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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.

The design on a legal tender pure silver $1 proof coin celebrates one of Australia's earliest and most intriguing forms of currency the Holey Dollar and Dump.

The details of two excellently preserved original coins have been faithfully replicated with the use of 3-dimensional image scanning technology to recreate the designs at their original size with an overlap providing an attractive crescent moon shape to the signature hole in the centre.

Surrounded by a modern proof-finish ring a cameo-like over stamping of the Queen's effigy bridges the 'old' and 'new' coins uniting the past and the present.

2003 Holey Dollar And Dump $1 Proof Subscription Coin

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Commemorating the 150th anniversary of Australia's first circulation half sovereign coins by the Sydney Mint in 1855.

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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.

The design on a legal tender pure silver $1 proof coin celebrates one of Australia's earliest and most intriguing forms of currency the Holey Dollar and Dump.

The details of two excellently preserved original coins have been faithfully replicated with the use of 3-dimensional image scanning technology to recreate the designs at their original size with an overlap providing an attractive crescent moon shape to the signature hole in the centre.

Surrounded by a modern proof-finish ring a cameo-like over stamping of the Queen's effigy bridges the 'old' and 'new' coins uniting the past and the present.