Mintage:57,809 Reverse Designer:Benedetto PistrucciObverse Designer:Sir E. B. MacKennelSize:21.5mmWeight:7.99gEdge:ReededComposition:91.67% Gold 8.33% Copper
The 1931 Melbourne is a very scarce type with the lowest mintage in the series, a total
57,809 pieces struck, with most melted down as usual. The piece rarely appears on the market with probably under 50 mint state examples available, yet only sells for around $2000 in typical mint state
making it seem somewhat underrated.
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