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Australian Coins


As well as our range of Australian Nuggets and Perth Mint coins, below are a further selection of limited and rare Australian coins that we have in stock.

If you are looking for a particular item or have further questions, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable team on 0121 634 8060 or submit your question on the contact form, where they shall be able to assist you.


1987 Proof Half Ounce Gold Australian Nugget

Awaiting Stock

from £793.50

2003 Half Ounce Gold Australian Nugget

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from £796.50

1986 Proof Half Ounce Gold Australian Nugget

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from £823.50

2019 1oz Dragon Rectangular Gold Bar

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from £1,381

2020 1oz Dragon Rectangular Gold Bar

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from £1,424

2009 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,428

2004 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,448

1987 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,483

1996 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,483

2003 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,508

2007 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,508

2008 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,508

1989 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,523

1990 1oz Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,531

1999 1oz Gold Australian Lunar Year of the Rabbit

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from £1,624

1988 1oz Gold Proof Australian Nugget

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from £1,673

1990 1oz Proof Gold Australian Nugget

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from £1,698

1989 1oz Proof Gold Australian Nugget

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from £2,073

1994 10oz Nugget Gold Coin

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from £14,415

1kg Gold Australian Year of the Snake 2001

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from £44,499


With a rich history as part of the British Empire, and Commonwealth, Australia originally relied on the currency of other countries. Not until 1825 was British currency made the official currency of Australia, with a large amount of coins being imported between 1824 – 25.

When a gold rush began in Victoria around 1851, many unofficial gold coins were used. The gold rush helped fund an influx of immigration and set the foundation for Australia as a major country. The country had three mints by 1899; Sydney Mint, Melbourne Mint, and the currently still operating Perth Mint. Originally, they were branches of Britain’s Royal Mint, but in 1970 ownership was transferred to the Government of Western Australia.

The Perth Mint is still one of the world’s largest exporters, distributing gold, silver and platinum to investors in more than 100 countries.

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We also buy Australian Gold Coins of any age or denomination at very competitive rates. Please telephone 0121 634 8060 for a quote.

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