors into the future with appealing new designs each year.

The 2011 coin amother and baby koala in the fork of a tree. The design, which also incorporates The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, is struck in ‘high relief’ on the 1oz coin. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2011 year-date and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse of each coin. Each coin is housed in a luxury presentation case with a jarrah timber lid. Each display case comes in an illustrated box shipper accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

2 Ounce Gold Proof $4,500.00 1 Ounce Gold Proof $2,700.00

1/10 Ounce Gold Proof $275.00 1/25 Ounce Gold Proof $136.00

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Wildlife in Need 2011 Giant Panda Silver Proof

Mintage just 5,000 Coins!

The first release in the Wildlife in Need series is the Giant Panda. The Giant Panda is a peaceful, bamboo-eating member of the bear family native to China. It is easily recognized by the large, distinctive black patches around the eyes, over the ears, and across its round body. Known for its solitary nature, the Giant Panda has an acute sense of smell and can grow up to five feet in height. They have steadily lost their forest habitat to China’s expanding human population. These striking animals are now confined to fragmented forest patches high in the mountains of south western China. The coin’s reverse features an adult Giant Panda and cub in colour, against a backdrop of bamboo forest and a mountain. The lower reverse comprises a struck design showing a pair of supporting hands with a bamboo motif incorporated into the design. Coins 2 to 5 in the series will feature other endangered wildlife. Struck by the Perth Mint, each coin is presented in a plush presentation case with certificate and colourful box. The series is sure to prove enormously popular with its tiny mintage of just 5,000 coins. A donation of $1.99 per coin will be made to World Wildlife Fund - Australia for each coin sold.

$114.50

2011 Gold Proof Sovereign The sovereign is one of the most famous gold coins ever made. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Australian mints in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth contributed to its success in no small measure by producing large quantities from locally mined gold. More than 106 million sovereigns were produced in Perth alone. In 2009, after a 78-year hiatus, The Perth Mint resumed regular production of gold coins bearing the prestigious sovereign title. This year’s Perth Mint Gold Proof Sovereign will again appeal to collectors of remarkable gold coins and those looking for a gift that will be treasured for life. Made with meticulous attention to detail, the 2011 coin is struck from traditional 91.67% pure gold (22-carat) in supreme proof quality. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, just 2,500 will be released in special presentation packaging. Available at the Issue Price of

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$675.00


2011 Duntroon Centenary PNC The Perth Mint and Australia Post are celebrating 100 years of Duntroon, the Royal Military College of Australia. The college was founded in 1911 at Duntroon, located in the Australian Capital Territory, and is situated on picturesque grounds at the foot of Mount Pleasant. Over the years, Duntroon has established a rich history. Graduates have led Australian soldiers in every major military campaign in which Australia has been engaged. Recognised as one of the world’s leading military colleges, it proudly upholds a famous tradition of training and developing some of the country’s most accomplished leaders.

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$15.95

The coin’s reverse depicts the official Royal Military College badge incorporating the motto DOCTRINA VIM PROMOVET (learning promotes strength). The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2011 year-date, and the monetary denomination are shown on the coin’s obverse.

Affixed to the envelope is a 60c stamp. The stamp is postmarked for the first day of issue and features Australia Post’s Seal of Authenticity and official number.

2011 Centenary of Duntroon Coin and Badge Set The Perth Mint is celebrating 100 years of Duntroon, the Royal Military College of Australia responsible for training cadets for service as officers in the Australian Army. The college was founded at Duntroon located in the Australian Capital Territory, in 1911, and is situated on picturesque grounds at the foot of Mount Pleasant. Over the years, Duntroon has established a rich history. Graduates have led Australian soldiers in every major military campaign in which Australia has been engaged. Recognised as one of the world’s leading military colleges, it proudly upholds a famous tradition of training and developing some of the country’s most accomplished leaders. Struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality, the coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965. Just 7,500 of these coin and badge sets will be released.

$117.00

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2011 Fine Silver Proof Set

Following the proud tradition of the Royal Australian Mint’s commitment to annual collections, we offer the strictly limited 2011 Fine Silver Proof Set. The 2011 Fine Silver Year Set continues the concept started in 2009. No longer is it an extension of the year set theme, it is now dedicated to showcasing Australian circulating coin designs.

Each wooden case includes a numbered plaque which matches the issue number featured on the certificate of authenticity. In this set the familiar becomes the extraordinary as silver brings out fine designs that were not evident before. Limited to just 6,000 Sets. Available at the Official Issue Price of

$295.00

2011 2-Coin Silver Proof Set First Release It has been 21 years since the then Australian Government Treasurer Peter Costello announced, during his budget speech on the 21 August 1990, the cessation of one and two cent coins.

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In 2011 the RAM pays homage to these two fine examples of Australian circulating coinage by producing them in fine silver. The proof version of Stuart Devlin’s feather-tailed

glider and the frilled neck lizard are simply stunning and capture all of the intricate details that these two native animals are renowned for. The 2-Coin Set is presented in a timber case and has a mintage of just 6,000 Sets. Available at the Official Issue Price of

$80.00


The Wiggles 20th Birthday $1 Coins Celebrating twenty years of phenomenal success, The Wiggles formed as an entertainment group in Sydney, Australia in 1991. Combining music with their university degrees in Early Childhood Development, the group has generated an extraordinary worldwide following with their music albums, DVDs, television series and concert appearances. In 2008, the four

members of The Wiggles were named UNICEF goodwill ambassadors, and in 2010, the original cast were each appointed a Member of the Order of Australia. The Perth Mint has released four individual Australian $1 coins and a four-coin set to mark the 20th anniversary of The Wiggles. Each coin is presented in a colour guitar-shaped holder. The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured representation of The Wiggles band members and characters.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured representation of The Wiggles sitting in their famous Big Red Car.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured representation of The Wiggles band members playing music.

Individual Coin of Your Choice in Colour Holder

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured representation of The Wiggles characters: Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog, Dorothy the Dinosaur and Henry the Octopus.

$15.95

Complete 4 Coin Set in Wiggles Suitcase

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$59.50

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The First 5 Ounce Silver Proof Koala This is the first time that an Australian Koala coin has been offered in this size. The coin features delightful original artistry and is struck by The Perth Mint from 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. The koala is an internationally recognised symbol of Australia. An arboreal marsupial, it spends most of its time in trees. Inactive during the day, it feeds on the foliage of the eucalypt at night. The koala is one of the few mammals, other than primates, that have fingerprints very similar to those of humans. The coin is issued as Australian legal tender and no more than 300 out of the worldwide mintage of 5,000 will be available in Australia.

$495.00

2011 Ships that Changed the World - the Santa Maria This fabulous release celebrates the Santa Maria and the voyage of explorer Christopher Columbus to the Americas. The Santa Maria, or Santa Maria de La Immaculada Concepcion, was the largest of three ships used by Columbus on his first voyage (1492 - 1493). Although Columbus was not the first explorer to reach the Americas from Europe; the voyages of Columbus marked a milestone. Columbus opened up the New World to further exploration and colonisation. This is the first coin in the series.

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Struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality, each coin in the series has a diameter of 40.6mm. Presented in a plush case with numbered certificate of authenticity. No more than 5,000 coins will be issued.

$107.00


Black Bart Pirate Dollar This seafaring series on pirates is proving popular plunder for young collectors. The fourth coin features Black Bart (Bartholomew Roberts) who was the most notorious pirate of his era. Born in Wales in 1682, Roberts went to sea at the age of 13 and after a poorly-paid career as a seaman he converted to piracy. Famous for his navigational skills, Black Bart plundered shipping relentlessly off West Africa, South America, Newfoundland and in the Caribbean, reportedly capturing over 400 ships! Black Bart made a gallant figure; he wore silk waistcoats, a red feather in his hat, a gold chain with a diamond cross hanging from it, a sword in one hand and two pairs of pistols slung over his shoulders. Unlike other pirates, however, Roberts preferred the taste of tea to rum!

$14.95

The aluminium bronze coin depicts Black Bart against the backdrop of a pirate ship and ‘pieces of eight’ coinage. In colour Pack.

Blackbeard Pirate Dollar The first coin in the Pirates series is still available at issue price.

$14.95

Henry Morgan Pirate Dollar Coin two in the Pirates series is still available at issue price.

$14.95

Calico Jack Pirate Dollar Coin three in the Pirates series is still available at issue price.

$14.95

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The Magnificent 25th Anniversary Archive Note Collection

BACK IN STOCK

Save $7,270.00!*

$9500.00

One of the most Spectacular Collections issued anywhere in the World! In 1991 the Reserve Bank of Australia delved into its archives to assemble a spectacular collection of original Australian Banknotes to mark the 25th Anniversary of Decimal Currency. From stocks that had been in storage for a quarter of a century or more, they assembled a limited number of Collections comprising the last four Australian Predecimal Notes (Ten Shillings, One Pound, Five Pounds and Ten Pounds) and the first four Decimal Notes (One Dollar, Two Dollars, Ten Dollars and Twenty Dollars). As the Reserve Bank had archived the very last Predecimal Notes and the very first Decimal Notes produced they were able to match the serial numbers in an unprecedented manner. All four of the

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Decimal Notes in this Collection not only feature the very first Prefix but they all have identical serial numbers below 1000. To match the Decimal Notes the Predecimal issues have the very last Prefix and the final four digits of the serial numbers match each other and those of the Decimal Notes. Outside these Collections such a combination would be impossible.


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Brilliant Presentation! In keeping with the importance of these notes a special leather album and slip case was produced and a lavish descriptive colour album was manufactured to house the notes. The limited number of notes on hand meant the Reserve Bank exhausted all of its stock in producing this great collection.

The 1994 Triple Anniversary Banknote Set

Save $7,270.00 on the catalogue value of individual notes! Over the years this Collection has proven to be a tremendous investment. And today, with the current McDonald catalogue value for the notes alone being $16,770.00*, this Set represents great buying at our price of

$9,500.00

Save 43% on the individual note prices! An important and historic collection of very popular Australian Notes.

in 1994 the Reserve Bank delved into its Archive holdings again to produce another outs tanding Decimal Note Collection. From the very first printing of the $5, $50 and $100 the Triple Ann iversary Collection was assembled. All three notes in this Collection feat ure the first Serial Prefix - NAA for the $5, YAA for the $50 and ZAA for the $100. Once again what makes this Collection extra special is that all thre e notes have the same serial number which is under 001 000. Only 800 of these stunning individu ally numbered Archive Sets were released! The lavi sh leather bound presentation and superb artwork mak es this a Also magnificent item for collecting, inve sting of as a available! 1991 family heirloom. 25th ANNIVERSARY McDonald catalogue value is $3,450.0 and 1994 TRIPLE 0. Save an ANNIVERSARY Collections incredible $700.00! The perfect part ner to the 25th with all notes featuring Anniversary Set! Matching Serial Numbers. This is RARE! $13,700.00.

$2,750.00

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2011 Australia’s Convict Past Gold Proof Collection In 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip brought 751 convicts and 252 marines and their families to proclaim a new British colony in New South Wales. Convicts transported to Australia provided skilled labour for the development of the new colony - many were able farmers, shepherds brickmakers, carpenters, nurses, servants and cattlemen. After serving their term, they often became free subjects. The fledgling New South Wales population was soon augmented with new settlements in Van Diemen’s Land, Norfolk Island, Rottnest Island, Moreton Bay and other destinations. These sites echo the profound impact of convict settlement in our national history. In 2010, the Australian Convict Sites was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The property is made up of 11 convict sites located across Australia. The list recognises places that are of “outstanding universal value” according to the World Heritage Convention. The Convict Past Heritage Sites Collection will consist of six 1/25th Ounce 99.99% Pure Gold Proof coins. The designs will show Port Arthur, Hyde Park Barracks, Fremantle Prison, Cascades Female Factory, Coal Mines historic site and Old Government House.

Port Arthur is the most well

known property whereby it began as a penal settlement with numerous industrial activities such as ship building and flour milling later of course becoming a major tourist attraction.

Fremantle Prison was

built as a convict barracks in the 19th century and remained in continual use until 1991. The Establishment was renamed Fremantle Prison in 1867.

Accompanying the set is an Australia Post Souvenir Stamp Sheet, certificates and an information booklet on all eleven sites on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Only 3,000 of each

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The Hyde Park Barracks was built in 1819.

It as Australia’s first government built barracks and is today the only one remaining example from the Macquarie era.

The Cascades Female Factory operated from 1828-1856 and continued as a Gaol until 1877. Women were employed in the factory in washing, sewing, carding and spinning. coin will be struck. Coins 3 and 4 are now available. Coins 5 and 6 will be released in September.

The Complete 6-Coin Set $720.00


2011 Dame Nellie Melba PNC Dame Nellie Melba was Australia’s first international singing star and was among the first international artists to perform in radio broadcasts. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the uncirculated aluminium bronze commemorative is housed in a beautifully designed card that fits inside a similarly illustrated envelope with a circular window revealing the coin’s reverse and obverse designs.

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The coin's reverse depicts a coloured portrait of Dame Nellie Melba and includes the rhododendron flower, her personal emblem. The inscription DAME NELLIE MELBA 1861 – 1931 and The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark are also featured in the design. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2011 year-date, and the monetary denomination are shown on the coin’s obverse.

$15.95

Affixed to the envelope is a 60c stamp featuring Rupert Bunny’s grand 1902 portrait of Dame Nellie Melba. The stamp is postmarked for the first day of issue and features Australia Post’s Seal of Authenticity and official number.

2011 Royal Australian Navy PNC The Perth Mint and Australia Post mark the 100th anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy with a stunning commemorative Stamp and Coin Cover. On 1 March 1901, exactly two months after the Federation of Australia, responsibility for the former colonies’ naval forces passed to the new Commonwealth Government, setting in train developments resulting in the emergence of the Royal Australian Navy in 1911. Struck by The Perth Mint in aluminium bronze, the coin’s reverse depicts the official Navy badge incorporating the St Edwards (Queens) Crown and the inscription ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY 100 YEARS 1911 – 2011.

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$15.95

Affixed to the envelope are two official Australia Post stamps. The first 60c stamp features HMAS Australia, which was the Royal Australian Navy’s first flagship. The second 60c stamp features HMAS Sydney V, representing the strength of the Australian Navy’s current fleet. The stamps are postmarked for the first day of issue and feature Australia Post’s Seal of Authenticity and official number.

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Very Rare 1855 Half Sovereign

Australia’s Rarest Circulating Coin Today, the 1855 Half Sovereign is considered Australia's Rarest Circulating coin. It is many times rarer than the 1930 Penny and being the first Australian Gold coin is considerably more important. Over the 21 years I have been in business I have only handled about 6 examples. This is one of the nicest as this coin is almost always seen extremely worn and often damaged. This is a really pleasing example with some detail in the hair.

The discovery of Gold in Australia in the 1850's created the need for more coinage. In 1855 the Sydney Mint was established as a branch of the Royal Mint and production of the first official Australian gold coins commenced. Sovereigns and Half Sovereigns were struck featuring an unique Australian design. Sovereigns were struck in large quantities as they were also a common international trade coin, but the smaller Half Sovereign was struck in very small numbers to facilitate local trade. In 1855, the first year of issue for the Sydney Mint, 502,000 Sovereigns were struck from the newly discovered gold. However, only 21,000 Half Sovereigns were struck. This was to be the lowest mintage of any circulating Half Sovereign. Then in 1857 the portrait design of Victoria was changed meaning this coin type was only issued for two years.

Such is the rarity of this coin that no example is known in Uncirculated condition. In EF condition the coin catalogues at $250,000.00. This coin is certainly not EF but it does grade gVG. In VG the coin catalogues at $28,000.00 and in Fine $65,000.00. This example is in between.

gVG $27,500.00

New Renniks 24th Edition Now in its 47th year of publication, the new edition Renniks Australian Coin and Banknote Values is now available. This edition is lavishly illustrated in colour with over 2,000 photographs and thousands of updated valuations based on information complied from computer databases. A must for all collectors.

Softcover $30.00 Hardcover $39.95

Rare 1981 3 1/2 Claw 20 Cents Metal: Weight: Diameter: Obverse design: Ian Reverse design:

Cupro nickel 11.31 grams 28.52 mm Rank-Broadley Stuar t Devlin

Coin packaged by Global Promot ions

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Rare 1981 2 3 1/ Claw 20 Cents

In 1981, due to an industrial dispute at the Royal Australian Mint, the Canadian and British Mints were Coin Specifications Regular 4 contracted to Claw Issue produce coins to Regular 4 meet our circulating Claw Issue Rare 3 1/2 currency needs. The Claw Issue coins from the Canadian Mint have a different finish to those produced in Canberra. But the most interesting feature Rare 3 1/2 exist on a small number of 1981 Claw Issue Canadian Mint 20 cents. In 1966, to secretly distinguish coins from the London Mint, small adjustments were made to the coin designs. To the untrained eye the changes were difficult to detect, but to those who knew where to look they were quite obvious. In 1981, after a break of 15 years, this practice was also used on a small number of the Canadian-minted

20 cents coins. On the left claw of the Platypus, the inner-most claw was substantially shortened, prompting the name “3 1/2 Claw Variety”. (See McDonald 15th Edition page 119). This variety was not discovered for quite a few years and today it is a very scarce item. McDonald catalogue value is UNC $170.00! From an original roll we are delighted to offer this Very Scarce Decimal issue. Presented in a descriptive card.

UNC $150.00 each


Australia 2011 Royal Wedding Silver Proof $1 The marriage of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton is a timely good news story that millions, if not billions, of people around the globe will follow with intense interest. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has approved the design for a commemorative release symbolising Australia’s heartfelt congratulations and warmest wishes for the couple’s future happiness. Struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver, the coin’s flawless proof quality table bears an official image of the happy couple, with beaming smiles on their jubilant faces realistically portrayed in colour. Set to be a timeless reminder of an historic Royal wedding, the coin is restricted to a limited mintage of just Mintage 12,500 worldwide. Each 0 release comes in just 12,50 thoughtfully-prepared presentation Coins! packaging featuring exquisite touches of luxury. The coin’s reverse portrays the couple’s official engagement photograph with an intricately detailed, raised image of Westminster Abbey, the setting for their wedding, in the background. The design incorporates The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the inscriptions ‘Royal Wedding 29.04.2011’ and ‘H.R.H. Prince William of Wales & Miss Catherine Middleton’. Presented in a plush presentation case with certificate and outer box. With a mintage of just 12,500 coins you will need to act quickly.

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Silver Coins of the Roman Republic The period from the overthrow of the Roman monarchy, c.509BC until the rise of Augustus in 27BC is known as the Roman Republic. The Roman Republic was governed by a complex constitution, which centered on the principles of a separation of powers and checks and balances. The evolution of the constitution was heavily influenced by the struggle between the aristocracy, or the patricians, and other talented Romans who were not from famous families, the plebeians. During the first two centuries, the Republic saw its territory expand from central Italy to the entire Mediterranean world. In the next century, Rome grew to dominate North Africa, the Iberian Peninsula, Greece, and what is now southern France. During the last two centuries of the Roman Republic, it grew to dominate the rest of modern France, as well as much

of the east. At this point, the republican political machinery was replaced with imperialism. The major coin of the Roman Republic was the silver Denarius. Initially the designs were decided by "the three men responsible for casting and striking bronze, silver and gold" or the tresviri monetales, also sometimes referred to as the mint magistrates. The trio was composed of young statesmen aspiring for political office. Production was carried out by moneyers, rather than a government mint. Early designs typically showed the goddess Roman with a chariot on the reverse. However, as time went on, the moneyers often chose to feature designs proclaiming the successes of their family, both political and military. Self-promoting imagery on coins was part of the increasing competition amongst the ruling class in the Roman Republic. This issue we offer original silver Denarii of the Roman Republic dating from 150-50BC. All are fully identified and described and grade Fine or better. They represent remarkable buying at our prices.

Individual Coin of the Roman Republic $99.50 Three Different $295.00 Five Different $490.00

Russia 1917 Royal Family Medallic Rouble Set Nicholas II was the last Czar of Russia. He ruled from 1894 until his abdication in 1917 and his reign saw Russia decline from a great world power to an economic and military disaster. Following the February Revolution and his abdication Nicholas and his family were imprisoned in the Alexander Palace. They were finally moved to the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg where he, his wife Alexandra, four daughters: Olga, Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia, and son Alexei were executed on the night of 16/17 July 1918. This handsome medallic Rouble shows Nicholas II on the obverse and his family on the reverse. Struck with a Prooflike finish, only 750 were issued in each Copper, Golden Alloy and Nickel Silver. Each Rouble is presented in a colour display holder.

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Set of 3 Only $29.95


Hadrian in Egypt AD117-138 The Roman province of Egypt (Aegyptus) was established in 30 BC after Octavian (the future emperor Augustus) defeated his rival Mark Antony, deposed his lover Queen Cleopatra VII and annexed the Ptolemaic kingdom of Egypt to the Roman Empire. The province encompassed most of modern-day Egypt except for the Sinai Peninsula (which would later be conquered by Trajan). Aegyptus was bordered by the provinces of Creta et Cyrenaica to the West and Judaea (later Arabia Petraea) to the East. Egypt would come to serve as a major producer of grain for the empire. As a province, Aegyptus was ruled by a prefect instead of the traditional senatorial governor of other Roman provinces. The prefect was a man of equestrian rank and was appointed by the Emperor.

The emperor Hadrian twice visited Egyptus. On his second visit his entourage included a Bithynian Greek youth, Antinous, with whom Hadrian was close. In October 130, whilst sailing on the Nile, Antinous drowned for unknown reasons; accident, suicide, murder or religious sacrifice have all been postulated. The emperor was grief stricken. Hadrian ordered Antinous deified, and cities were named after the boy, medals struck with his effigy, and statues erected to him in all parts of the empire. Temples were built for his worship in Bithynia, Mantineia in Arcadia. The city of Antinopolis was founded on the ruins of Besa, where he died. Throughout his reign Hadrian struck an interesting series of coins at Alexandria in Egypt. We offer an interesting selection of these historic pieces.

Hemidrachm. Year 14. R Athena standing holding Nike. Old scratches VF $295

Hemidrachm. Year 18. R Demeter and Euthenia facing gFine $335

Hemidrachm. Year 16. R Nilus seated left holding reed and cornucopia Fine $345 Hemidrachm. Year 16. R Nilus seated left holding reed and cornucopia vg $95

Hemidrachm. Year 18. R Nilus reclining, crocodile beside gFine $265

Diobol. Year 18. R Canopis right. An interesting type aFine/VF $125

Hemidrachm. Year 18. R Nilus reclining, crocodile beside aFine/gFine $175

Hemidrachm. Year 3. Emperor in car drawn by four elephants aFine $150

Hemidrachm. Nilus reclining, arm resting on hippopotamus gFine $225

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First Prefix Notes

1982 JohnstonStone $1 DGJ Run of 6 The first Prefix for the last $1 note issue. Much harder than the DPS Last Prefix.

UNC $660.00

1967 Coombs-Randall $10 SDR The First Prefix of the rarest paper $10 signature.

gVF $395.00

1967 Coombs-Randall $20 XBQ Consecutive Pair The most valuable of the First Prefix Paper notes. Catalogues aUNC $5,500.00 per note. Rare as a Pair.

1966 Coombs-Wilson $2 FAA The very first prefix for the $2 note. This is the rarest of the Coombs-Wilson First prefix notes. Catalogues $2,950.00.

UNC $2,295.00

1988 Johnston-Fraser $10 AA00 The First Prefix used for the dated issue Bicentennial $10. Quite hard to find.

UNC $275.00

1985 Johnston-Fraser $20 EJY Gothic serials. A key note with standard prefix and rare with the first prefix.

aUNC $625.00

aUNC $7,250.00

1997 Macfarlane-Evans $50 AA97 Very first serial prefix for Macfarlane-Evans $50.

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UNC $395.00 Consecutive Pair $775.00

1966 Coombs-Wilson $10 SAA The very first prefix for the $10 note and always in great demand.

aUNC $500.00

1966 Coombs-Wilson $20 XAA The very first prefix for the $20 note and always in great demand.

EF $265.00

1974 Phillips-Wheeler $50 YAA Consecutive Pair The first prefix for the $50 note. Not often available as a Consecutive Pair. Way under catalogue value.

gEF $1,150.00

1999 Macfarlane-Evans $50 AA99 First serial prefix for 1999 MacfarlaneEvans $50.

UNC $295.00

1999 Macfarlane-Evans $100 AA99 First serial prefix for 1999 MacfarlaneEvans $100.

UNC $265.00 Consecutive Pair $520.00


Last Prefix Notes

1982 Johnston-Stone $1 DPS The very last Prefix for the $1 note.

UNC $75.00 Consecutive Pair $150.00

1993 Fraser-Evans $5 EA93 Dark Green serials. Last Prefix for the Original colour Polymer $5.

UNC $100.00 Consecutive Pair $200.00

1991 Fraser-Cole $10 MRR The very last Prefix used on the paper $10.

UNC $70.00 Consecutive Pair $135.00 Consecutive Run of 10 $675.00

1973 Phillips-Wheeler $50 YAU Last Prefix for the first $50 issue.

aUNC $495.00 Also a Run of 3 EF $995.00

1985 Johnston-Stone $2 LQG The very last Prefix for the $2 note.

UNC $79.50 Consecutive Pair $150.00 Consecutive Run of 10 $695.00

1976 Knight-Wheeler $10 TPC Gothic Side Thread. A hard to find issue.

UNC $335.00 Consecutive Pair UNC $665.00

1974 Phillips-Wheeler $20 XLH Second issue with ‘Australia’ masthead.

aUNC $450.00

1995 Fraser-Evans $50 VG95 One of the rarest notes in the entire series.

VF $650.00 Fine $295.00

1991 Fraser-Cole $5 QPG The very last Prefix for the paper $5 note.

UNC $95.00 Consecutive Pair $185.00 Consecutive Run of 10 $925.00

1988 Johnston-Fraser $10 AB33 First release, last prefix. Rare in Uncirculated condition.

UNC $1,950.00

1976 Knight-Wheeler $20 XUZ Gothic Side Thread. A very scarce issue.

aUNC $550.00

1996 Fraser-Evans $100 JK96 Last Prefix used for the first Polymer $100 note.

aEF $250.00

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1937 Edward VIII Pattern Pair Upon the death of King George V in 1936 His son Edward was first in line for the British throne. Edward was madly in love with an American - Wallis Simpson. The problem was that Simpson was a divorcee (which meant she could not be Queen of England) and Edward was faced with a terrible decision - to marry the woman he loved or to be crowned King. Love prevailed and Edward abdicated. No coins were issued featuring Edward’s portrait but over the years a number of what-if Patterns have been issued. This Pair of Australian Sterling Silver Threepence and Sixpence were produced about twenty years ago.

$29.50 the Pair Coinage of Edward VIII - the Uncrowned King Upon the death of King George V in 1936 His son Edward was first in line for the British throne. Edward was madly in love with an American - Wallis Simpson. The problem was that Simpson was a divorcee (which meant she could not be Queen of England) and Edward was faced with a terrible decision - to marry the woman he loved or to be crowned King. Love prevailed and Edward’s younger brother George VI became King. During the

turbulent months of indecision a handful of coins were struck in Edward’s name. Two of the few countries to issue Edward VIII coins were Fiji and New Guinea who both released Pennies in 1936. we offer both coins in Uncirculated condition. Fijii 1936 d VIII dward Ed Pennyy

$8.50 each Or 10 for $79.00

2011 Ram’s Head $10 Gold Proof

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Each is presented in a superb descriptive colour holder.

The Merino ram’s head design featured on the 2011 gold proof ‘C’ mintmark is the same that graced the Australian shilling from 1938 until 1963. The original design was modeled on a grand champion Merino from the annual Sydney Sheep show in 1932. This ram was considered to be unmatched in the position of its head and horns. Named Uardry 0.1 after its home station, it became known as the ‘Shilling Ram’ and represented Australia’s growing wool industry. The dignified Merino ram represents Australia’s reliance on primary industry through its economic history.

$345.00 nett


Australian Coins & Notes Uncirculated Advance Australia Token Advance Australia, Melbourne, Victoria undated Penny Token. A571. Well struck.

UNC/Choice UNC $650.00

Choice 1921 Sixpence A lovely example with attractive light tone.

Choice UNC $1,500.00

Choice 1927 Threepence Lovely coin with full mint bloom.

Treasures of Australia 2007 Gold Proof Sapphires Sapphires were the first issue in the tremendously popular Treasures of Australia series. Only 1,000 Gold Proofs were struck and these Australian coins have been keenly snapped up by international collectors. In wooden box of issue. Catalogues $2,450.00 in McDonalds. One only!

FDC $2,195.00

Choice 1928 Sixpence

Choice UNC $550.00

A very superior example.

Choice 1927 Sixpence

Choice 1936 Sixpence

A very superior example.

Choice UNC $725.00

Choice UNC $825.00

A choice example of the last issue of George V.

Choice UNC $595.00

Australia: Grand Duchy of Avram 1985 and 2000 Coin Sets The Grand Duchy of Avram is a micronation founded in the early 1980s by Tasmanian John Charlton Rudge (who sources also alternately name John Avram and John Charlton His Grace the Most Noble the Duke of Avram), an anti-taxation campaigner and hermetic kabbalah adherent. He is generally known as the "Grand Duke of Avram". The most public early manifestation of the Duchy was a bank which initially operated from retail premises owned by Rudge in the town of George Town, and which issued its own banknotes and coinage. This enterprise was later relocated to Strahan, on Tasmania's west coast. Customers were required to exchange Australian currency for the Avram equivalents in order to transact business in Rudge's store. In an attempt to circumvent Australian banking statutes Rudge did not trade as a bank, but instead referred to the operation as a b_nk. The unlicensed nature of the Avram "b_nk" roused the ire

of the Australian government, who promptly confiscated Avram's entire currency reserves and initiated proceedings against him in the Australian Federal Court system. Eventually, after a total of six court cases, costing the federal government some AUD $22 million, the courts ruled that Rudge had not engaged in any illegal activity, and he was permitted to resume his banking practices unhindered. He has issued several sets of coins and banknotes in the name of the Royal Bank of Avram since the 1980s of which we offer the only two we have seen. The Royal Bank of Avram trades in US$ and these sets are somewhat more when purchased direct. Only around 250 of the 1985 Sets were issued.

1985 Set of 6 $695.00 2000 Set of 6 $200.00

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Deadly and Dangerous Box Jellyfish Silver Proof Box Jellyfish are cnidarian invertebrates distinguished by their cube-shaped medusae. Found in Australia’s northern waters, they are best known amongst swimmers for their extremely potent venom which can stop cardiorespiratory functions in just a few minutes. This has made them responsible for more deaths in Australia than from sharks, snakes or saltwater crocodiles. This coin is the latest in the Deadly and Dangerous series. It is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. The reverse, featuring the use of pad printing, shows this deadly creature. Worldwide mintage is 5,000 coins. Limit one per household.

$116.00

Ocean Series Dollars From the Royal Australian Mint The Ocean Series Dollar Collection from the Royal Australian Mint comprises 6 coins all featuring a vividly coloured reverse. Don’t miss this opportunity to start or complete your Set.

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Bottlenose Biscuit Star Longfin Bannerfish Dolphin $14.95 $14.95 $35.00

White Shark $14.95

Buy All 6 Coins for $105.00

Bigbelly Seahorse $14.95


Australian Sealife Series Silver Proof Moray Eel Australian waters host some of the most famous reef systems in the world. From spectacular tropical corals to towering forests of kelp, these dynamic environments are teeming with aquatic life. The fifth and final coin from the first Sea Life series portrays a Moray Eel, which can be seen emerging from reef hideaways in tropical and temperate waters around Australia. Contrary to the impression given by its snake-like body, long sharp teeth and open-mouth, the Moray Eel is not an aggressive fish. Although capable of delivering a nasty bite if provoked, its mouth is generally open so that water can pass over its gills. Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1/2oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coins’ reverse portrayals feature stunning applications of vivid colour. Mintage is 10,000 coins.

$65.00

Leafy Sea Dragon

Clownfish

Seahorse

Coin Two in the Collection

Coin Three in the Collection

Coin Four in the Collection

$95.00

$75.00

$95.00

Sealife Stamp Collection An interesting collection of colourful cinderella stamp issues featuring sealife.

$29.50 the Set

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West Indies Cricket Tour of Australia 1930-31 Autograph Book

This old autograph book contains page after page of messages, drawings and verses. But of most interest is the autographs of the touring West Indies Cricket team obtained on 21st January 1931 at the end of the third test in Brisbane. This was the first tour by a West Indian side and it contained many legends of the game including George Headley, Learie Constantine, Tommy Scott, Jackie Grant and Freddie Martin. There are also other cricket autographs included including Bill Brown. A great item for the cricket fanatic!

$895.00

Century Old Coins from Guernsey Guernsey is a British Dependency in the English Channel off the coast of France. It has been a British possession since the Norman Conquest in 1066. Guernsey’s first coinage was issued in 1830 and the unusual denomination “Double” comes from an old French coin the “Double Tournois”. Eight

What do you like to collect?

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RAM or Perth products Australian Coins & Notes Proclamation & Sovereigns World Coins & Banknotes Stamps or Phonecards Ancient Coins & Fossils

Doubles equalled a British Penny. The original coins from 1911 are in remarkable condition and are very affordable.

Double UNC $16.00

2 Doubles UNC $35.00

Then ask Trish for our current stock list.

Call Trish on 1800 816677 to discuss this further - we have thousands of items that are not yet on our website - we may have the very thing you are looking for in stock! Alternatively, email your interests to info@intnumis.com.au


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........ 2011 5 Ounce Silver Proof Koala

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........ 2011 Santa Maria Silver Proof

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Page 26 - 1937 Edward VIII Pattern Pair

Page 15 - Black Bart Pirate Dollar ........ 1937 Edward VIII Silver Pattern Pair

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29.50 $...................... 8.50 $......................

........ Black Bart Pirate $1

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........ 1936 Edward VIII Penny from New Guinea$

........ Blackbeard Pirate $1

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........ 1936 Edward VIII Penny from Fiji

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8.50 $......................

........ Henry Morgan Pirate $1

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........ 10 of Your Choice

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........ Calico Jack Pirate $1

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........ 2011 Ram’s Head $10 Gold Proof

nett $ 345.00 $......................

Pages 16 & 17 - 25th and Triple Anniversary

Page 27 - Australian Coins and Notes

........ 25th Anniversary Archive Note Collection $ 9500.00 $......................

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........ 1994 Triple Anniversary Archive Note Set $ 2750.00 $......................

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........ Matched Pair with Identical Serials

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$13700.00 $......................

Page 18 - Australia’s Convict Past

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Page 28 - Box Jellyfish Silver Proof

........ 2011 Australia’s Convict Past 6-Coin Gold Proof Set

$ 720.00 $......................

Page 19 - New PNCs ........ 2011 Dame Nellie Melba PNC

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........ 2011 Royal Australian Navy PNC

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15.95 $......................

Page 20 - Very Rare 1855 Half Sovereign ........ Australia 1855 Half Sovereign gVF

$27500.00 $......................

........ Renniks 24th Edition Softcover

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........ Renniks 24th Edition Hardcover

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39.95 $......................

........ Rare 1981 3 1/2 Claw 20 Cents in Holder $ 150.00 $......................

Page 21 - 2011 Royal Wedding Silver Proof ........ 2011 Royal Wedding Silver Proof

$ 107.00 $......................

........ 2011 Box Jellyfish Silver Proof

$ 116.00 $......................

........ 2006 Clown Fish $1

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14.95 $......................

........ 2006 Dolphin $1

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35.00 $......................

........ 2007 Biscuit Star $1

$

14.95 $......................

........ 2007 Bannerfish $1

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14.95 $......................

........ 2007 White Shark $1

$

14.95 $......................

........ 2007 Bigbelly Seahorse $1

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14.95 $......................

........ All 6 $1 Coin

$ 105.00 $......................

Page 29 - Australian Sealife Silver Proofs ........ 2010 Moray Eel Silver Proof

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65.00 $......................

........ 2010 Leafy Sea Dragon Silver Proof

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95.00 $......................

........ 2010 Clownfish Silver Proof

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75.00 $......................

........ 2010 Silver Proof Seahorse Silver Proof

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95.00 $......................

........ Sealife Stamp Collection

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29.50 $......................

Page 22 - Silver Coins of the Roman Republic ........ Individual Coin of the Roman Republic

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$ 295.00 $......................

99.50 $......................

........ Five Different

$ 490.00 $......................

........ Russia 1917 Royal Family Medallic Rouble Set

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29.95 $......................

Page 30 - Autograph Book / Guernsey ........ West Indies Circket Tour of Australia 1930-31 Autograph Book

$ 895.00 $......................

........ Guernsey 1911 Double

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16.00 $......................

........ Guernsey 1911 2 Doubles

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35.00 $......................

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Page 1 - Sealife II Hawksbill Turtle Silver Proof ........ 2011 Hawksbill Turtle Silver Proof Tick here to Coin-in to this Series

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67.50 $......................

Page 3 - 2011 Transformers Silver Proofs

Page 8 - 2011 Rugby Union Silver Proof ........ 2011 Rugby Union Silver Proof

$ 115.00 $......................

........ 2011 Royal Wedding 20 Cents Mint Roll

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19.50 $......................

........ Individual 20 Cent Coin

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1.50 $......................

Page 9 - 2011 Australian Gold Proof Koalas

........ Bumblebee Silver Proof

$ 119.00 $......................

........ 2011 2 Ounce Gold Proof Koala

$ 4500.00 $......................

........ Optimus Prime Silver Proof

$ 119.00 $......................

........ 2011 1 Ounce Gold Proof Koala

$ 2700.00 $......................

........ Megatron Prime Silver Proof

$ 119.00 $......................

........ 2011 1/10 Ounce Gold Proof Koala

$ 275.00 $......................

........ 2011 1/25 Ounce Gold Proof Koala

$ 136.00 $......................

Page 4 - Brisbane ANDA Coin Fair Story Bridge

Page 10 - Wildlife in Need 2011 Giant Panda

........ 2011 Brisbane Story Bridge Silver $1

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........ 2011 Perth Narrows Bridge Silver $1 Tick here to Coin-in to this Series

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75.00 $......................

........ 2011 Giant Panda Silver Proof Tick here to Coin-in to this Series

$ 114.50 $......................

........ 2011 ‘B’ Counterstamp $1

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........ 2011 Gold Proof Sovereign

$ 675.00 $......................

Page 5 - Great Barrier Reef / International Women ........ 2011 Brisbane ANDA Fair Great Barrier Reef Silver Proof Tick here to Coin-in to this Series

........ 2011 Duntroon Centenary PNC $ 105.00 $......................

Mint Roll

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........ Individual Coin

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Page 6 - 1915 Sinking of the Lusitania Replica Medal $

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Page 7 - 2011 Royal Wedding PNC

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........ 2011 Centenary of Duntroon Coin and Badge Set

........ 2001 International Women’s Day 20 Cents

........ 1915 Sinking of the Lusitania Medal

Page 11 - 2011 Duntroon Centenary PNC

$ 117.00 $......................

Page 12 - 2011 Fine Silver Proof Set ........ 2011 Fine Silver Proof Set

$ 295.00 $......................

........ 2011 2-Coin Silver Proof Set

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Page 13 - The Wiggles 20th Birthday Coins ........ 2011 Wiggles Big Red Car Coin RED

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........ 2011 Wiggles Cast Coin PURPLE

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........ 2011 Royal Wedding PNC

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........ 2011 Wiggles Band Members Coin BLUE $

15.95 $......................

........ 2010 Royal Engagement 50 Cents

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8,95 $......................

........ 2011 Wiggles Characters Coin YELLOW $

15.95 $......................

........ 2011 Royal Wedding 50 Cents

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........ 2011 Wiggles 4 Coin Set in Suitcase

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