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29-Feb-2012
User #12815


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I have a few of these in better condition than the one shown, as well as many others in the same condition ranging from 1939 - 1952. Could someone tell me how mine differs from the one shown here:

http://www.numisbid.com.au/Browse/PCGS/20888420/

Any idea approximately what mine might be worth?

Cheers for any feedback (:

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29-Feb-2012
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Walter Eigner Numismatics


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Alexander wrote:
I have a few of these in better condition than the one shown, as well as many others in the same condition ranging from 1939 - 1952. Could someone tell me how mine differs from the one shown here:

http://www.numisbid.com.au/Browse/PCGS/20888420/

Any idea approximately what mine might be worth?

Cheers for any feedback (:

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That coin has a dot after the Y indicating it was struck at the Perth mint, yours doesn't as it was struck at the Melbourne mint. Your coin also appears to have had its colour artificially changed.
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01-Mar-2012
User #12815


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That coin has a dot after the Y indicating it was struck at the Perth mint, yours doesn't as it was struck at the Melbourne mint. Your coin also appears to have had its colour artificially changed.[/quote]

I'm guessing the colour is as a result of my camera and not of it being changed as these coins were collected by my grandmother and sorted into envelopes according to year etc.

Thanks for letting me know about the differences though (:
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