Post Office case

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  1. Tiger2007

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    Sold at Australia post offices in a presentation case so no casual needed.
     
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    Thanks a lot.
     
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    Roswell Crash Survivor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    That coin comes with the green case, which came from the Royal Australian Mint. I don't understand why an established numi dealer like I.S Wright would call it a 'Post Office case'.
     
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    The regular silver kangaroos were sold on a card and plastic sleeve

    from what I understand, the ones in the case like that but not in a capsule were only sold through Australia Post shops - for some reason
    that is why they are called post office cases

    they stopped the practice at some point - the only roos I've seen post offices sell have been the carded ones

    I think the most recent roo I've got in a case like that is 2004
     

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