A Genuine or Commemorative Australian Sixpence wrist watch with a silver finish, set in a gold case. This stylish men’s or ladies’ wrist watch from the Coinwatch Contemporary Collection is a unique timepiece with a quality Swiss movement and a black leather band.
This men’s or ladies’ Contemporary Collection watch is set in a gold case, with a silver finish. With a black, genuine calf leather band, and hypo-allergenic lining, this watch is a stylish choice. A precision Swiss quartz analogue movement will provide years of reliable time keeping.
Genuine or Commemorative Australian Sixpence coin dial
Swiss movement with sweep second hand
Stainless steel case
Hardened mineral crystal
Genuine calf leather strap with hypo-allergenic lining
30 metres water resistant
Coinwatch in Australia
The brand was founded as Coinwatch in Australia in 1984. All Coinwatch watches use quality Swiss-made movements and are manufactured by professional watchmakers. Coinwatch has received endorsements from national mints around the world to produce timepieces which capture local values national characteristics. Australian coins often incorporate native animals in their design, and (until present day) the image of the King or Queen of the Commonwealth. Coinwatch in Australia uses premium, Swiss-made quartz or automatic movements, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, refined finishing, cases and bracelets in 316L stainless steel and at competitive pricings. Each listed Coinwatch item in our Australian online store will identify the materials used in the construction of that item. All Coinwatch timepieces are created to appeal to the watch enthusiasts who are fashionable, confident and creative.
The high standard of each Coinwatch timepiece is maintained with the elegant presentation box design.
The sheer luxury of the box ensures a sense of pride when presenting your timepiece selection as a gift and provides safe storage for your watch when not in use.
A genuine sixpence coin is featured as the dial face and is available in your selection of years from 1910* through to 1963. The sixpence was not minted in 1913, 1915, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1947 and 1949.
A Commemorative dial is featured for these years and from 1964 to the present.
The Australian coat of arms design shows a shield representing each state of Australia, with a kangaroo and emu chosen because neither animal can walk backwards, supporting the slogan “Advance Australia”.