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1920-M  Sixpence reverse 1920-M  Sixpence obverse

1920-M Sixpence

Mintage:1,476,000
Reverse Designer:W. H. J. Blakemore Obverse Designer:George W. De Saules Size:19mm Weight:2.83g Edge:Reeded Composition:92.5% Silver
7.5% Copper

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Sales History

The 1920-M Sixpence was the final issue in the sixpence series to have a Melbourne 'M' mint-mark. The reverse features W. H. J. Blakemore's simple Coat of Arms design and the obverse houses George W. De Saules portrait of King George V. The small 'M' mint-mark is also located beneath the date on the reverse. The total mintage for the year was 1,476,000 which is relatively typical for the series.

Melbourne 'M' mint-mark on the reverse of a 1920-M Sixpence. Melbourne 'M' mint-mark on the reverse of a 1920-M Sixpence.

Between 1916 and 1920 the Melbourne Mint produced sixpence with a small 'M' mint-mark. In 1921 the mint-mark was removed when the Commonwealth Government decided they wanted the dies to be interchangeable between mints.

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