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How much is a remembrance $2 coin worth?

How much is a remembrance $2 coin worth?

Watch the video above for his insight on the $2 coin He says Australia’s “rarest circulating $2 coin” was one of two commemorative coins issued for Remembrance Day in 2012. “5.8 million of these ‘Gold Poppy’ coins were made. These are worth around $10 in uncirculated condition,” he said in the video.

Are any Australian $2 coins valuable?

In 2013 we wrote about 2 dollar coins that were struck on underweight planchets. At that value we’re happy to say that not only is the $2 coin struck on a Euro planchet one of the most rare Australian 2 dollar coins, it’s almost certainly the most valuable one you might find while noodling.

What is a 1988 Australian $2 coin worth?

“Coins made in 1988 and 1989 with ‘HH’ on them are only worth $2,” he said in the video. “As there were 198 million of these minted.”

Why is Gwoya Tjungurrayi on the $2 coin?

Tjungurrayi was the first Aboriginal person to appear on an Australian postage stamp. The design of the Australian two-dollar coin was inspired by a drawing of Tjungurrayi by artist Ainslie Roberts in 1988. The NT Electoral division of Gwoja, created in 2019, was named after Tjungurrayi.

Which Australian coins are worth money?

Australian Dollar Coins that are Worth Money!

  • Mules. Mules are coins that are struck by coin dies that were not intended to be used together.
  • 1992 Mob of Roos Dollar Coin. The 1992 Mob of Roos dollar coin is the stuff of legends.
  • Dollar Coins Struck on Wrong Planchets.
  • 2001 Centenary of Federation Upset Dollar Coins.

Which Australian 50c coins are valuable?

You could take a look at our Aussie silver coin value calculator to work it out. Anyway, back onto the circulation issues. Truly uncirculated 50 cent coins from 1969 (cv $25), 1971 ($25), 1972 ($55), 1973 ($60), 1974 ($35), 1985 ($13), 1993 ($22) , and 1997 ($30) are all worth more than any commemorative 50c coin.

Who is aboriginal man on $2 coin?

Every contemporary Australian has likely seen Gwoja Tjungurrayi’s image. Tjungurrayi, a stockman, traditional lawman, and survivor of the brutal 1928 Coniston massacre, is the Warlpiri-Anmatyerr Aboriginal man engraved on our two dollar coin.

What picture is on the $2 coin?

Gwoya Tjungurrayi is the man depicted on the $2 coin and was a boomerang salesman and elder in Central Australia.

What Australian coins are worth a lot of money?