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Buy the RSL Centenary 2016 1oz Silver Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring:

  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver
  • RSL Badge Design
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Limited Mintage – 5,000
  • Presentation Packaging
  • Numbered Certificate
  • RSL Member Discount - 15% Off Full Price

The emblem and logo of the Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (RSL) are owned by the RSL and may only be used with the written consent of the RSL.


Buy the RSL Centenary 2016 1/4oz Gold Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring:

  • Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold
  • RSL Badge Design
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Limited Mintage – 1,000
  • Presentation Packaging
  • Numbered Certificate
  • RSL Member Discount - 15% Off Full Price

The emblem and logo of the Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (RSL) are owned by the RSL and may only be used with the written consent of the RSL.


Buy the RSL Centenary 2016 1/4oz Gold Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring:

  • Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold
  • RSL Badge Design
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Limited Mintage – 1,000
  • Presentation Packaging
  • Numbered Certificate

The emblem and logo of the Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (RSL) are owned by the RSL and may only be used with the written consent of the RSL.


y the RSL Centenary 2016 1oz Silver Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring:

  • Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver
  • RSL Badge Design
  • Australian Legal Tender
  • Limited Mintage – 5,000
  • Presentation Packaging
  • Numbered Certificate

The emblem and logo of the Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (RSL) are owned by the RSL and may only be used with the written consent of the RSL.


The ancient Chinese Lunar Calendar dates back beyond 2,600 BC. Based on the appearance of the new moon, it associates a different animal with each year in the 12 year lunar cycle.Traditionally, the first year of the lunar cycle is ‘ruled’ by the mouse.


 The ANZAC Spirit 100th Anniversary Coin Series pays tribute to our nation’s servicemen and women and tells the remarkable story of Australia’s involvement in the First World War.


WA athlete Chris Punch is encouraging all members of the local community to take part in The Perth Mint Gallipoli Run. For new runners or anyone looking to improve their fitness before the event, Chris has provided the following tips and four week training program to help you finish the Run in style!Skip to week one | week two | week three | week fourAbout Chris Punch A lifelong devotee of athletics, Chris Punch specialises in the 400m event.


Back to Media AnnouncementsDownload PDF versionMonday 9 April 2018MEDIA RELEASE PERTH MINT REMEMBRANCE WALL MARKS WWII CENTENARY The Perth Mint will commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I (WWI) by installing a Centenary Poppy Wall of Remembrance at its East Perth heritage grounds in the prelude to Anzac Day.   From Monday 9 to Sunday 29 April, members of the public are encouraged to visit the Mint to place a red poppy on its memorial to help build a poignant tribute to the servicemen and servicewomen who have served Australia in war. For the soldiers who were fortunate enough to return home from the Great War, and each campaign since in which Australia has been involved, they have found solace in the Returned and Services League (RSL). In support of the RSL’s mission to preserve the memory of military personnel and provide welfare, advocacy and community to them and their families, the Mint has purchased 4,000 silk poppies from the WA State branch which they will hand to patrons who wish to pay their respects and be part of this worthy engagement.  With its history dating back to 1899, The Perth Mint like so many other organisations was touched by conflict with ordinary men called upon to do and endure the extraordinary.  Twenty two staff members renounced their civilian duties at the Mint to defend their country during WWI and a further 18 men served in WWII.


Back to Media AnnouncementsDownload PDF versionFriday 5 April 2019MEDIA RELEASE PERTH MINT POPPY WALL HONOURS THE ANZACS In honour of the brave men and women who have served in the Australian Defence Force, The Perth Mint will install a memorial poppy wall at its East Perth heritage premises in the lead up to Anzac Day.From Saturday 6 until Sunday 28 April, members of the public are invited to visit the Mint and place a red poppy on the commemorative wall to help create a poignant community tribute.In support of The Returned & Services League’s (RSL) mission to preserve the memory of military personnel, the Mint has purchased 4,000 silk red poppies from the WA State branch to facilitate this worthy engagement.This year, the poppy wall pays homage to former staff of The Perth Mint who served during World War I.


Back to Media AnnouncementsDownload PDF versionTuesday 8 May 2018MEDIA RELEASELONG LOST CONNECTION BLOOMS WITH PERTH MINT POPPY WALLUpon delivery of The Perth Mint’s Centenary Poppy Wall of Remembrance at the Returned and Services League (RSL) WA this week, receptionist Jemma Holland was met with the familiar face of her long lost great great grandfather and veteran, James ‘Jim’ Holland.Installed at the Mint’s heritage grounds in East Perth in the lead up to Anzac Day, the poppy wall featured an unnamed soldier beneath the words ‘We will remember them’.Adorned with 6,000 silk poppies purchased from RSLWA and individually placed as a mark of respect by members of the public, the memorial honoured the original band of Anzacs and all servicemen and women who have served our country. RSLWA Chief Executive Officer John McCourt was the first among the crowds to pay his respects, so in support of the RSL’s mission to preserve the Anzac memory, the poignant tribute was donated by the Mint and now stands tall in the veteran association’s waiting room.Upon receipt of the memorial at the State branch of the RSL, matched by familiar eyes, Ms Holland knew she had seen the image of the soldier somewhere before.“I had a feeling when I looked at the wall that the man was more than a stranger,” Ms Holland said.“It took me a few days to put the pieces together.“My great great grandfather Jim was also featured on the cover of The Lost Diggers book, which confirmed our connection,” she continued.James ‘Jim’ Holland served as a machine-gunner in the Great War.


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Back to Media AnnouncementsDownload PDF versionTuesday 1 March 2016MEDIA RELEASEPERTH MINT MARKS 100 YEARS OF THE RSLTo mark the 100th anniversary of the Returned & Services League of Australia (RSL), The Perth Mint is proud to issue a gold and a silver commemorative coin portraying the iconic RSL badge. Founded in 1916 by returning Australian soldiers from World War I, the main aim of the RSL is to continue to provide the camaraderie, concern, and mateship as shown amongst diggers during the conflict. “We are proud to be working with The Perth Mint to mark the RSL’s 100 year-old tradition of serving the needs of current and former members of the Australian Defence Forces and its allies,” said Graham Edwards AM, President of RSL (Western Australia). Struck from 1/4oz 99.99% pure gold and 1oz 99.9% pure silver, both commemoratives depict a representation of the RSL badge with the inscriptions RSL CENTENARY LEST WE FORGET and ‘1916 2016’.