Australia releases its first ever Quarter

America is the only nation with a Quarter in its currency, but that is about to change…

For the first time Australia is launching its own 25 cent coin, with more than one million “Quarters” being released by The Royal Australian Mint in an exclusive one-off release.

Although they will be legal tender, the unique gold-coloured coins are unlikely to be seen in general circulation because demand from collectors will be so high.

The new coins – launched tomorrow on ANZAC Day – will feature significant military moments in Australia’s history.

Whereas America’s Quarters are silver-coloured, the Australian Quarter will be gold-coloured, made from copper and aluminium.

Australia has no immediate plans to introduce the Quarter to their coinage permanently, so this looks like a one-off release, which is sure to be snapped up by collectors.

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