Melbourne Mint

Visitor Information

A selection of objects from the Museum Victoria numismatic collection is currently on display in the following Melbourne Museum Discovery Centre object drawers:

74  Melbourne International Exhibition Medals  1880 – 1881
75  Melbourne Centennial Exhibition Medals  1888 – 1889
76  Hans Irvine Wine Medals  1873 – 1904
77  Sir Frederick McCoy medals  1862 – 1891

Further Reading

Carlisle, Leslie J., (2008), Australian Historical Medals 1788 – 1988, Sydney: Leslie J. Carlisle.
Melbourne Museum Discovery Centre
Call no. 737.2220994 C283 (2008)


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Florenc Bartolus 18 May, 2011 10:37
1917 bronz penny with Head of St george -no dragon...bo cross sword..what is this??
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Brittany 28 June, 2012 14:26
I was wondering if there were tours taking place at the Royal Mint??
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Discovery Centre 29 June, 2012 11:16

Hello Brittany,

 

The Royal Mint is now home to the Hellenic Museum, you can contact them via their website to see if they offer tours.

TONI MUNDAY 7 February, 2013 16:33
the Crib Point towns people 1919 present a gold fob to their return soldiers - I am hoping to find one - but I am thinking the Mint would have producted these for towns after the war - is there a record of designs per township
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