2006 RAM Decimal Proof Baby Set – The Magic Pudding


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Mint condition Royal Auatralian Mint proof set in original packaging with the full set of 2006 proof coins and a Magic Pudding medallion.

A fantastic set that has steadily gained in worth over 4 years. Issue price was $95 so it has gained almost 90% on its value in this short time.

A great investment whilst it is still available at this price or a fabulous gift for the baby shower. Please see all the pictures.

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The 2006 Baby Proof collection presents all six circulating coin designs from 5c through to $2. Also included is a Magic Pudding sterling silver medallion that can be inscribed with the new baby’s name. The Magic Pudding is an  Australian children’s book written and illustrated by Norman Lindsay in 1918. It is a comic fantasy, and a classic of Australian children’s literature. Bunyip, a koala, runs away from home because he can’t stand his Uncle’s whiskers, and meets a sailor and a penguin who own a magic pudding. The puddin’ is an irritable fellow, always insulting them, and is contemptuous of how little they eat of it. Then pudding can magically replenish itself and can also change flavour to any pie or pudding. There are also two dangerous puddin’ thieves lurking about who use a multitude of disguises. Despite the watchfulness of Bill Barnacle and Sam Sawnoff, the puddin’ is always being stolen. The cut and come again pudding is herein commemorated.


The Magic Pudding: Being The Adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends Bill Barnacle and Sam Sawnoff is an Australian children’s book written and illustrated by Norman Lindsay. It is a comic fantasy, a classic of Australian children’s literature. The story is set in Australia with humans mixing with anthropomorphic animals. It tells of a magic pudding which, no matter how often it is eaten, always reforms in order to be eaten again. It is owned by three companions who must defend it against Pudding Thieves who want it for themselves.

*All historical information taken from Wikipedia for educational purposes only.

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