1982 Australian $200 XII Commonwealth Games Brisbane Gold Proof Coin
Commemorating the Brisbane Commonwealth Games in 1982 a gold $200 coin was struck by the Royal Australian Mint. The XII Commonwealth Games logo can be seen on the commemorative 50c coin released into circulation. The 200 dollar gold issue features this logo and an athlete on the reverse with “XII Commonwealth Games Brisbane 200 Dollars” in the legends. The obverse features the Arnold Machin portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
This Commonwealth Games issue was struck in uncirculated and proof finish and is Australian legal tender for two hundred dollars. They are 24mm in diameter and have full edge reeding. Each weigh 10 grams of 91.67% gold and 8.33% copper which is 22 carat
Comes in the original case with certificate of authentication. Please note that a previous owner has written on the back of the certificate what he paid for it in Australia back in 1982
- Weight: 10g
- Purity: 22 Carat (0.9166) Gold
- Finish: Proof
- Diameter: 24mm
- Edge: Reeded
- Country: Australia
- Denomination: 200 AUD
- Year: 1982
- Mint: The Royal Australian Mint
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