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2001 One Dollar Unc Three Coin Folder Army Navy and Air Force

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2001 One Dollar Unc Three Coin Folder Army Navy and Air Force

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AUSTRALIA 2001 ONE DOLLAR UNC THREE COIN FOLDER Trio of defence forces commemoratives

One of the rarest and most keenly sought Australian one dollar coin sets issued in recent years.

The mintmark one dollar series is hugely popular right around the country - these coins are affordable, scarce and really well presented, which is why they're put away by parents, grandparents and keen collectors as soon as they're released.

There are always new collectors coming into the market each year, when many of them decide to get the back issues, it means there's plenty of healthy competition for the few that come onto the market.

The first coin in this pair marks the Navy’s 90th anniversary, and features St Edward’s Crown above an anchor.

The second coin marks 80 years of service by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), and features the RAAF General Badge, with St. Edward’s Crown above an eagle.

Below is the RAAF motto ‘Per ardua ad astra’ or ‘Through Adversity to the Stars’.

The third coin commemorates the Centenary of the Australian Army, and displays the ‘rising sun’ crest - a seven-pointed semi-circle of swords and bayonets radiating from a crown.

These coins remains in as-issued condition, and come in the original folder they were issued in by the RAM.