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75th Anniversary of the End of World War II - 2020 $2 COIN - UNCIRCULATED COIN PACK

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75th Anniversary of the End of World War II - 2020 $2 COIN - UNCIRCULATED COIN PACK

  • Marks the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII.
  • Utterly unique, one-year-only type.
  • Offered in strictly Uncirculated condition.
  • Australian legal tender – spans 20.50mm.
  • Struck by the Royal Australian Mint.
  • Set within a credit card-style pack.

Struck by the Royal Australian Mint, the 2020 $2 75th Anniversary of the End of WWII coin is a must-have for collector and non-collector alike.

HONOURING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF WWII

A unique Australian legal tender type, this $2 coin marks 75 years since Japanese officials formally surrendered to the Allies, bringing an end to the Second World War. Whilst an affordable military commemorative tribute, giving you the chance to honour those who defended Australia in our darkest hour, this one-year-only coin type will also prove highly sought after by collectors.

ABOUT THE DESIGN…

Commemorating the end of the Second World War, when Japanese officials formally surrendered to the Allies in September of 1945, this unique Australian legal tender type carries a poignant, richly symbolic design.

Reflecting hope for the future, as well as recognising the sacrifice of those Australians who died in the conflict, the design has four main elements. Depicting the battleground in the war against Imperial Japan, the design is highlighted by a map of the South East Pacific and Asia region, united with the Dove of Peace. A full-colour motif dominates the heart of the 20.50mm flan – representing the Army, Navy and Air Force – with a 7-pointed star representing the Commonwealth, and also the stars seen on Mother’s and Widow’s Badges.