Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 4)

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Currency (Perth Mint) Determination 2013 (No. 4)
I, Bernie Ripoll, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, make the following determination under subsection 13A(1) of the Currency Act 1965.
Dated   13 August 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. 4).
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
$10
At least 99.9% silver
312.347 ± 1.000
75.60
8.70
S1
E1
O1
R1

2
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S1
E1
O1
R1

3
$10
At least 99.9% silver
312.347 ± 1.000
75.60
8.70
S1
E1
O1
R2

4
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S1
E1
O1
R2

5
$100
At least 99.99% gold
31.165 ± 0.053
32.60
2.80
S1
E1
O2
R3

6
$25
At least 99.99% gold
7.807 ± 0.030
20.60
2.00
S1
E1
O2
R3

7
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
16.60
1.50
S1
E1
O2
R3

8
$100
At least 99.99% gold
31.165 ± 0.053
32.60
2.80
S1
E1
O2
R4

9
$50
At least 99.99% gold
15.594 ± 0.040
25.60
2.40
S1
E1
O2
R4

10
$25
At least 99.99% gold
7.807 ± 0.030
20.60
2.00
S1
E1
O2
R4

11
$15
At least 99.99% gold
3.133 ± 0.022
16.60
1.50
S1
E1
O2
R4

12
$5
At least 99.99% gold
1.571 ± 0.015
14.60
1.40
S1
E1
O2
R4

13
$25
At least 99.99% gold
7.807 ± 0.030
20.60
2.00
S1
E1
O2
R5

14
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S1
E1
O2
R6

15
$1
Aluminium and bronze
13.500 ± 1.000
30.60
3.10
S1
E1
O2
R7

16
$1
Aluminium and bronze
13.500 ± 1.000
30.60
3.10
S1
E1
O2
R8

17
50c
At least 99.9% silver
16.091 ± 0.500
36.60
2.30
S1
E1
O3
R9

18
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S1
E1
O3
R10

19
$1
Aluminium and bronze
13.500 ± 1.000
30.60
3.10
S1
E1
O2
R11

20
$100
At least 99.9% gold
31.162 ± 0.055
27.30
5.00
S1
E1
O4
R12

21
$8
At least 99.9% silver
156.673 ± 1.000
50.60
12.50
S1
E1
O4
R13

22
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
32.60
6.00
S1
E1
O4
R13

23
$1
At least 99.9% silver
31.635 ± 0.500
40.60
4.00
S1
E1
O4
R13

Part 2—Explanation of symbols
 
Item
Design Feature
Symbol
Explanation

1
Shape
S1
Circular

2
Edge
E1
Continuously milled

3
Obverse
O1
A design consisting of a circle that surrounds an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) the denomination of the coin, set out in Arabic numerals and the word “DOLLAR”, “DOLLARS” or “CENTS” as the case requires;
(d) “IRB”

4
Obverse
O2
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA 2014”;
(c) the denomination of the coin, set out in Arabic numerals and the word “DOLLAR”, “DOLLARS” or “CENTS” as the case requires;
(d) “IRB”

5
Obverse
O3
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) the denomination of the coin, set out in Arabic numerals and the word “DOLLAR”, “DOLLARS” or “CENTS” as the case requires;
(d) “2014”;
(e) “Xoz 999 SILVER” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces, of the coin, expressed as a common fraction or a whole number in Arabic numerals);
(f) “IRB”

6
Obverse
O4
A design consisting of an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the following:
(a) “ELIZABETH II”;
(b) “AUSTRALIA”;
(c) the denomination of the coin, set out in Arabic numerals and the word “DOLLAR”, “DOLLARS” or “CENTS” as the case requires;
(d) “IRB”

7
Reverse
R1
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a pattern of shapes representing stylised sunrays surrounding a representation of a kangaroo, and the following:
(a) “AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO”;
(b) “P”;
(c) “Xoz 999 SILVER” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces, of the coin, expressed as a common fraction or a whole number in Arabic numerals);
(d) “2014”

8
Reverse
R2
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a pattern of shapes representing stylised sunrays surrounding a representation of a kangaroo, and the following:
(a) “AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO”;
(b) “P”;
(c) “Xoz 999 SILVER” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces, of the coin, expressed as a common fraction or a whole number in Arabic numerals);
(d) “2015”

9
Reverse
R3
A design, in a bullion finish, consisting of a pattern of shapes representing stylised sunrays surrounding a representation of a kangaroo, and enclosing the following:
(a) “P25”;
(b) “RED KANGAROO”;
that is in turn enclosed within a ring of dots, containing the following:
(c) AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO”;
(d) “Xoz. 9999 GOLD” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces, of the coin, expressed as a common fraction or a whole number in Arabic numerals);
(e) “1989 ‑ 2014”

10
Reverse
R4
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of a pattern of shapes representing stylised sunrays surrounding a representation of a kangaroo, and the following:
(a) “P25”;
(b) “RED KANGAROO”;
that is in turn enclosed within a ring of dots, containing the following:
(c) “AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO”;
(d) “Xoz. 9999 GOLD” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces, of the coin, expressed as a common fraction or a whole number in Arabic numerals);
(e) “1989 ‑ 2014”

11
Reverse
R5
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of a representation of 2 men standing in a body of water, in which one man holds a pan in one hand and a rock in the other, the other man holds a pick, and the body of water is surrounded by rocks and grass, and the following:
(a) “THE LAND DOWN UNDER”;
(b) “WR”;
(c) “1/4oz. 9999 GOLD”;
(d) “P”

12
Reverse
R6
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of a representation of a man squatting and holding a pan with a coloured rock in the centre, superimposed on an outline of a stylised map of Australia that encloses a coloured landscape consisting of a body of water, trees, rocks and grass, and the following:
(a) “THE LAND DOWN UNDER”;
(b) “1oz 999 SILVER”;
(c) “P”;
(d) “WR”

13
Reverse
R7
A design consisting of:
(a) a coloured representation of a woman, kneeling on the ledge of a building and wearing a cloak that partially obscures her; and
(b) a stylised representation of cars and people; and
(c) a panel of dots bordered by trapezoid and semicircular shapes that enclose the word “INVISIBILITY”; and
(d) the following:
(i) “P”;
(ii) “TV”

14
Reverse
R8
A design consisting of:
(a) a coloured representation of a man crouching with his arms raised, one hand pointing into the distance, superimposed on a stylised landscape surrounded by buildings; and
(b) a stylised representation of a helicopter in flight; and
(c) a panel of dots bordered by trapezoid and semicircular shapes that enclose the word “SUPERSENSES”; and
(d) the following:
(i) “P”;
(ii) “TV”

15
Reverse
R9
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of:
(a) a coloured and stylised representation of a kookaburra, holding in its beak the ends of a cloth sling that contains a human baby; and
(b) a representation of leaves and flowers; and
(c) the following:
(i) “CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR BABY”;
(ii) “AH”;
(iii) “P”

16
Reverse
R10
A design, in a proof finish, of the official emblem for the 100th anniversary of the Australian Red Cross consisting of:
(a) a representation of the emblem of the Australian Red Cross appearing in the centre of the image, made up of 2 circles and the words “AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS” printed in achromatic black, with the first circle enclosing a cross printed in the colour red; and
(b) the words “100 YEARS PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE” and “the power of humanity”, printed in achromatic black and the colour red, on either side of the emblem of the Australian Red Cross;
that is in turn bordered by:
(c) a representation, printed in achromatic black and white, of 5 adults at the top and 2 children at the bottom on either side of a woman wearing a nurse’s uniform; and
(d) “P”

17
Reverse
R11
A design of the official emblem for the 100th anniversary of the Australian Red Cross consisting of:
(a) a representation of the emblem of the Australian Red Cross appearing in the centre of the image, made up of 2 circles and the words “AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS” printed in achromatic black, with the first circle enclosing a cross printed in the colour red; and
(b) the words “100 YEARS PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE” and “the power of humanity”, printed in achromatic black and the colour red, on either side of the Australian Red Cross emblem;
that is in turn surrounded by:
(c) the following words:
(i) “UNIVERSALITY”;
(ii) “INDEPENDENCE”;
(iii) “VOLUNTARY SERVICE”;
(iv) “NEUTRALITY”;
(v) “IMPARTIALITY”;
(vi) “HUMANITY”;
(vii) “UNITY”;
(viii) “P”

18
Reverse
R12
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of a representation of a wedge‑tailed eagle landing on a tree stump superimposed on a circle and the following:
(a) “AUSTRALIAN WEDGE‑TAILED EAGLE”;
(b) “1oz 9999 GOLD”;
(c) “P”;
(d) “2014”;
(e) “JM”

19
Reverse
R13
A design, in a proof finish, consisting of a representation of a wedge‑tailed eagle landing on a tree stump, superimposed on a circle, and the following:
(a) “AUSTRALIAN WEDGE‑TAILED EAGLE”;
(b) “Xoz 999 SILVER” (where “X” is the nominal weight in ounces, of the coin, expressed as a common fraction or a whole number in Arabic numerals);
(c) “P”;
(d) “2014”;
(e) “JM”

 
 
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