Triangular coin salutes House birthday

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2013-$5-Silver-Proof-Parliament-House-Triangular_REV-ThumbAUSTRALIA’S first triangular coin has been unveiled to mark today’s 25th anniversary of Parliament House.

The silver $5 coin is 99.9% silver and depicts Australian Parliament House as viewed from one of its courtyards. The world renowned triangular flag mast is the focal point of the design. A limited 10,000 of the coins have been minted.

2013-20c-Unc-Parliament-House_REV-ThumbA special uncirculated (round) 20-cent coin has also been produced. Made of cupro nickel, its design features Parliament House with Old Parliament House in the foreground.

 

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