It’s that time again, and you can choose which coin to keep as a souvenir and which to put it into your wallet.
It’s the coin of Australia, and while the official Australian coins are the Royal Australian Mint (RAM), the official Commonwealth coins are often the Australian Government coins.
The RAM coin is minted by the RAAF (Australian Air Force) in Canberra, and is widely accepted by the general public.
The Commonwealth coin is also produced by the Commonwealth, but the coin’s value is more in the Australian community.
It is currently worth about $1.8 billion, and has a face value of about $10.
The ANZ Bank coin, which is used to pay for banknotes and bank cards, is also commonly accepted by people in Australia, but its value is in the $2.6 billion range.