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Superb World War I coin series closes with fitting peace poster release

Superb World War I coin series closes with fitting peace poster release

At the end of the First World War, the Australian Government launched a series of ‘Peace Loan’ campaigns. These were managed by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia with the aim of recouping the costs of the war and helping to fund the pensions of returned servicemen. In the same way War Loans had functioned between 1915 and 1918, the public was asked to purchase bonds which were repaid with interest.

The first peace loan was announced on 30 July 1919. The amount requested was £25 million, equivalent to approximately £1.1 billion today. As with the war loans campaigns, promotional posters were developed and published in newspapers encouraging the general public to get involved.

One of the first subscribers to the second peace loan issued in July 1920 was Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VIII. The Prince was travelling around Australia at the time thanking the population for the sacrifices and contributions they had made during the war. The third and final loan, known as the ‘Diggers Loan’, was launched in August 1921.

Australian Posters of World War I – Peace Bonds
2018 1oz Silver Proof Rectangle Coin

The fifth and final release from the Australian Posters of World War I coin series features a poster from the initial Peace Bonds promotional campaign of 1919.

The poster depicted a young veteran in uniform being welcomed back to civilian life by an elderly farmer declaring “Well Boy – You’ve done your Bit. What will Australia do for You?” The artwork symbolised that even those who had not been not eligible for recruitment could still make a useful contribution to their country.

Vividly portrayed in colour on the rectangular 1oz silver coin, it is headed by the inscription AUSTRALIAN PEACE BONDS.

Click for more information about the complete Australian Posters of World War I series.

Reflecting the development of a recognisably Australian style in poster art and its effectiveness as an advertising and promotional medium at the beginning of the 20th century, this series is produced by The Perth Mint in association with the Australian War Memorial. Issued as Australian legal tender, each coin in the special series is individually encapsulated in latex cases which allows the design on both sides to be displayed.

No more than 5,000 of each coin in the series will be released worldwide.


The Australian War Memorial logo is a registered trade mark of the Australian War Memorial TM © 2018.


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🌠Top Dimes Most valuable 🌌 – US Silver Coins

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Metal Detecting Tiny Silver Coins and Relics | Winter Therapy

Metal Detecting Tiny Silver Coins and Relics | Winter Therapy

#10 Bucket Lister!! A few tips for detecting in the snow covered winter. After being stuck inside for a few weeks I finally had to get outside for some “Therapy.” I was rewarded with a Bucket Lister!!

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Silver to Gold Ratio Historical Timeline (1883 to 2009) | Silver Investments | Silver Coins

Silver to Gold Ratio Historical Timeline (1883 to 2009) | Silver Investments | Silver Coins

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1950-1960
From the end of World War II through the early 1960s, fabrication demand for silver rose sharply. The rebuilding of Europe and Japan and a worldwide movement toward electrification, housing construction and durable consumer items was responsible for increased prices

1960-65
During the 1960s the Treasury moved from being a net buyer of silver to being a net seller of silver. In 1960, the Treasury sold 22 million ounces of silver in bullion form, and used another 46 million ounces in coinage.

1966-1970
By 1966 the Treasury’s program of eliminating silver from coinage was in place. The Treasury continued to use some silver in coins from then until 1969, but the annual average during these four years was 38.5 million ounces, down from 178 million ounces per year on average during the previous four years. Austria, France, and West Germany continued to use silver in some circulating coins until the late 1970s.

1971-1978
The weighted average price paid in these investor acquisitions, using annual average prices, was $1.88 per ounce. This figure will be important in understanding the next phase of the silver market, from 1971 into 1979, when the new supply of silver fell short of industrial requirements and the resulting deficit was accommodated by investor selling.

1979-1980
By 1979, investors and other market participants had come to the strong conviction that the silver market was facing a severe shortage of metal, and that prices were likely to rise sharply at some point. The market had been living off of investor selling for seven years. Prices had risen from the beginning of the decade, but there were serious questions as to how much longer investors would be willing and able to continue supplying silver to fabricators, at least at the prices seen in the mid-1970s.

1981-1990
By the beginning of 1981 the silver market was starting to adjust after the traumatic events of 1980. Industrial silver demand was declining, both because of the worldwide recession that had set in, and in reaction to high silver prices. Investment demand for silver also fell sharply. Investors were aware of the reduced fabrication demand for silver, and of the amount of silver backed up at refineries Other investors had lost money in 1979-1980, and were wary of returning to the market. Still others were distracted from silver by more attractive financial markets.

1990-1999
Throughout the 1990′s, the main question for the silver market was the rate at which above-ground stocks of bullion and coins were being consumed by the widening gap between fabrication demand and conventional supply, and when this erosion of stocks might begin to significantly impact the price of the metal. Mine production of new silver rose by only 4% from 1990 to 1999, while total fabrication demand increased by 22% during the same period.

2000-2010
Silver prices remained under pressure for most of 2000, averaging $4.95 per troy ounce. The trading range did manage to increase marginally year-on-year, recording a high of $5.45 in February of 2000 and a low of $4.57 in December. The silver price softened throughout the year, largely because of continued Chinese government sales and ongoing private disinvestment.

2011-Present
Strong silver investment in 2011 paved the way to a record annual average silver price in a year marked by steep price volatility while retail silver investment demand for both physical bullion bars and coins & medals surged to record levels.

Silver posted an annual average price of $35.12 in 2011, more than double the $14.67 annual average price achieved in 2009. This offers further testament to investors’ enthusiasm for the metal as silver World Investment (including implied net investment, silver bars and coins & medals) produced another historic high total last year of 282.2 million ounces (Moz), the equivalent of approximately $10 billion on a net basis, itself a record high.

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Perth Mint Update: Close up look at the 2018 Australian Koala Silver Bullion Coins

Perth Mint Update: Close up look at the 2018 Australian Koala Silver Bullion Coins

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