2014 “G” for George Uncirculated Dollar | New Coin Releases

2014 “G” for George Uncirculated Dollar

&lsquoG for George&rsquo was an active Avro Lancaster heavy bomber which was constructed in 1942 and flew 90 operational missions over Nazi-occupied territory during the Second Globe War. Its affectionate nickname was the outcome of the prominent &lsquoG&rsquo in its squadron code, and the plane was both empowering and uniting for over 10,000 airmen. Servicemen crewed this aircraft in RAF Bomber Command till its retirement in 1944. It now sits proudly on display in the Australian War Memorial&rsquos ANZAC Hall, as an embodiment of the strength, endurance and sacrifices of those who served in the war.

On the 70th anniversary of its retirement, this coin serves as a lasting memento of its iconic service.

  • &nbspUncirculated coin
  • Packaged in a card featuring the plane schematic and images of the 90 missles displayed on the side of G for George representing the number of missions it flew
  • Packaging functions the Australian War Memorial&rsquos 1st Planet War centenary logo
  • Coin&rsquos reverse attributes &lsquoG for George&rsquo against a background of missiles dropped by the plane&nbsp
  • Obverse characteristics Queen Elizabeth II effigy sculpted by Ian Rank-Broadley
$ 13.50

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