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The round fifty cent coin was the highest-denomination and largest diameter coin of the Australian dollar’s decimal coins, introduced in 1966. Due to large amounts made in 1966 and the rising cost of silver, it was not made in any other year.
|Precious Metal Content||(Troy oz)||0.3416 oz Silver|
|Metal Composition||(% purity)||Silver (80%), Copper (20%)|