A Dollar coin, a coin of any of the currencies that are named dollar, may refer to:
- Australian one dollar coin
- Canadian one dollar coin, or Loonie
- New Zealand one dollar coin
- United States one dollar coin
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... Longacre, was instructed to prepare designs for pattern coins ... he produced for both sides of the new coins were derivative ... resembles the bird used by Longacre's predecessor, Gobrecht, for the experimental Gobrecht dollar of 1836–1839 ...
... The Australian one dollar coin is the second-highest denomination coin of the Australian dollar after the two dollar coin ... It was first issued on 14 May 1984 to replace the one dollar note which was then in circulation, although plans to introduce a dollar coin had existed since the 1970s ... The first year of minting saw 186.3 million of the coins produced at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra ...
... many Fijian, Samoan, Singaporean, South African, and especially Australian coins had been in daily circulation in New Zealand despite not being official legal tender ... that the United Kingdom itself does not use these sizes of coins any more, and there has been the odd case of foreign coins appearing in a customer's ... currency and the obverse side of Australian coins being almost the same as New Zealand coins also didn't discourage this practice, with millions of 5, 10, and 20 ...
... A Used on 2005 Palladium Test Coin to signify the coins were struck from Lot A ... B Used on 2005 Palladium Test Coin to signify the coins were struck from Lot B ... To distinguish that these coins were issued in 1937, a Dot Mint Mark was placed on the 1936 dies, and could be found beneath the year ...
... Produced by the Royal Australian Mint, all current coins portray Her Majesty Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, on the obverse, with the present effigy having been ... They now comprise 50c, 20c, 10c and 5c coins – all still referred to as 'silver' though actually 75% copper and 25% nickel, and for many years there were also "bronze" 2c and 1c coins ... The 50c coin originally had a circular shape, and contained 80% silver and 20% copper, so that the material of the coin was worth more than 50c ...
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