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The 2012 Remembrance Day Red Poppy is the first of the Australian coloured $2 commemorative circulating coins. On the 26th of October 2012, the Royal Australian Mint announced that “In the lead-up to Remembrance Day, it is only fitting that Australia's first $2 commemorative circulating coin features the poppy flower, a symbol synonymous with this important day of reflection.

The coloured coin, of which there will be half a million, will be circulated nationally through the Returned and Services League (RSL) Red Poppy Appeal. The non-coloured poppy coin, to be produced in a minimum run of five million, will be distributed through the normal channels via banks and retail outlets over the coming months. Only one other country, Canada, has released coloured coins into circulation and the fact that we have added micro-lettering into the design showcases our world-class innovative capabilities”, said the Mint’s Chief Executive Officer Mr Ross MacDiarmid.

The coin was available at the time for $10.00 with many glued to a RSL donation card with many sold directly to the public by the RSL in roll.

The image is a representation only.   The coin you receive may have a different certificate number but all verified and backed by PCGS and graded MS67.

2012 Remembrance Day Red Poppy Graded MS65

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The infamous and first coloured $2 coin to come out with this one graded at MS65 by PCGS.

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The 2012 Remembrance Day Red Poppy is the first of the Australian coloured $2 commemorative circulating coins. On the 26th of October 2012, the Royal Australian Mint announced that “In the lead-up to Remembrance Day, it is only fitting that Australia's first $2 commemorative circulating coin features the poppy flower, a symbol synonymous with this important day of reflection.

The coloured coin, of which there will be half a million, will be circulated nationally through the Returned and Services League (RSL) Red Poppy Appeal. The non-coloured poppy coin, to be produced in a minimum run of five million, will be distributed through the normal channels via banks and retail outlets over the coming months. Only one other country, Canada, has released coloured coins into circulation and the fact that we have added micro-lettering into the design showcases our world-class innovative capabilities”, said the Mint’s Chief Executive Officer Mr Ross MacDiarmid.

The coin was available at the time for $10.00 with many glued to a RSL donation card with many sold directly to the public by the RSL in roll.

The image is a representation only.   The coin you receive may have a different certificate number but all verified and backed by PCGS and graded MS67.