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2006 Fifty Dollar Three Coin Proof Set Melbourne Games

2006 Fifty Dollar Three Coin Proof Set Melbourne Games

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Includes Australia's 3rd tri-metallic commemorative coin.

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2006 Fifty Dollar Three Coin Proof Set Melbourne Games


Includes Australia's 3rd tri-metallic commemorative coin.

Australia first issued a bi-metallic coin way back in 1994, a number have been issued since then and they've all been hugely popular with collectors.

Imagine then the surprise when Australia's first tri-metallic coin was seen in 2002 - it had an inner gold core, with discs of silver and copper around it.

The difficulty of producing this type of coin has had an impact on the mintage the RAM is prepared to commit to - just 2,500 of these hugely innovative coins were struck, making it a truly rare modern coin.

The only way that this coin can be obtained is though the purchase of one of these sets - they were not released individually.

The coins remain in the original presentation case, and are accompanied by the certificate of authenticity.