Anzac Day 2022 $1 Coin in Card

This coin in card recognises Australia's most revered national occasion – Anzac Day. Commemorated every 25 April on the anniversary of the first Gallipoli landing, it is a time when the nation pauses to remember the sacrifices of all our servicemen and women.

Key features:

  • Recognises the 80th Anniversary of the Kokoda Trail
  • $1 aluminium bronze coin
  • Striking presentation card
Mintage Unlimited
SKU 22M38AAD

Story

Kokoda Trail tribute

The 2022 Anzac Day $1 Coin in Card marks the 80th anniversary of the Kokoda Trail campaign of World War II – a series of fierce engagements between Japanese and Allied forces in the then Australian Territory of Papua.

Australian troop design

The coin portrays Australian troops climbing the steep mountainous Kokoda Trail. Included in the design is a stylised motif representing a flaming torch, as well as the inscriptions ‘25 APRIL’, ‘LEST WE FORGET’ and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.

04 ANZAC Day 2022 Base Metal Coin InCard HighRes

Presentation Card

The release is mounted on a dark green card featuring a gold coloured emblem mirroring the flaming torch symbol on the coin. The card also features a watermark comprising the words ‘Lest We Forget’ and stylised laurel, a symbol of victory.

Specifications

Specifications

Year 2022
Metal Base Metal
Monetary Denomination (AUD) 1.00
Minimum Gross Weight (g) 13.500
Maximum Diameter (mm) 30.70
Maximum Thickness (mm) 3.40
Maximum Mintage Unlimited
Legal Tender Australia
Effigy Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer Lucas Bowers

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