2018 Invictus Games Australian $2 Coin
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The Australian $2 coin representing triumph over adversity - STOCK LIMITED

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The Australian $2 coin representing triumph over adversity - STOCK LIMITED

This year marks the 4th instalment of the Invictus Games, founded and organized by HRH Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, which this year will be held in Sydney in October.

The Invictus games is an international event in which wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women, including veterans, compete in 11 different sports.  These events include archery, indoor rowing, wheelchair rugby, paralympic swimming, powerlifting and more.

In order to commemorate this special event, the Royal Australian Mint have released a commemorative $2 AUD.

Just 2.3 million of these coins have been  released into circulation and are already being snapped up by Australian Change Checkers.

Luckily, we've managed to get hold of 125 coins for UK collectors!

The design features a competitor in a wheelchair, with the words “Invictus Games” on the reverse. The word ‘Invictus’ is Latin for ‘unconquered’, which perfectly captures the spirit of the games.

2018 Invictus Games Australian $2 Coin

Price £15.00 (+ £0.00 p&p)
Order Ref 185/847G/3
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Price £15.00 (+ £0.00 p&p)

Specifications

  • Year of Issue: 2018
  • Country of Issue: Australia
  • Denomination: $2 AUD
  • Metal: Aluminium bromide
  • Weight:6.60g
  • Diameter: 20.50mm
  • Finish: Circulation

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.