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Overseas coin sets designed by the Royal Australian Mint

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Samoa, 2011.



10 sene.  Fautasi race.
20 sene.  Teuila flower.
50 sene.  Manumea bird.
1   tala.    Kava bowl.
2   tala.    Samoan national emblem.

Common obverse: Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi, Samoan head of state.

Designs: Obverse by Vladimir Gottwald; reverses of the 10, 20, 50 sene and 2 tala by Wojciech Pietranik; reverse of the 1 tala by Aaron Baggio.
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Tonga, 2015.



5c.   Heilala (Garcinia sessilis): Tonga's national flower.
10c. Malau (Megapodius pritchardii): Tongan scrubfowl.
20c. Kalia: catamaran.
50c. Milolua: Tongan dance.
$1.   Coat of arms.

Common obverse: Portrait of King Tupou VI, except for the dollar, which features a portrait of King George Tupou V.

Designer: Aleksandra Stokic.
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Vanuatu, 2015.



5     Vatu. Traditional outrigger canoe.
10   Vatu. Coconut crab.
20   Vatu. Traditional community leaders or "jifs".
50   Vatu. Kava and coconut.
100 Vatu. Parliament building.

Designer of reverses: Aleksandra Stokic.

Common obverse: Coat of arms.
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<k>

Solomon Islands, 2012.



RAM designed only the 2 dollar coin of this set.






The 2 dollar design of 2012 was based on the 1977 designed from the 5 dollar collector coin.

That design was the work of David Thomas for the Royal Mint (UK).






Here you see the full set that was minted by RAM.

Apart from the $2 coin, the designs were the work of David Thomas for the Royal Mint (UK) back in 1977.
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<k>

Cook Islands, 2015.



RAM designed only the $5 coin of this set.







Here you see the full set that was minted by RAM.

Apart from the $5 coin, the designs were the work of James Berry for the Royal Mint (UK) back in 1972.

Horst Hahne of RAM produced the original design for the $2 coin back in 1987.
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Do you know of any more overseas coin sets that were designed by the Royal Australian Mint?
Visit the website of The Royal Mint Museum.

See: The Royal Mint Museum.