1910 Sixpence Choice Unc

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1910 Sixpence Choice Unc

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  • The only Australian sixpence issued under King Edward VII
  • Scarcely seen in premium grade.
  • Unquestionably rare in Choice Uncirculated, as here!
  • Do not miss this opportunity - click 'add to cart' now!

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Australia's colonies achieved Federation in 1901 - but it took nearly a decade for its first official currency issue to emerge! Struck in 1910, a threepence, sixpence, shilling and florin created history as Australia's first official coinage, issued with the portrait of King Edward VII.

Tragically, the King passed away that same year. As a result, the 1910 Sixpence is the only Australian sixpence issued during his reign.

Struck by the Royal Mint, London, Australia's first coins were issued in reasonable numbers. However, the 100+ years since issue have taken their toll on the number of high-quality examples. The 1910 Sixpence is rarely seen in premium grade - and especially in Choice Uncirculated condition, as here! Don't miss this tremendous opportunity - add this stunning predecimal gem to cart now!

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Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue1910
Weight (g)2.8300
Metal Purity (%)80.00
Diameter (mm)19.00
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