Tooth Fairy 2023 Coin in Card

Celebrating a childhood tradition, the Tooth Fairy 2023 Coin in Card is the perfect present for families as they mark the special occasion of their child losing a baby tooth.

Key Features:

  • Fresh and fun new coin design
  • Features the Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Obverse
  • Illustrated packaging card
  • Perfect present for your little one to be delivered by the Tooth Fairy!
Mintage Unlimited
Limits Limit of 2 per household


The Tooth Fairy

The myth of the elusive Tooth Fairy is a childhood tradition celebrated Australia-wide to mark the occasions of a child losing a baby tooth. The fun and mysterious Tooth Fairy collects the lost tooth and replaces it with a coin. The 2023 Tooth Fairy coin honours this long-held tradition and is a charming keepsake for children as they reach this important milestone.

2023 Redesign

Showcasing an illustrated fairy perched atop a mushroom holding a flower, this coin is an adorable representation of the timeless fairy tale. Mysterious and cheeky, the fairy itself wears a flower hat, obscuring its face, allowing children to use their creativity to imagine their own special fairy.

Illustrated packaging card

Housed in a perfectly illustrated packaging card, this coin is showcased against a woodland background featuring the Tooth Fairy’s forest friends.

01 2023 tooth fairy 2 unc coin card



Year 2023
Metal Base Metal
Monetary Denomination (AUD) 2.00
Maximum Diameter (mm) 20.50
Maximum Mintage Unlimited
Finish Uncirculated
Legal Tender Australia
Effigy Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II

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