AC/DC is now on Australian money

The second is a five dollar piece. Bursting into the Australian live music scene late in 1973 these hard-working musicians certainly took the long way to the top and managed to stay there for decades. The first is the 50-cent coin, of which 30,000 copies will be (thunder)struck. Wanna buy one? Turning the volume up on our numismatic tribute to AC/DC we have inverted the triangular blank and present this intricate design oriented like a guitar pick. The Royal Australian Mint proudly celebrates the 45th anniversary of our greatest rock band AC/DC with this coloured uncirculated coin. While these coins are legal tender, I wouldn’t rush to spend them. In 2018 we mark 45 years since the formation of a young band in suburban Sydney, who via Melbourne would conquer the rock music world. Here’s the statement from the mint:
Unrelenting, frank, and at times irreverent, the electrifying music of Australia’s premier rock band AC/DC turns 45 in 2018.   Go here. The 50-cent coin retails for $15 AUD while the $5 coin sells for $130 AUD. The Royal Australian Mint has just issued a couple of AC/DC coins aimed at collectors. Nickel plated black and featuring the high voltage logos in vibrant colour print, this is a must have piece for fans of the band or collectors alike.
AC/DC is now on Australian money