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This instrument amends the Currency (Australian Coins) Determination 2019 to determine the characteristics of 11 new non-circulating coins proposed to be issued by the Royal Australian Mint.
Administered by: Treasury
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 20
Registered 10 Dec 2020
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR02-Feb-2021
Tabled Senate02-Feb-2021
To be repealed 12 May 2021
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003
Table of contents.

 

Currency (Australian Coins) Amendment (2020 Royal Australian Mint No. 6) Determination 2020

I, Michael Sukkar, Minister for Housing and Assistant Treasurer, make the following determination.

Dated 8 December 2020

 

Michael Sukkar

Minister for Housing
Assistant Treasurer

 

  

  


Contents

1............ Name............................................................................................................................. 1

2............ Commencement............................................................................................................. 1

3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1

4............ Schedules...................................................................................................................... 1

Schedule 1—Amendments                                                                                                                          2

 

 


1  Name

                   This instrument is the Currency (Australian Coins) Amendment (2020 Royal Australian Mint No. 6) Determination 2020.

2  Commencement

             (1)  Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1.  The whole of this instrument

The day after this instrument is registered.

 

Note:          This table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

             (2)  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument.

3  Authority

                   This instrument is made under the Currency Act 1965.

4  Schedules

                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1Amendments

 

Currency (Australian Coins) Determination 2019

1  Schedule 2020, Part 1, clause 2 (at the end of the table)

Add:

 

155

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R117

07/12/2020

156

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R118

07/12/2020

157

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R119

07/12/2020

158

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R120

07/12/2020

159

50¢

Copper and Nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R121

07/12/2020

160

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R122

07/12/2020

161

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R123

07/12/2020

162

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R124

07/12/2020

163

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R125

07/12/2020

164

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R126

07/12/2020

165

50¢

Copper and nickel

15.55 ± 0.96

31.65

3.16

S5

E2

O10

R127

07/12/2020

 

2  Schedule 2020, Part 1, clause 3 (table item 30 (first occurring), column headed “Item”)

Repeal the cell, substitute “18”.

3  Schedule 2020, Part 1, clause 3 (table item 32 (first occurring), column headed “Item”)

Repeal the cell, substitute “19”.

4 Schedule 2020, Part 1, clause 3 (at the end of the table)

Add:

 

216

Reverse

R117

A design consisting of:

(a) a stylised representation of a wedge-tailed eagle in flight (as depicted on the badge of the Royal Australian Air Force); and

(b) below the eagle, representations of the following three figures:

(i) in the centre, a female pilot in a flight suit and helmet (from the period 1990 to 1999); and

(ii) on the right, a male figure in a helicopter crewmember’s uniform with a helmet (from the period 1970 to 1979); and

(iii) on the left, a male pilot in a flight suit (from the period 1920 to 1929); and

(c) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “1921”; and

(iii) “2021”; and

(iv) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY” (on a ribbon banner).

217

Reverse

R118

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, a representation of a Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a biplane in flight, viewed from the front, partially obscured by a panel comprising four vertical stripes of light blue, blue, white and red; and

(b) in the centre of the coin, another representation of Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a biplane in flight, viewed from the side; and

(c) in the background, stylised clouds; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, partially obscured by a border, the Royal Air Force roundel, against a background of light blue; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “ROYAL AIRCRAFT FACTORY”; and

(iii) “1917 – 1928”; and

(iv) “S.E.5A”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

218

Reverse

R119

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a Avro Lancaster heavy bomber viewed from the side and in the background, stylised clouds; and

(b) a panel of five vertical coloured stripes of black, red, white and navy; and

(c) in the centre of the coin, a representation of another Avro Lancaster heavy bomber in flight, viewed from above, partially obscuring stylised representations of fields in the background; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, partially obscured by a surrounding border, a coloured panel comprising a roundel with a red dot and, rings of white, navy blue and yellow, against a black background; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “AVRO”; and

(iii) “1940 – 1945”; and

(iv) “LANCASTER”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

219

Reverse

R120

A design consisting of:

(a) at top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk fighter aircraft in flight, viewed from the front; and in the background stylised clouds; and

(b) a panel comprising four vertical coloured stripes of khaki, navy blue, white and khaki; and

(c) in the centre of the coin, representations of three Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk fighter aircraft in flight, viewed from above, partially obscuring representations of pacific islands and water; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel, partially obscured by a surrounding border, comprising a white spot, white lines and a blue ring, against a khaki background; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “CURTISS”; and

(iii) “1941 – 1948”; and

(iv) “P-40 KITTYHAWK”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

220

Reverse

R121

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a Consolidated PBY Catalina flying boat (a fixed-winged seaplane with a hull) in flight viewed from the side and in the background, a stylised representation of a coastal landscape and clouds; and

(b) a panel comprising four vertical coloured stripes of navy, white, blue and navy; and

(c) in the centre of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of another Consolidated PBY Catalina flying boat in flight, viewed from above, and in the background, a stylised representation of water; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel, partially obscured by surrounding borders, comprising a white spot, white lines and a blue ring, against a navy background; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “CONSOLIDATED”; and

(iii) “1941 – 1952”; and

(iv) “CATALINA”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

221

Reverse

R122

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, a representation of a Lockheed C-130 Hercules aircraft in flight, viewed from the side, and representations of 12 paratroopers and airdrops in midair; and

(b) a coloured panel comprising a green and brown camouflage pattern; and

(c) in the central portion of the coin, a representation of another Lockheed C-130 Hercules aircraft in flight, viewed from above, and representations of another 8 paratroopers and airdrops in midair; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel comprising a green and brown camouflage pattern and, partially obscured by the surrounding border, a representation of Royal Australian Air Force roundel (in green); and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “LOCHKEED”; and

(iii) “1958 – 2021”; and

(iv) “C-130 HERCULES”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

222

Reverse

 

R123

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter (also known as a “Huey”) on the ground and viewed from the front; and

(b) next to the helicopter, representations of 2 soldiers; and

(c) in the background, a stylised representation of a forest; and

(d) a coloured panel comprising four vertical stripes of a camouflage green and brown pattern, red, white, and blue; and

(e) in the centre of the coin, a representation of another Huey viewed from the side; and

(f) representations of 2 soldiers, carrying another injured solider on a stretcher; and

(g) in the background a stylised representation of a forest; and

(h) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel comprising a green and brown camouflage pattern and, partially obscured by the surrounding borders, “377” in Arabic numerals, representing the number of a serving helicopter from the Vietnam War; and

(i) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “BELL”; and

(iii) “1962 – 1989”; and

(iv) “IROQUOIS”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

223

Reverse

R124

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a Lockheed P-3 Orion aircraft in flight viewed from above and in the background, a pattern of concentric rings; and

(b) a panel comprising five vertical coloured stripes of grey, navy, white, red and grey; and

(c) in the centre of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of another Lockheed P-3 Orion aircraft in flight, viewed from the front, and in the background, a pattern of concentric rings; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel comprising irregular red, white, light grey, grey and dark grey lines, and a grey oval shaped dot; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “LOCKHEED”; and

(iii) “1968 – 2021”; and

(iv) “P-3 ORION”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

224

Reverse

R125

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, representations of 2 General Dynamics F-111C aircraft in flight, viewed from the front, and in the background, a stylised representation of a cloud; and

(b) a panel comprising a black and white stylised lightning bolt; and

(c) in the centre of the coin, in the foreground, representations of 2 General Dynamics F-111C aircraft in flight, viewed from the side, and in the background, stylised clouds; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a panel comprising black and red horizontal stripes; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “GENERAL DYNAMICS”; and

(iii) “1973 – 2010”; and

(iv) “F-111”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

225

Reverse

R126

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet jet fighter aircraft in flight, viewed from the front, and in the background, stylised clouds; and

(b) a coloured panel comprising a grey, blue and light blue pattern; and

(c) in the centre of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of another McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet jet fighter aircraft in flight, viewed from above, partially obscuring an aerial view of the City of Newcastle, coastline; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel comprising a light blue and darker blue pattern, a grey representation of the Royal Australian Air Force roundel partially obscured by the surrounding border; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “MCDONNELL DOUGLAS”; and

(iii) “1985 – 2021”; and

(iv) “F/A – 18 HORNET”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.

226

Reverse

R127

A design consisting of:

(a) at the top of the coin, in the foreground, a representation of a Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II aircraft in flight, viewed from the front, and in the background, stylised clouds; and

(b) a coloured panel comprising grey, dark grey, teal, and black diagonal stripes; and

(c) in the centre portion of the coin, a representation of another Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II aircraft in flight, viewed from above, partially obscuring an aerial view of the RAAF Base Tindal; and

(d) at the bottom of the coin, a coloured panel comprising a grey, dark grey, teal and black pattern, based on markings on a Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II aircraft operated by the Royal Australian Air Force; and

(e) the following:

(i) “50”; and

(ii) “LOCKHEED MARTIN”; and

(iii) “2018 – 2021”; and

(iv) “F-35”; and

(v) “ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CENTENARY”.