1994 Australian One Dollar Coin - 10th Anniversary of the Dollar Coin/Dollar Decade - Multiple Mintmarks Available

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1994 Australian One Dollar Coin celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Dollar Coin
(known as the Dollar Decade) was released as a NCLT and a silver proof coin by the RAM in 1994.

The $1 coin which was introduced in 1984 replacing the old $1 Note.  

The reverse design carries an image of the old Australian $1 note morphing and merging into the Mob of Roo's one dollar coin.


The details of each coin are as follows:

Canberra 'C' Mintmark (RAM Visitors Gallery Issue)
Mintage: 123.318
Catalogue value: $20.00.

Melbourne 'M' Mintmark (Royal Melbourne Show Issue)
Mintage: 65,440
Catalogue value: $20.00.

Sydney 'S' Mintmark (Royal Easter Show Issue)
Mintage: 74,426
Catalogue value: $20.00.

Catalogue values are from Rennicks Australian Coin and Banknote Values 30th Edition, Page 92.

Each coin is accompanied by its original coin slip with printed information insert.

The coins themselves have developed a slight tone (most likely due to storage in their original coin slips for nearly 25 years).

They still demonstrate an amazing mint lustre, and are uncirculated both in grade, and in a literal interpretation.

Each has been placed into a brand new 2x2 coin holder to preserve their brilliant state.
**Please Note** Some of the Coin Slips may have writing on them.

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