1967 Australian Swan Dollar PCGS MS67 Superb Gem Unc Coin. 1967 Australian Pattern Swan Dollar or Goose Dollar PCGS MS67 Superb Gem Uncirculated. A Beautifully rainbow toned Coin that would make a Highlight in Your Collection. Graded by a Third-Party Grading Service a& is covered by their guarantee of grade and authenticity for life. History of the Swan Dollar.
In 1967 it was engraved and struck by John Pinches medallists of London. The design, by Andor Meszaros features a swan with Australia 1967 on the obverse and wattle with 100 (cents) printed on the reverse. On the obverse (swan side) at approximately 4 oclock right next to the rim are the designers initials which may be mistaken as a scuff on the coin surface. There were 1500 specimen uncirculated silver coins issued that featured a milled edge, 750 proof pieces with a plain edge and 10 gold with the plain edge. It is believed 2 of the gold coins were lost in the Ash Wednesday fires in 1983 (John Gartner collection) so it could be said that there are only 8 in existence. Johns house at Mount Macedon in Victoria was destroyed with the coins along with the actual dies used to strike the coins. All coins were originally issued in a maroon coloured case inscribed with Australian Pattern Crown inside the lid and in the case for the proofs, the word proof was added.
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- Region: Australia
- Material: Silver
- Grade: MS67