|Coin Type||One Dollar (NCLT)|
The one dollar coin denomination (written as $1) was introduced in Australia in 1984, replacing the earlier banknotes. The original reverse design by Stuart Devlin on circulating coins has not been changed since its introduction. The denomination is also often used to issue circulating commemorative coins with various reverses.
Effigy of the ruling monarch, legend, date.
|Obverse Inscription||Legend of the ruling monarch, date|
Various reverse designs as separately described.
|Reverse Inscription||1 DOLLAR|
|Edge||Milled interrupted, in seven sections|