The 10 cent coin was first introduced with decimal currency on 14 February 1966.
The original reverse design of the Superb Lyrebird has not been changed since the coin’s introduction.
The image of a male Superb Lyrebird is displayed on the reverse, a species unique to the south-eastern states of Australia.
Each coin is housed in a navy presentation case with clear lid, perfect for display.
The coin is packaged into a navy gift box featuring the Royal Australian Mint crest logo and with accompanying Certificate of Authenticity.
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