The best known example of different die types in Australian numismatics is that of the different obverse and reverse die types of the George V pennies (For example, see Jon Saxton's website). Similarly, since 1999, there have been several years during which more than one obverse design was used and one in which two (almost identical) reverses was used.
|1999 Last Anzacs C||Large Obverse||Compare|
|Mule - 10c Obverse|
|2001 Federation||Large Obverse||Compare|
|2003 Suffrage||Large Reverse||Compare|