2003 Australian $1 Coin - 50th Anniversary of the end of the Korean War - Multiple Counterstamps Available

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This 2003 Australian $1 Coin commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the end of the Korean War.

These NCLT coins issued by the RAM commemorate those events of the 27th of July 2003 which was the 50th anniversary of the negotiated truce that saw the end of the war on the Korean peninsula that had begun in June 1950 when a North Korean army poured into South Korea.

Within just a few short days of the invasion the United Nations called for member countries to send forces to Korea to halt the advance. Australia answered the call by sending a squadron of attack aircraft from the RAAF and the 1st Royal Australian Regiment (1RAR).

The coins were issued with (B), (M) & (S) Counterstamps at the relevant ANDA Show during 1993 and (C) Counterstamp at the Public Gallery Press at the RAM. These coins were placed in a coin card.

2003 (B) - Mintage: 34,949 - Brisbane Counterstamp (ANDA Show)

2003 (C) - Mintage: 93,572 - Canberra Counterstamp (Gallery Press)

2003 (M) - Mintage: 36,142 - Melbourne Counterstamp (Royal Melbourne Show)

2003 (S) - Mintage: 36,091 - Sydney Counterstamp (ANDA Show)

All coins are presented with their original RAM Card, and are in excellent uncirculated condition, with no toning.

Listed on page 93 of Rennicks Australian Coin and Banknote Values (30th edition).

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