The Morpeth Coin & Banknote Fair
‘The Flip Side of the Coin' from the Ancient Coins of Greece & Rome, Banknotes of the World, to Australian Coloured $2 Coins See them at the Morpeth Coin & Banknote Fair. Find out how much your coins & stamps might be worth at The Morpeth Coin & Banknote Fair Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th April, 2021.
The $2 Coin replaced the $2 banknote on 20th June, 1988. At the time no one liked it.
“When red-blooded Australian coins get together in a pocket, they jingle about. Clink and clank, metal against metal, so a pocket sounds reassuringly moneyed. Two dollar coins, en-masse click like plastic buttons.”
Coloured commemorative $2 coins introduced in 2012 began a new era for the two dollar coin and sparked great interest in the public. Mums and dads, young and old, began to collect them, busily seeking out those elusive dates and designs.
View a mini exhibition of $2 coins released since then. The first was the Remembrance Day coloured poppy. Its loose change value is up to $100. Some collectors will pay up to $600 for an uncirculated one, just to complete a collection. The next commemorative was for the 60th Anniversary of Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. This coin from your loose change is worth $50. In uncirculated condition brings around $200.
The First Edition of ‘A Collector’s Guide to Australian $2 Coins’ will be available for sale. Or pre-order a copy of the revised & updated second edition. Due for release in under two weeks time. This soft cover book is $20. It contains chapters on the history of the $2 coin, looking after your collection & a full market price catalogue, including circulating issues, PNC’s, oddities and miss strikes.
Trading tables will be set up featuring Ancient Coins from Greece, Rome & Medieval times, Australian and World Coins & Banknotes.
Bring along your coins, banknotes & stamps to be Valued for Free. Dealers are both buying and selling. St James Anglican Church Hall, corner of Tank & High Street, Morpeth, NSW 2321. 10am-3.30pm. Free Entry. Doors will be open from 10am -3.30pm. Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th April, 2021. Entry & Valuations are Free. St James Anglican Church Hall, corner of Tank & High Streets, Morpeth NSW 2321