1996 $5 Sir Donald Bradman Bi-Metallic Coin in Folder
|Coin Type:||Bi-metallic $5 coin|
|Mint:||Royal Australian Mint|
|Metal:||Austenitic Stainless Steel Ring, Aluminium Bronze Centre|
|Mass (approx):||10.6 grams|
|Obverse:||Elizabeth II (Raphael Maklouf)|
|Reverse:||Sir Donald Bradman|
1996 bi-metallic $5 Sir Donald Bradman coin in credit card sized information folder. Coin has a steel ring with an Aluminium Bronze centre. It carries the Maklouf portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a depiction of ‘The Don’ batting on the reverse. Coin is in uncirculated condition.
Sir Donald Bradman debuted for New South Wales in the 1927-28 season at just 19. He amassed a career total of 28,067 runs, including 117 hundreds. This Test batting average of 99.94 established over a test career of 20 years and 52 tests, stand not only as a record unlikley to be surpassed but as a testimony to his pre-eminent standing in the game of cricket.
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