- NEW RELEASES
- ROYAL AUSTRALIAN MINT
- THE PERTH MINT
- NEW TO HALFPENNY
- PHILATELIC NUMISMATIC COVERS
- AUSTRALIAN PRE-DECIMAL
- GRADED COINS PCGS & NGC
- SILVER COINS
- COIN SETS
- WORLD COINS & BANKNOTES
- MEDALLIONS & MEDALS
- BULK LOTS
- PLAQUES & SIGNS
Australia is home to at least 2,000 species of native bees exhibiting a diverse range of physical and behavioural characteristics. Two remarkable breeds, the blue neon cuckoo bee and orange-and-black wasp-mimic bee, are featured on this postal numismatic cover.
The Perth Mint and Australia Post are pleased to present a delightful coin and stamp featuring the Striated Pardalote. This delightful bird inhabits nearly all areas of Australia. Despite being small in size, some populations undertake remarkable migratory movements, while others remain in the same area throughout the year.
The Perth Mint and Australia Post are pleased to present a delightful Australian Songbird stamp and coin cover featuring the Green Catbird. The Green Catbird gets its name from its distinctive cat-like wailing call. Found in sub-tropical rainforest, this charming creature resides along the east coast of Australia.
The Perth Mint and Australia Post unite to present this charming coin and stamp featuring the Australian Shelduck. Displaying the distinctive markings of a black head contrasting a white neck ring and chestnut coloured breast feathers, this large bird can often be found in the south western and south eastern parts of Australia.
The Perth Mint and Australia Post are delighted to present an Australian Kingfisher stamp and coin cover featuring the Yellow-billed Kingfisher. Yellow-billed Kingfishers are medium-sized forest birds which have a very distinctive yellow coloration that gives them their name.
This wonderfully coloured coin depicts a swimming crabeater seal, a species which lives in the ice-pack zone surrounding Antarctica. The seals, which grow to about 2.5m in length, can plunge 250m into the near freezing waters. Despite their name, the light-coloured seals eat krill, not crabs, filtering out the tiny crustaceans through specially adapted...
Snow leopards live in the steep and rocky alpine regions of Central Asia. They are insulated by thick hair, and their wide, fur-covered feet act as natural snowshoes. Snow leopards have powerful legs and they are able to jump as far as 15 meters. They use their long tails for balance and as blankets to cover sensitive body parts against the severe...