Melbourne 2006 Stamp Ingots
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Melbourne 2006 Stamp Ingots

Issued in 2006 to mark the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games, this set of three stamp ingots features a gold-plated, silver and bronze ingot.

The 2006 Commonwealth Games were the 18th Games and the 4th time Australia hosted them, the first time being in 1938 in Sydney.

Around 4,500 athletes from 71 nations participated with over a million spectators.

These three limited edition stamp ingots represent the Games medals, with a Gold-plated ingot, a pure silver ingot and a solid bronze ingot.

This stamp design by Gary Demoney of Melbourne, shows the Official Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Logo of two athletes.

They come beautifully presented in a Royal Australian Mint pack containing information about the Games. The pack is numbered as it has a limited edition of just 2,500.

Combined issues like this are unusual and extremely sought-after, secure yours today whilst you still can

Order Ref 185/118J/9
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Specifications

  • All have dimensions 37.5mm x 26mm and proof-like finish
  • Reverse design of all: Gary Demoney
  • Edition Limit: 2,500
  • BRONZE INGOT
  • Thickness: 2.2mm
  • Weight: 16.6g
  • Metal: Bronze
  • SILVER INGOT
  • Thickness: 2.0mm
  • Weight: 17.9g
  • Metal: 99.9% Silver
  • GOLD-PLATED INGOT
  • Thickness: 2.0mm

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.