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Australian Coin Values

1813 - 2016

The Blue Sheet is Australia's premier on-line coin valuation reference on Australian coins and the first Australian reference to value coins to the Sheldon numerical standard for more precise valuations. The Blue Sheet values Australian coins from New South Wales' Holey Dollar and Dump right up to our present circulating currency and provides a valuable insight into Australia's fascinating history through its circulating coins.

While technically coinage of the British colony of New South Wales, the Holey Dollar and Dump are widely considered to be Australia’s first coins. Authorised by the colony’s first Governor Lachlan Macquarie, the Holey Dollar and Dump hold their place as some of the most valuable Australian coins.

Following the gold rushes of the mid 1800s, the Sydney branch of the Royal mint opened its doors in 1855 to begin striking gold sovereigns and half sovereigns. Although these were British coins, the uniquely Australian design led to the consensus of these being Australian coins and are generally collected as such. These coins, along with the Adelaide Assay Office pieces can be found under the gold section of this site.

Australia struck her first coins in 1910 with the silver denominations of florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence. Copper coins were struck the following year with the denomination of penny and half penny - Australia never produced any farthings. These coins can be found under the Commonwealth Coinage section of the site.

On February 14, 1966 Australia converted to the decimal system and began producing coins with the denominations of one cent, two cent, five cent, ten cent, twenty cent and fifty cent. Although a one dollar was proposed, it wouldn't eventuate until 1984. These coins can be found under the Decimal Coinage section of this site.

In 1986, citing strong international demand, the Perth mint reopened and began producing a series of bullion coins in both proof and specimen finishes with gold coins struck in 1986 and silver coins later beginning in 1990. Since then a multitude of other commemorative coins struck in precious metal have been produced by the Perth mint. These can be found under the Perth mint section of the site.

Early Coinage1813Gold1852 - 1931Commonwealth Coinage1909 - 64Decimal Coinage1966 - 2016Perth Mint1986 - 2016
Values for higher grade coins are only available with a subscription, for subscription options, please click here.   MintageVG8F12VF20XF40AU50AU55AU58MS62Norman Lindsay2007 One Dollar33,6931.802.303.307.9015253662Norman Lindsay2008 One Dollar46,5041.201.401.804.208.20121728Ashes2007 One Dollar49,4381.301.501.904.509.10142032Gallipoli2005 One DollarUnknown        Gallipoli2005-S One Dollar38,9651.101.101.302.604.606.408.2011Gallipoli2005-M One Dollar38,7271.101.201.503.205.908.801117Gallipoli2005-G One Dollar40,0001.101.301.603.506.60101320Gallipoli2005-C One Dollar88,4241.201.301.603.706.90101421Gallipoli2005-B One Dollar38,7191.101.201.503.306.109.101218Anzac Centenary2014 One DollarUnknown0.200.300.50123.906.8017Anzac Centenary2014-M One DollarUnknown1.301.5024.809.6015213550 Yrs Decimal Currency2016 One DollarUnknown0.841.2024.306.309.401432Citizenship2009-C One Dollar86,2071.101.201.503.306.209.201218Ethel Pedley2014 One DollarUnknown0.160.240.380.861.502.804.7011Rememberance2014 Two DollarUnknown2.202.402.906.2011172234Coronation2013 Two Dollar995,0002.6033.909.4019314474Remembrance Day2012 Two Dollar5,799,000        Remembrance Day2012-C Two Dollar40,90233.705.1012254362100Type II1988 Two Dollar161,153,0402.202.302.705.208.90121522Type II1989 Two Dollar31,788,4022.102.202.604.807.90101318Type II1990 Two Dollar10,442,2662.102.302.6058.40111420Type II1991 Two Dollar147,9002.102.202.404.206.8091114Type II1992 Two Dollar15,622,5282.102.202.604.707.80101318Type II1993 Two Dollar4,982,6602.202.302.705.309.30131624Type II1994 Two Dollar22,274,9002.102.202.604.807.90101318Type II1995 Two Dollar15,660,7692.202.402.805.7010141827Type II1996 Two Dollar14,043,5002.102.202.404.206.708.901014Type II1997 Two Dollar19,137,4432.202.302.7058.50111420Type II1998 Two Dollar8,824,9182.102.202.604.808.10111319Type III2014 Two DollarUnknown0.140.220.360.801.402.604.4010Type III2000 Two Dollar5,839,5122.202.302.805.409.40131624Type III2001 Two Dollar35,773,3162.202.302.805.409.40131624Type III2002 Two Dollar29,793,5532.202.302.7058.40111420Type III2003 Two Dollar13,777,5092.102.302.6058.40111420Type III2004 Two Dollar20,186,7942.102.202.604.808.10111319Type III2005 Two Dollar39,979,0262.202.302.705.208.90121522Type III2006 Two Dollar40,609,2542.102.202.604.807.90101318Type III2007 Two Dollar25,106,4632.202.402.90610152030Type III2008 Two Dollar47,070,5162.202.302.705.108.80121522Type III2009 Two Dollar74,607,4552.102.202.404.106.508.701014Type III2010 Two Dollar36,542,7032.102.302.604.908.20111419Type III2011 Two Dollar1,869,0512.102.202.604.707.90101318Type III2012 Two Dollar5,989,6382.102.202.504.507.309.901216Type III2013 Two Dollar14,167,45222.102.303.705.607.208.501150 Yrs Decimal Currency2016 Two DollarUnknown0. Fields2015 Two DollarUnknown0.300.440.721.502.604.70819Parliament House1988 Five Dollar3,001,127        Paralympic2000 Five Dollar14,920        Australian Open Men's Champion2012 Five Dollar20,010        Perth Town Hall2012 Five Dollar2,000        Brisbane City Hall2012 Five Dollar2,000        Melbourne Town Hall2012 Five Dollar2,000        Sydney Town Hall2012 Five Dollar2,000        Royal Visit2011 Five Dollar27,144        Remembrance Day2011 Five Dollar36,395        Battle of Sunda Strait2002 Bi-metalFive Dollar76,467        Rowing2000 Five Dollar100,000        Hockey2000 Five Dollar100,000        Triathlon2000 Five Dollar100,000        Archery2000 Five Dollar100,000        Gymnastics2000 Five Dollar100,000        Sailing2000 Five Dollar100,000        Football2000 Five Dollar100,000        Weightlifting2000 Five Dollar100,000        Cycling2000 Five Dollar100,000        Aquatics2000 Five Dollar100,000        Modern Pentathlon2000 Five Dollar100,000        Kayaking2000 Five Dollar100,000        Athletics2000 Five Dollar100,000        Judo2000 Five Dollar100,000        Shooting2000 Five Dollar100,000        Boxing2000 Five Dollar100,000        Handball2000 Five Dollar100,000        Softball2000 Five Dollar100,000        Volleyball2000 Five Dollar100,000        Taekwondo2000 Five Dollar100,000        Equestrian2000 Five Dollar100,000        Wrestling2000 Five Dollar100,000        Baseball2000 Five Dollar100,000        Tennis2000 Five Dollar100,000        Badminton2000 Five Dollar100,000        Fencing2000 Five Dollar100,000        Table Tennis2000 Five Dollar100,000        Basketball2000 Five Dollar100,000        Phar Lap2000 Bi-MetalFive Dollar97,804        Royal Flying Doctor1998 Bi-MetalFive Dollar49,500        Bradman1996 Bi-MetalFive Dollar547,941        Bradman1997 Bi-MetalFive Dollar275,000        Enfranchisement1994 Bi-MetalFive Dollar250,328        Year of Space1992 Five Dollar238,979        Anzac Anniversary1990 Five Dollar774,349        Australian Open2005 Five Dollar62,556        Bradman Centenary2008 Five Dollar21,356        Voyage of Discovery2006-GZ Five Dollar17,110        Bradman Tribute2001 Five Dollar250,000        Baton Relay2006 Five Dollar45,377        Bicentenary of Tasmania2004-H Five Dollar21,402        Sydney to Athens2004 Five Dollar26,439        Rugby World Cup2003 Five Dollar43,802        HMS Investigator2002 ProofFive Dollar9,096252526293133343612345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546474849Values are in AUD and are retail price estimations based on past sales of coins certified by PCGS or NGC and as such values only related to such graded coins. Uncertified coins or coins graded by other services would likely be worth significantly less. For wholesale pricing please refer to the Red Sheet. While all attempts to ensure accurate pricing, data entry errors can occur and as such no warranty is expressed or implied as to the accuracy of any information published on this website. It is important to verify all published sales to ensure the accuracy of the pricing when making any purchase decision. Any personal information provided to us is protected by the Privacy Act 1988.