Coin collectors and historians of Wagga were treated today as the Royal Australian Mint brought their "The Bad, the Bold and the Ugly" roadshow to town.
The theme of this year's pop-up store was the impact of the bushranging era on the nation's art, music, literature and culture.
"We have the centenary coin for the repatriation, so bringing home our soldiers after the First World War, and also the indigenous language coins which feature an array of different ways to say 'coin' in Indigenous languages," Royal Mint spokesperson Alexander Royston said.
Mr Royston said the highlight of the roadshows was always the stories that attendees have to share.
"We get to connect with our passionate collectors and share insight into what they have found and their stories as collectors," he said.
One man keen to get his hands on the collector coin was Larry Larder, from Tumut, whose passion has passed down through the generations.
"I got my third Treaty of Versailles coin today [Monday], the Ghan 50 cent piece and also the third American Stockade Coin," Mr Larder said.
"I sort of picked it up from my father, I've only been doing it [collecting coins] for about two years but he's done it for over 40 years now."