|Coin Type||Ten Cents (NCLT)|
The Australian 10 cent coin was first introduced with decimalisation on 14 February 1966 when it replaced the pre-decimal Australian shilling. The original reverse design for the circulating coins (by Stuart Devlin) has not been changed since its introduction.
Occasionally, the Royal Australian Mint issues Non-Circulating Legal Tender (NCLT) 10 cent coins with different designs; however, they are not as numerous as the NCLT issues in the higher denominations such as the 50 cents, one dollar and two dollars.
Effigy of the ruling monarch, legend, date.
|Obverse Inscription||Legend of the ruling monarch, date|
Various reverse designs as separately described.
|Ten Cents 1999 (Silver, Penny)||15,000||Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley (Fourth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 1999 · TEN CENTS ·|
|Ten Cents 2006 (Silver, Second Portrait)||5,829||Portrait by Arnold Machin (Second Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2006|
|Ten Cents 2009 Decimal Pattern||7,500||Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley (Fourth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2009|
|Ten Cents 2010 (Gold, Gottwald Portrait)||500||Portrait by Vladimir Gottwald||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2010|
|Ten Cents 2019 (Second Portrait)||20,000||Portrait by Arnold Machin (Second Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2019|