All listings and products must comply with all laws and regulations.
Items considered exonumia, including but not limited to
medals, medallions, challenge coins, and commemorative coins not primarily made of a
precious metal are exempt from this policy.
You are required to obtain approval from Amazon before listing in the
Collectible Coins category. For more information, see this seller Help page: Collectible Coins.
Examples of Permitted
Monetised Bullion: Coins or other forms of money manufactured of gold,
silver, or other precious metal and used now or hereafter used as a medium of
exchange under the laws of a nation.
Examples of Prohibited
The following are never permitted for sale on Amazon.com.au:
Items considered legal tender that have
been altered outside of numismatic preservation. This includes holograms,
overlays, cladding, plating, or colorizing
Paper money, including uncut sheets,
bank notes, money orders, bricks, and certificates
Imitation and prop money that is not
conspicuously marked "Copy" including:
Rounds made primarily of precious
"Unsearched" bags, rolls, tubes, jars, or hoards where the buyers cannot
identify clearly the items they will receive
Counterfeit coins and paper money such as bank notes, bonds, money
orders, silver certificates, and gold certificates
Stocks and securities
Equipment designed to create counterfeit
Cash or cash equivalent instruments,
including money orders, traveler's checks, stored value products like retail or
open loop gift cards or electronic stored-value redemption codes (except for
retail gift cards listed by pre-approved sellers)
Non-monetised bullion (precious metal
which has been smelted or refined and has a value dependent primarily upon its
precious metal content and not upon its form)
Government assistance benefits.
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