Treasures of the National Coin Collection
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Early this morning over one hundred people eagerly awaited to see who would be the lucky individual to strike the first coin worldwide in 2018 at the annual Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) New Year’s celebrations.
This latest exhibition, which opens today at the Royal Australian Mint showcases exceptional nineteenth and early twentieth century Australian silver and gold objects drawn from the National Gallery of Australia’s significant collection of colonial decorative arts and design. The theme of this exhibition is celebration, with objects marking significant personal, community and professional achievements and milestones, or displays of prosperity and artistic accomplishment.
With Australia’s biggest horsepower party less than a month away, the Mint has made plans to join the action at the annual Street Machine Car Festival SUMMERNATS 31 next month.
In celebration of one of Australia’s best known automobile manufacturers, the Mint will have a limited number of the highly sought-after eleven individual coins from the Australian Ford Classic Collection available for purchase, priced at $15 each. In addition to this, the stand will be selling a range of recent release products including the 2017 $2 Coloured Circulating Remembrance Day coin swap sachets.