1901-2001 Centenary of Federation $20 Floral Emblems Bi-Metal Gold & Silver Coin

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On the 1st January 1901, the six British colonies in Australia came together in a Federation and the Commonwealth of Australia was born. To commemorate the centenary in 2001 the Perth Mint struck a bi-metal gold and silver coin that features a 99.99% pure gold seven pointed, star shaped centre piece symbolising each of the six states and the seventh point representing the territories.

The 99.9% pure silver border portrays the floral emblems for each state; Queensland - Cooktown Orchid, NSW - Waratah, Victoria - Pink Heath, Tasmania - Blue Gum, South Australia - Sturts Desert Pea, Western Australia - Kangaroo Paw and Northern Territory - Desert Rose.

The Perth Mint's traditional 'P' mintmark is included in the reverse design and the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II appears on th obverse. The coin is legal currency under the Australian Currency Regulations Act.


  • Gold Content: 0.285 Troy oz
  • Silver Content: 0.346 Troy oz
  • Monetary Denomination: $20 AUD
  • Fineness: 99.99% Gold, 99.9% Silver
  • Standard Weight: 19.60 Grams
  • Remedy Allowance: 0.500 Grams
  • Maximum Diameter: 32.10mm
  • Maximum Thickness: 2.80mm
  • Milled Edge Serrations: 180
  • Coin Number: 2484 / 7500

In excellent condition, some light wear on the obverse

Includes plastic capsule, display case and C.O.A

The photos are of the actual coin for sale


SKU 139654
Brand The Perth Mint
Shipping Weight 0.3100kg
Shipping Width 0.160m
Shipping Height 0.080m
Shipping Length 0.220m
Shipping Cubic 0.002816000m3

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