1999 Australian $1 Coin - The Last ANZACS - 5 MINT MARKS AVAILABLE

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To acknowledge the sacrifice and valour of the landings of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli in 1915 the RAM released this NCLT Last ANZACS dollar coin in 1999. By 1999 even a boy who had lied about his age to join the army at 15 or 16 would be 100, and sadly, veterans of Gallipoli were very few indeed.

This was the first Aluminium-bronze $1 coin to introduce the Ian Rank-Broadley 4th Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on its obverse.

1999 A Mintage: 28,681 Adelaide Mintmark (Royal Adelaide Show)
1999 B Mintage: 33,634  Brisbane Mintmark (Royal Brisbane Show)
1999 C Mintage 126,161  Canberra Mintmark (Gallery Press)
1999 M Mintage: 49,841  Melbourne Mintmark (Royal Melbourne Show)
1999 S Mintage: 53,286 Sydney Mintmark (Royal Sydney Show)

The McDonald Catalogue 23rd edition (page 170),places the value of these coins at:
Adelaide Mintmark: $25
Brisbane Mintmark: $25
Canberra Mintmark: $20
Melbourne Mintmark: $25
Sydney Mintmark: $25.
Coins remain in Uncirculated grade, but some toning has started to develop.
They still remain highly collectable, and retain beautiful mint lustre.

All coins are presented with their original RAM Card, and have been placed into a brand new 2x2 Holder for protection against toning.

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The last Anzacs 1 dollar coin

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Haymin Morgan
Last Anzac 1999

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