RNSNZ President, David Galt, Addresses the Decimal 50 Conference delegates.
One of the finest known examples of the rare Admella Medal was on show this weekend at the inaugural Warrnambool Coin, Banknote, Stamp, Trading Card & Toy Fair. The Warrnambool Standard covered the event on Sunday, which attracted an enthusiastic … Continued
The Owl of Athens – Possibly the Most Famous Trade Coin of the Ancient Greeks The silver Athenian Tetradrachm (4 Drachms) widely circulated around the Mediterranean City States and beyond, from the early 5th century BC. It retained its “Archaic” design for … Continued
One penny token (undated) issued by Annand, Smith & Co, 1849 Throughout the 19th century, Australia consisted of a number of colonies of Great Britain. These colonies relied on the mother country to supply them with coinage to enable normal commerce to … Continued
Territory of New Guinea, 1 penny, 1936, KM6 With an area of 815 000 km2, the island of New Guinea is the second largest island in the world and is located immediately north of the northern tip of eastern Australia. The western … Continued
This note for 1000 cruzeiros was the first in a new series of notes issued by Banco Central do Brasil (Central Bank of Brazil) between 1978 and 1985. If this note is rotated through 180º, it still appears to be up … Continued