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The coin features a landscape shot of Parliament House with the 81 metre flag and marble-clad columns. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, this coin comes presented in a blue leatherette case with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Officially opened by His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip in 1965, the Royal Australian Mint is the sole producer of Australia’s coins currently in circulation. The Royal Australian Mint also celebrates Australia and its history by producing high-quality commemorative proof coins, perfect for coin enthusiasts and collectors.

Please note: This item is second hand and may have nicks, marks and scuffs to the outer and/or inner box or capsule. We strive to ensure that all items listed for sale are to a high standard, but please be aware that some of the older boxes issued by the Mints have not stood the test of time.

1998 Parliament House 10 Years On $1 Silver Proof

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The design commemorates the 10th anniversary of the opening of Parliament House.

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The coin features a landscape shot of Parliament House with the 81 metre flag and marble-clad columns. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, this coin comes presented in a blue leatherette case with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Officially opened by His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip in 1965, the Royal Australian Mint is the sole producer of Australia’s coins currently in circulation. The Royal Australian Mint also celebrates Australia and its history by producing high-quality commemorative proof coins, perfect for coin enthusiasts and collectors.

Please note: This item is second hand and may have nicks, marks and scuffs to the outer and/or inner box or capsule. We strive to ensure that all items listed for sale are to a high standard, but please be aware that some of the older boxes issued by the Mints have not stood the test of time.