Élisabeth II (1952-présent)
|Type||Pièce non circulante|
5,00 AUD = 3,89 USD
|Orientation||Frappe médaille ↑↑|
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara set within a circle. Text outside of the circle.
Graveur : Ian Rank-Broadley
Depiction of the Sun in pad printed Yellow.
Surrounded by swirling shapes representing solar flares of The Sun.
Planetary Symbol of The Sun below.
© Mike Bentley
This NCLT frosted proof type, colour pad printed coin is part of a 10 coin set released by the RAM. They are packaged within a coincard inside an information-filled pop-up book, featuring colour-printing and is the first time for a RAM collection to feature the bronze 1 and 2 cent blanks along with the aluminium bronze $1 and $2 blanks. The addition of two $5 blanks including a bi-metallic one to represent the rings of Saturn makes this set astronomical.
This particular $5 coin represents The Sun at the centre of the Solar System and has the Planetary Symbol for The Sun on the reverse. This crown sized coin is the largest in the set as befits The Sun
|2017||6 950||(en) UNC in Coincard|
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