1 | Shape | S1 | Circular |
15 | Edge | E1 | Continuously milled |
20 | Obverse | O1 | A design consisting of a circle immediately inside the rim that surrounds an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following: (a) “ELIZABETH II”; and (b) “AUSTRALIA”; and (c) Arabic numerals for the amount, in dollars and cents, of the denomination of the coin, followed by “DOLLARS”, “DOLLAR” or “CENTS” as the case requires; and (d) “JC”. |
21 | Obverse | O2 | A design consisting of a circle immediately inside the rim that surrounds an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following: (a) “ELIZABETH II”; and (b) the inscription, in Arabic numerals, of a year; and (c) “AUSTRALIA”; and (d) Arabic numerals for the amount, in dollars and cents, of the denomination of the coin, followed by “DOLLARS”, “DOLLAR” or “CENTS” as the case requires; and (e) “JC”. |
22 | Obverse | O3 | A design consisting of a circle immediately inside the rim that surrounds an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following: (a) “ELIZABETH II”; and (b) “AUSTRALIA”; and (c) Arabic numerals for the amount, in dollars and cents, of the denomination of the coin, followed by “DOLLAR”, “DOLLARS” or “CENTS” as the case requires; and (d) the inscription, in Arabic numerals, of a year; and (e) “Xoz 9999 Au” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and (f) “JC”. |
25 | Obverse | O6 | The same as for item 22, except omit paragraph (e) and substitute: (e) “Xoz 9999 Ag” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and |
26 | Obverse | O7 | The same as for item 22, except omit paragraph (e) and substitute: (e) “Xoz 9995 Pt” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and |
31 | Obverse | O12 | The same as for item 20, but with the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II instead superimposed over a pattern of converging lines. |
100 | Reverse | R1 | A design replicating the original 1910 Australian florin designed by William Henry James Blakemore, consisting of the Coat of Arms of the Commonwealth used from 1908 to 1912, 2 arrow heads, and the following: (a) “ONE FLORIN – TWO SHILLINGS”; and (b) “1910”. |
101 | Reverse | R2 | A design consisting of: (a) a circular border immediately inside the rim (made up of many individual lines); and (b) partially obscuring the border, a representation of a blue whale and a blue whale calf; and (c) a stylised representation of the ocean surrounding the whales with light streaming through it; and (d) the following: (i) “BLUE WHALE”; and (ii) “AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY”; and (iii) “JM”; and (iv) “P”. |
102 | Reverse | R3 | The same as for item 101, except omit subparagraph (d)(iv) and substitute: (iv) “P”; and (v) a microscopic “P”. |
103 | Reverse | R4 | A design consisting of a representation of a horse standing on 3 legs and looking backwards, surrounded by grassy ground, a tree and debris from a fallen tree, and the following: (a) “AUSTRALIAN BRUMBY”; and (b) the inscription, in Arabic numerals, of a year; and (c) “Xoz 9999 SILVER (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and (d) “JM”; and (e) “P”. |
104 | Reverse | R5 | The same as for item 103, except omit paragraph (e) and substitute: (e) “P”; and (f) a microscopic “P”. |
105 | Reverse | R6 | A design consisting of: (a) a circular border immediately inside the rim; and (b) partially obscuring the border, is a coloured representation of a budgerigar perched on spears of themeda triandra grass (also known as kangaroo grass); and (c) in the background and enclosed by the circular border a partially obscured representation of more themeda triandra grass; and (d) the following: (i) “BUDGERIGAR”; and (ii) “NM”; and (iii) “P”. |
106 | Reverse | R7 | A design consisting of 4 stylised and coloured pointed stars, with 3 of the stars partially obscured by the rim of the coin, and the following: (a) “JOY”; and (b) “MERRY CHRISTMAS”; and (c) “IJ”; and (d) “P”. |
107 | Reverse | R8 | A design consisting of a silhouette representation of a demountable schoolhouse, with silhouetted figures of a teacher and 5 students heading inside, and the following: (a) “150_{TH}”; and (b) “ANNIVERSARY OF FREE, SECULAR & COMPULSORY EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA; and (c) “JM”; and (d) “P”. |
108 | Reverse | R9 | A design consisting of: (a) in the foreground, a representation of a griffin with its wings outstretched standing on top of a rocky ledge; and (b) in the background, a stylised representation of a mountain top that is partially obscured by clouds; and (c) the following: (i) “MYTHICAL CREATURES GRIFFIN”; and (ii) “NM”; and (iii) “P”. |
109 | Reverse | R10 | A design consisting of: (a) a background of stylised clouds; and (b) in the foreground, partially obscuring the clouds, is a representation of a phoenix in flight with a flower in its beak; and (c) the following: (i) “LB”; and (ii) “P”. |
110 | Reverse | R11 | A design consisting of: (a) in the foreground, a coloured representation of a quokka and its joey; and (b) in the background, a stylised representation of rocks, coloured plants, leaves, butterflies, and a lizard; and (c) the following: (i) “QUOKKA”; and (ii) “JM”; and (iii) “P”. |
111 | Reverse | R12 | A design consisting of a circular border immediately inside the rim that is partially obscured by a representation of the Super Pit open cut gold mine in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, an excavator, and the following: (a) “SUPER PIT AUSTRALIA”; and (b) the inscription, in Arabic numerals, of a year; and (c) “XOZ 9999 SILVER” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and (d) “SR”; and (e) “P”; and (f) a microscopic “P”. |
112 | Reverse | R13 | The same as for item 111, except omit paragraph (c), and substitute: (c) “XOZ 9999 GOLD” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and |
113 | Reverse | R14 | A design consisting of a circular border in the foreground, partially obscuring a representation of 2 swans on the surface of stylised water in the background, and the following: (a) “THE XOZ 9999 AUSTRALIAN” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or a common fraction in Arabic numerals); and (b) “GOLD SWAN”; and (c) “JM”; and (d) “P”. |
114 | Reverse | R15 | The same as for item 113, except omit paragraph (b) and substitute: (b) “SILVER SWAN”; and |
115 | Reverse | R16 | The same as for item 113, except the swans are coloured, and omit paragraphs (b) to (d) and substitute: (b) “SILVER SWAN”; and (c) “JM”; and (d) “P”; and (e) a microscopic “P”. |
116 | Reverse | R17 | A design consisting of a stylised representation of telegraph poles and a telegraph line beneath a cloudy sky with shadows from the poles on the ground, and the following: (a) “150_{TH} ANNIVERSARY”; and (b) “THE OVERLAND TELEGRAPH’S COMPLETION”; and (c) “JM”; and (d) “P”. |
117 | Reverse | R18 | A design consisting of: (a) in the centre of the coin, a circular Australian gem inset representing a map of Australia; and (b) surrounding that gem inset, a plain border; and (c) surrounding that plain border is a representation of a landscape of hills, flowers, tree branches and the sun, and representations of the following Australian animals: (i) an eagle; and (ii) a kookaburra; and (iii) a wren; and (iv) a bee; and (v) a butterfly; and (vi) a sugar glider; and (vii) a cockatoo; and (viii) a willy wag tail; and (d) the inscription, in Arabic numerals, of a year; and (e) “Xoz 9999 SILVER” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces of the coin, expressed as a whole number or common fraction in Arabic numerals); and (f) “AH”; and (g) “P”. |