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Currency Determination No. 7 of 1998

Authoritative Version
No. 7 of 1998 Determinations/Currency as made
This Determination sets out the specifications and design of certain coins.
Administered by: Treasury
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Registered 28 Apr 2008
Gazetted 25 Nov 1998
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I, PETER HOWARD COSTELLO, Treasurer, make this determination under subsection 13A (1) of the Currency Act 1965.

Dated 18 November 1998.

 

PETER COSTELLO

Treasurer


Currency Determination No. 7 of 19981

made under the

 

 

Contents

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                        1     Name of determination                                                    

                        2     Commencement                                                             

                        3     Specification of coins                                                      

                        4     Application of determination                                             

Schedule 1                                                                                                  

Part 1                      Specifications of coins                                                    

Part 2                      Explanation of symbols                                                   

 


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1              Name of determination

                This determination is Currency Determination No. 7 of 1998.

2              Commencement

                This determination commences on gazettal.

3              Specification of coins

                This determination specifies, for a coin having the denomination and standard composition specified in columns 2 and 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 1, the standard weight, the allowable variation from that weight, the dimensions and the design specified in columns 4, 5 and 6 of that Part.

4              Application of determination

                This determination does not affect any other determination of the specifications of a coin.


Schedule 1                  

 (section 3)

 

                                             Part 1        Specifications of coins

 

Column 1

Column 2

 

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Column 6

 

Item

 

Denomination

 

Standard

composition

 

Standard weight and allowable variation (g)

 

Dimensions

 

Design

 

 

 

 

(1)
Diameter
(mm)

(2)
Thickness
(mm)

(1)
Shape

(2)
Edge

(3)
Obverse

(4)
Reverse

101

$1

Copper, aluminium and nickel

9.00 ± 0.280

25.12

2.80

S1

E3

O11

R119

102

$1

99.9% silver

11.66 ± 0.240

25.12

2.80

S1

E3

O11

R120

103

$1

Copper, aluminium and nickel

9.00 ± 0.280

25.12

2.80

S1

E3

O11

R121

104

$1

99.9% silver

31.635± 0.500

40.60

4.00

S1

E1

O11

R123

105

$10

99.9% silver

20.77± 0.500

34.10

2.90

S1

E4

O11

R124

106

$10

99.9% silver

20.77 ± 0.500

34.10

2.90

S1

E4

O11

R125

107

$10

92.5% silver, 7.5% copper

20.00 ± 0.500

34.10

2.90

S1

E1

O5

R126

108

$10

92.5% silver, 7.5% copper

40.00 ± 0.500

34.10

5.10

S1

E1

O5

R126

 

Part 2          Explanation of symbols

 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Item

Design Feature

Symbol

Explanation

201

Shape

S1

Circular.

202

Edge

E1

Continuous milled.

203

Edge

E3

14 segments, of which 7 are milled and 7 are plain.

204

Edge

E4

Plain.

205

Obverse

O5

An effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, and the monogram ‘IRB’, surrounded by the inscriptions:

       (a)   ‘ELIZABETH II’; and

         (b)   ‘AUSTRALIA 1998’.

206

Obverse

O11

An effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, and the monogram ‘IRB’, surrounded by the inscriptions:

          (a)   ‘ELIZABETH II’; and

         (b)   ‘AUSTRALIA 1999’.

207

Reverse

R119

The inscriptions:

          (a)   ‘towards a society for all ages’; and

         (b)   ‘International Year of Older Persons’;

immediately inside the rim, surrounding a circle, that in turn surrounds a representation of the United Nations International Year of Older Persons logo, and the inscriptions:

          (c)   ‘Australia 1999’; and

         (d)   ‘1 DOLLAR’.

208

Reverse

R120

A representation of an Australian ANZAC soldier, and:

          (a)   the inscriptions:

                    (i)      ‘1 DOLLAR’; and

                   (ii)      ‘THE LAST ANZACS’; and

         (b)   the monogram ‘WP’.

209

Reverse

R121

A representation of an Australian ANZAC soldier, and:

          (a)   the inscriptions:

                    (i)      ‘1 DOLLAR’; and

                   (ii)      ‘THE LAST ANZACS’; and

         (b)   the monogram ‘WP’; and

          (c)   the letter:

                    (i)      ‘C’; or

                   (ii)      ‘M’; or

                  (iii)      ‘A’; or

                  (iv)      ‘S’; or

              (v)      ‘B’.

210

Reverse

R123

A representation of 2 kangaroos in the sitting position, and:

          (a)   the inscription ‘C’; and

         (b)   the monogram ‘WP’;

surrounded by the inscriptions:

          (c)   ‘1 OUNCE FINE SILVER’; and

         (d)   ‘ONE DOLLAR’.

211

Reverse

R124

A representation of a tunnel‑construction scene, and the monogram ‘G’, surrounded by the inscriptions:

          (a)   ‘THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS SCHEME’; and

         (b)   ‘10 DOLLARS’.

212

Reverse

R125

A representation of a mountain dam scene, and the monogram ‘G’, all enclosed in a circle, surrounded by the inscriptions:

          (a)   ‘THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS SCHEME’; and

         (b)   ‘10 DOLLARS’.

213

Reverse

R126

A representation of the northern hairy‑nosed wombat, and:

          (a)   the inscriptions:

                    (i)      ‘10 DOLLARS’;  and

                   (ii)      ‘NORTHERN HAIRY‑NOSED WOMBAT’; and

         (b)   the monogram ‘G’.