With a television audience of 600 million, viewers collectively held their breath as Neil Armstrong descended from the module the “The Eagle” and took his first steps on the Moon in July 1969. This month, we celebrate 50 years following Apollo 11’s moon mission with a range of coins and commemoratives representing this crucial event in space exploration.
Macquarie Mint News
Macquarie Mint is proud to be involved in the Kidney Kar Rally for the 11th year. Launched in 1989, our very own Ken and Kath Downie will take part in the 31st Kidney Kar Rally this August.
We answer some commonly-asked questions about the final days of WWI.
On this day 65 years ago, the bloodshed of the Korean War came to an end.
Titanium is a pretty versatile metal, but has only recently been used to make coins.
Feats of incredible bravery from these soldiers earned them prestigious military honours.
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle begins a brand-new chapter for the Monarchy.
In the spirit of evolution, we are delighted to introduce our brand-new site.
On February 16th, the world will bid a warm welcome to 2018: The Year of the Dog.
This year marks 100 years since the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I. It’s a milestone that will not be forgotten.