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1995 Fifty Cent

? Sir Edward Weary Dunlop was a surgeon in the Australian Army during World War II. Sir Dunlop and his troops were captured in 1942 and put to work on Death Railway. To commemorate the 50 years since the end of the war, the Weary Dunlop fifty cent was released. The reverse was designed by Horst Hahne and features a portrait of Sir Dunlop with the legend THEY SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN WORLD WAR II 1939 - 1945 written across barbed wire which depicts his capture by the Japanese. The obverse ...

1889-M Small Head Full Sovereign

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2016 Silver One Dollar

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1912-H Half Penny

? In 1912 the Heaton mint struck 2.4 million half pennies for Australia featuring the mintmark H below the lower scroll on the reverse. H Mintmark of the 1912 Heaton mint half penny The year is reasonably common, though like the 1911, most mint state examples originated from the Baldwin mint roll though the 1912 examples tended to grade higher, right up to MS66! Also like the 1911 half penny, the obverse is often softly struck ...

1916-P Full Sovereign

? The George V sovereign series was struck from 1911 to 1931 with the design changing from 1928 to 1929 with the two types being known as the Large Head and Small Head design respectively. Large Head Design Small Head Design The issue was struck in Australia at the Sydney, Melbourne and Perth mints up to 1926 and only the Melbourne and Perth mints thereafter. The mint of manufacture can be determined by the letter S, M or P on the exergue ...

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1942 and 1943 Bombay Mint Copper

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Collecting Old Australian Coins

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Sydney Mint Half Sovereigns

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