Detailed information about Coin: One Cent 1975 from Australia
Australian one cent coins were withdrawn from circulation in February 1992. However (as of 2016), they are still legal tender.
|Face value||1 (x Cent)||Type||One Cent|
|Mintage||134,798,000 (134.8 million)|
|Monarch||Queen Elizabeth II||Effigy||Portrait by Arnold Machin (Second Portrait)|
|Production technology||Milled (machine-made)||Shape||Round|
|Size (mm)||17.6500||Thickness (mm)|
Diademed bust of Queen Elizabeth II right (portrait by Arnold Machin, known as the "Second portrait"). Around, ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 1975.
|Obverse inscription||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 1975|
A representation of a feather tailed glider designed and sculpted by Stuart Devlin. Slightly left of centre, the denomination 1 [cent]. Below the end of the glider's tail in tiny letters, the designer's initials SD.
|Proof||23,000 (included in main number)|
|Krause, Standard Catalog of World Coins||Australia KM# 62|
|Royal Australian Mint||2016||Mint||link|
|Royal Australian Mint||2016||Mintage||link|
|Krause, Standard Catalog of World Coins||Mintage||Circulation and proof mintage|
|McDonald, Australian Coins and Banknotes||Varieties||Proof|
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|Museums Victoria: Coin - 1 Cent, Australia, 1975|
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|One Cent 1972||One Cent 1973||One Cent 1974||One Cent 1975||One Cent 1976||One Cent 1977|
|One Cent 1978||One Cent 1979||One Cent 1980||One Cent 1981||One Cent 1982||One Cent 1983|
|One Cent 1984||One Cent 1985||One Cent 1986 (mint sets only)||One Cent 1987||One Cent 1988||One Cent 1989|
|One Cent 1990||One Cent 1991 (mint sets only)||One Cent 2006 (mint sets only)||One Cent 2006 (Silver, Second Portrait)||One Cent 2009 Decimal Pattern||One Cent 2011 (Silver)|
|One Cent 2012 (Gold)|