Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 2)

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Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 2)
I, Bernie Ripoll, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, make the following determination under subsection 13A(1) of the Currency Act 1965.
Dated:  15 April 2013
Bernie Ripoll
Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer
 
  
  
  
Contents
1............ Name of determination.................................................................................................. 1
2............ Commencement............................................................................................................. 1
3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1
4............ Definition...................................................................................................................... 1
5............ Standard weight, design and dimension of coins........................................................... 1
Schedule 1—Standard weight, design and dimension of coins               2
Part 1—Specifications of coins                                                                                                                 2
Part 2—Explanation of symbols                                                                                                              4
1  Name of determination
                   This determination is the Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 2).
2  Commencement
                   This determination commences on the day after it is registered.
3  Authority
                   This determination is made under subsection 13A(1) of the Currency Act 1965.
4  Definition
                   Act means the Currency Act 1965.
5  Standard weight, design and dimension of coins
             (1)  This section is made for subsection 13A(1) of the Act.
             (2)  On and after the day when this determination commences, each item of the table in Part 1 of Schedule 1 specifies the standard weight, the allowable variation from that standard weight, the design and the dimensions of a coin whose denomination is specified, or taken to be specified, in the Schedule to the Act.
             (3)  Each item of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 1 explains a symbol used to describe the design of coins in Part 1 of Schedule 1.
             (4)  This determination does not affect any other determination made under subsection 13A(1) of the Act.
Schedule 1—Standard weight, design and dimension of coins
Note:       See section 5.
Part 1—Specifications of coins
 
Item
Denomination
Standard composition
Standard weight and allowable variation (g)
Dimensions
Design

Maximum diameter (mm) or other dimension
Maximum thickness (mm)
Shape
Edge
Obverse
Reverse

1
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R1

2
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R2

3
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R3

4
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R4

5
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R5

6
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R6

7
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R7

8
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R8

9
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R9

10
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
14.50 x 14.50
1.50
S1
E1
O1
R10

11
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R11

12
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R12

13
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R13

14
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R14

15
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R15

16
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R16

17
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R17

18
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R18

19
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R19

20
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
33.20 x 33.20
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R20

21
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S2
E1
O3
R21

22
$25
At least 99.99% gold
7.807 ± 0.030
20.60
2.00
S2
E1
O4
R22

23
50c
At least 99.9% silver
16.091 ± 0.500
32.60
3.10
S2
E1
O5
R22

24
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S2
E1
O6
R23

Part 2—Explanation of symbols
 
Item
Design Feature
Symbol
Explanation

1
Shape
S1
Square

2
Shape
S2
Circular

3
Edge
E1
Continuously milled

4
Obverse
O1
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) “2014”;
(d) “15 DOLLARS”;
(e) “1/10oz 9999 GOLD”;
(f) “IRB”

5
Obverse
O2
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) “2014”;
(d) “1 DOLLAR”;
(e) “1oz 999 SILVER”;
(f) “IRB”

6
Obverse
O3
A design consisting of a circle that surrounds an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) “· 1 DOLLAR ·”;
(d) “IRB”

7
Obverse
O4
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) “2013”;
(d) “25 DOLLARS”;
(e) “1/4oz 9999 GOLD”;
(f) “IRB”

8
Obverse
O5
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) “2013”;
(d) “50 CENTS”;
(e) “1/2oz 999 SILVER”;
(f) “IRB”

9
Obverse
O6
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, surrounded by a circular pattern consisting of squares and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA 2013”;
(c) “1 DOLLAR”;
(d) “IRB”

10
Reverse
R1
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

11
Reverse
R2
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

12
Reverse
R3
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

13
Reverse
R4
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

14
Reverse
R5
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

15
Reverse
R6
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

16
Reverse
R7
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

17
Reverse
R8
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

18
Reverse
R9
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

19
Reverse
R10
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a coloured representation of a horse superimposed over stylised ground with a horizon and a stylised cloud, and the following:
(a) the pinyin pictograph pronounced “mă” and meaning “horse”;
(b) “P”

20
Reverse
R11
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Dà Wăn Liū” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng wù chén mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the 13th year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

21
Reverse
R12
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Zì Zaì Jū” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

22
Reverse
R13
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Xuĕ Dĭan Dīao” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

23
Reverse
R14
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Rú Yì Cōng” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng wù chén mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the 13th year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

24
Reverse
R15
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Hóng Yù Zuò” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng wù chén mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the 13th year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

25
Reverse
R16
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Chì Huā Yīng” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

26
Reverse
R17
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Ěr Yún Shĭ” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

27
Reverse
R18
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Shī Zi Yù” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

28
Reverse
R19
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Pì Lì Xīang” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

29
Reverse
R20
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a coloured representation of a horse;
(b) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “qían lóng yù lăn zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(c) a coloured representation of a Chinese stamp that is made up of a square border which encloses the pinyin pictographs pronounced “tài shàng huáng dì zhī băo” and meaning “stamp of Emperor Yōngzhèng”;
(d) the pinyin pictographs pronounced:
(i) “Bēn Xīao Cōng” which is the name of the horse with no English equivalent; and
(ii) “qían lóng guĭ haì mèng chūn haĭ xī chēn láng shì níng gōng shū” and meaning “Painted by Minister Lang Shining in early spring of the eighth year from the ascension of Emperor Qíanlóng”;
(e) “P”

30
Reverse
R21
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a representation of a horse superimposed on a landscape with grasses, trees, shrubs, a fence and a tank on stilts, and the following:
(a) “THE AUSTRALIAN STOCK HORSE”;
(b) “2013 1oz 999 SILVER”;
(c) “IJ”;
(d) “P”

31
Reverse
R22
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a circle enclosing a representation of an eagle statue with a background of a portion of the Stars and Stripes and stars in the shape of the Southern Cross, and the following:
(a) “AUSTRALIAN / AMERICAN MEMORIAL”;
(b) “WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941‑45”;
(c) “P”

32
Reverse
R23
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of the following:
(a) a pattern of semi‑circular shapes and lines immediately inside the rim forming a border;
(b) an insert consisting of a lenticular lens which features 2 images that morph from one to the other as the viewing angle of the coin is changed. The 2 images consist of:
(i) a coloured representation of Flinders Street Station, a tram and commuters; and
(ii) a coloured representation of the Admiralty building, a semi‑frozen river, bare trees and a domed building located in St Petersburg, Russia;
(c) “SISTER CITIES”;
(d) “1oz 999 SILVER”;
(e) “P”