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The Tooth Fairy has magicked up something special for little ones about to lose their first tooth – her very own Australian $2 coin. But if you want one, be prepared to pay a pretty penny.

The Tooth Fairy has managed to whip up an entire kit that her friends at the Royal Australian Mint are distributing, complete with toothbrush and a special message from the Tooth Fairy herself.

Tooth Fairy Coin Kit Australian Mint

Tooth Fairy Coin Kit Australian Mint

Tooth Fairy Coin Kit

The 2021 Tooth Fairy Kit includes a mint $2 coin, featuring the sweet little fairy herself carrying a tooth. It also includes a bamboo toothbrush, floating glitter fairy pen, tooth chair all packaged in a box that has an in-built safe mirror. And, of course, a note from the Tooth Fairy reminding little ones to brush their teeth!

The Royal Australian Mint explains, “What we really love about this Tooth Fairy Kit is that it is all about celebrating and fantasy. We understand this is good for helping kids to develop creatively. It is also not setting them up to expect expensive gifts … for we know sometimes the best gifts are the simplest.”

Tooth Fairy Kit being resold

The $25 Tooth Fairy Uncirculated Coin Kit was launched just days ago, but has proved super popular, and is already sold out. Unfortunately, this means the kits are turning up for resale for at least double the original price.

Tooth Fairy Kit ebay 1

Tooth Fairy Kit ebay

The Mint released a similar Tooth Fairy Kit last year, so it seems we may have to wait until next year for another drop of these popular keepsakes.

Tooth Fairy Gifts

If you missed out on grabbing a Tooth Fairy Kit from the Royal Australian Mint, here are some other cute ideas if you have a tot about to say ta-ta to their first tooth!

Tooth Fairy Pillow, $29.67

Tooth Fairy Pillow

 

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Tooth Fairy Mouse, $44.95

Tooth Fairy Mouse

 

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Tooth Fairy Coins, $12.99

Tooth Fairy Coins

 

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  • I love the idea and it does look adorable but are you going to spend that much each time a tooth falls out? I don’t think so. We used to get 6pence and then it became a silver coin. If I was to give something now for a tooth falling out I’d make it a gold coin and no more.

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  • I love the Tooth Fairy Coins. What a fantastic idea and a great marketing idea.

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  • This is SO cute! I wish I had been able to buy one :)

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  • I highly doubt kids would value the coins them selves …well some anyway

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  • Great little kit but i feel you can just diy and make your own

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  • A beautiful idea but too expensive.

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  • That is absolutely beautiful. What a wonderful momento to have. I love it.

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  • These are all very cute.

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  • Super cute and such a shame all sold out there’s definitely a demand and gap in the market for tooth fairy products

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  • It’s an attractive package, bit pricey for me with 3 kids as you could hardly do it for one kid and not the others! The re-sellers, hmmmm bit of a rip off, but I guess if people want to pay that, they are making the demand for it. Maybe the next time they are marketed by the Mint, they could make more available?

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  • The Tooth Fairy is a great idea but I’m in love with the Tooth Fairy Mouse. In my household the going tooth fairy rate was $1.00.

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  • Despicable that people buy these things out just so they can rip others off.

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  • I love fairies. That’s so pretty

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  • Adorable. I want one for me.

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  • What a brilliant idea. Love ❤️ Every child should have a kit.

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