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1911 Australia One Shilling - King George V
A stunning example of a very low mintage coin from the second year of production.
Extremely hard to find in this condition and getting harder all the time.
They are a super investment for the future.
Pictures speak louder than words.
There were in total 6 varites of One Shilling coins minted between 1911 and 1966 when decimalisation occured.
Mints: M – Melbourne S - Sydney P - Perth L - London B - Birmingham S - San Francisco
Mint Marks: M – Melbourne
1911-1963 All one shilling coins in this period were as follows.
Diameter 23,5 mm
Weight 5.65 grams
Edge – Milled
Composition:92.5 silver, 7,5% copper
Obverse:Has a portrait of King George V by Sir E.B. Mackennel
Reverse:From 1910 to 1963 the Australian coat of arms.by W.H.J. Blakemore was on the reverse.