Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 3)

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Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 3)
Currency Act 1965
I, BERNIE RIPOLL, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, make this Determination under subsection 13A (1) of the Currency Act 1965.
Dated  5 August 2013
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BERNIE RIPOLL
Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer
1              Name of Determination
                This Determination is the Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013
(No. 3).
2              Commencement
                This Determination commences on the day after it is registered.
3              Definitions
                In this Determination:
                Act means the Currency Act 1965.
4              Standard weight, allowable variation, dimensions and design
         (1)   For subsection 13A (1) of the Act, on and after the day on which this Determination commences, each item in Part 1 of Schedule 1 specifies, for a coin having the denomination and standard composition mentioned in the item (being a coin whose denomination is specified, or taken to be specified, in the Schedule to the Act):
                (a)    the coin’s standard weight; and
               (b)    the allowable variation from that standard weight; and
                (c)    the coin’s dimensions; and
               (d)    the coin’s design.
         (2)   Subsection (1) does not affect any other determination of the standard weight and allowable variation, dimensions or design of a coin, made under subsection 13A (1) of the Act.
Schedule 1           
(section 4)
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
$25
At least 99.99% gold
7.807 ± 0.030
20.60
2.00
S1
E1
O1
R1

2
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R1

  3
$1
Aluminium and bronze
13.500 ± 1.000
30.60
3.10
S1
E1
O3
R2

Part 2          Explanation of symbols

Item
Design Feature
Symbol
Explanation

1
Shape
S1
Circular

2
Edge
E1
Continuously milled

3
Obverse
O1
A design in a proof finish consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
     (a)   ‘ELIZABETH II’;
    (b)   ‘AUSTRALIA’;
     (c)   ‘2013’;
    (d)   Arabic numerals for the amount, in dollars or cents, of the denomination of the coin, followed by ‘DOLLAR’, ‘DOLLARS’ or ‘CENTS’ as the case requires;
     (e)   ‘1/4oz 9999 GOLD’; and
     (f)   ‘IRB’

4
Obverse
O2
A design in a proof finish consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
     (a)   ‘ELIZABETH II’;
    (b)   ‘AUSTRALIA’;
     (c)   ‘2013’;
    (d)   Arabic numerals for the amount, in dollars or cents, of the denomination of the coin, followed by ‘DOLLAR’, ‘DOLLARS’ or ‘CENTS’ as the case requires;
     (e)   ‘1oz 999 SILVER’; and
     (f)   ‘IRB’

5
Obverse
O3
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a)      ‘ELIZABETH II’;
(b)     ‘AUSTRALIA’;
(c)      ‘2013’;
(d)     ‘1 DOLLAR’; and
(e)      3 representations of a dot

6
Reverse
R1
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of a circle made from a ribbon tied in a bow and securing foliage, encircling a representation of two adult figures with the male figure holding an infant and the following:
         I.             ‘IN CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTH OF HRH PRINCE GEORGE‘;
       II.             ‘22.07.2013’;
     III.             ‘JM’; and
    IV.            ‘P’

7
Reverse
R2
A design, consisting of a circle made up of a ribbon tied in bow, encircling a representation of two adult figures with the male figure holding an infant and the following:
         I.             ‘IN CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTH OF HRH PRINCE GEORGE‘;
       II.             ‘22.07.2013’;
     III.             ‘JM’; and
    IV.            ‘P’

 
 
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