$2 Coins

Trial Dies

1990

Two types of this Error exist.  One type has a small section of milling the others have no milling at all around the edge of the coin.

 

1993

Kingfisher Type

Kingfisher Thicker Design

This coin shows a thicker almost doubled Reverse and less defined detail

Date Error

1994

Set Only Coin With Planchet Fault

 

1995

Set Only Coin

1997

$2 coins produced in South Africa were not to the correct standard and did not work in many parking meters or machines.  Because of this not all the mintage was released making them a popular item to search for.  While not unusual to find them in change today finding higher grade coins can be a bit of a challenge.

1998

Heron beak and claws touching rim/not touching rim

 

Clipped Planchet

 1999

IRB Cuds

Cud Above B and small doubling of showing under the letters

2001

IRB Cuds

Cud Above B

Clipped and Milling Fault

2003

Set Type

Circulating

The different position of the date is often the easiest way to spot the difference and also the edge is different

Die crack on wing

 

Off Center

 

2004

Set Only Coin

2005

Set Type

Circulating

The different position of the date is often the easiest way to spot the difference and also the edge is different

2011

1. Die Cracks on Wings

Type A. Die Cracks and small cuds

This fault progresses to have a large cud as seen in Type 2

Type B. With large cud

 

2. Similar die cracks to type 1 but in slightly different places

Type A. Die Cracks

Type B. Die Cracks with large cuds starting to form

Die Crack on the back of the Herons head/neck

Die Crack on the top of the Herons Head

2014

1. Die crack on wings and different milling on edge

 

 

Milled Security Edge Errors

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