The Perth Mint and Australia Post have teamed up to present this 2024 ANZAC Day stamp and coin cover.


  • Official Australia Post stamp
  • Australian legal tender
  • Beautifully designed presentation envelope


  • Item Code                24R61AAA
  • Barcode                   9349766021838
  • Issue Limit               7,500
  • Maximum Mintage Unlimited
  • Release Date           16 April 2024

Each year, on 25 April, Anzac Day commemorations are held across Australia. These services and vigils are held to pay respects to Australians who have lost their lives or served in all military and peacekeeping operations in which Australia has been involved.

This cover features portraits of three official war photographers of World War I and II. Briton Herbert Baldwin (1880-1920) was Australia's first commissioned war photographer, engaged to record Australian troops on the Western Front in late 1916 and early 1917. The first photographer commissioned by the Australian government during World War II was Damien Parer (1912-1944). He served in the Middle East and North Africa, before joining Western forces in New Guinea in 1942. New Zealand-born George Silk (1916-2004) was the second photographer comissioned during World War II. He arrived in the Middle East in May 1940, before photographing the war campaign in the pacific.

Issued as Australian legal tender, the uncirculated aluminium bronze coin is housed in a card with a circular window revealing the coin's reverse and obverse designs. 


The reverse of the coin portrays a representation of a war memorial, a place for people to gather and remember those who have served in and died as a result of war. Set against a waterway among hills, the obelisk is surrounded by two flags, both at half-mast. Included in the design is a motif representing a torch and an eternal flame, the inscriptions '25 APRIL' and 'LEST WE FORGET', the 2024 year-date, and  a 'P125' mintmark signifying the Perth Mint's 125th Anniversary.

The coin's obverse bears the Dan Thorne effigy of His Majesty King Charles III, and the monetary denomination.


Affixed to the envelope are three official Australia Post $1.50 stamps. The stamps are postmarked for the first day of issue and the envelope includes Australia Post's Seal of Authenticity.


Monetary Denomination (AUD) 1
Nominal Weight (g) 13.50
Maximum Diameter (mm) 30.70
Maximum Thickness (mm) 3.40


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