1 Cent 1981

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General Description The Australian dollar (=100 cents) replaced the Australian pound on 14 February 1966 as part of its decimalisation process. Australian 1 cent coin was introduced in 1966 and was the least-valued Australian circulation coin until it was withdrawn from circulation in 1992 (along with the 2-cent piece). The coins were then melted down to make bronze medals for the 2000 Summer Olympics. Feathertail Glider (Acrobates pygmaeus), also known as the Pygmy Gliding Possum, Pygmy Glider, Pygmy Phalanger and Flying Mouse
Obv. Description Queen Elizabeth the Second of Great Britain. Legend: ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA, date
Rev. Description Value 1, and in the background a Feathertail Glider
Catalog code KM# 62
Mintage 223,900,000
Diameter 17.53 mm
Thickness 1.40 mm
Weight 2.5900 g
Material Bronze
Orientation Medal
Mint Australia - Royal Australian Mint
Edge Type plain
Designer ob: Arnold Machin re: Stuart Devlin
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