Pre-decimal Australian & UK coins, banknotes & world coins
Estimated value: $45 AUD Estimated grading: EF (extremely fine, 90% original design remaining)
1934 Australia 1P One Penny Coin
As with the halfpennies, the first Australian bronze pennies were struck in London for 1911. In 1912, the “H” mintmark for Heaton (England) was used.
The years 1913, 1914 and 1915 were minted in London (without mintmark) including a portion of 1915’s struck in Heaton, with “H” mintmark.
“I” for India mint marked coins were struck in 1916, 1917 and 1918.
The years 1919 and 1920 saw dots used as mintmarks in various areas of the reverse;
1919 dot below bottom scroll and double dots (One Dot above the top scroll and a dot below the bottom scroll).
1920 dot below bottom scroll, dot above bottom scroll, dot above top scroll and double dot (dot above top scroll and a dot below the bottom scroll).
From 1921 to 1936, the Melbourne Mint struck the majority of pennies, including the Sydney Mint up until its closure in 1926 and the Perth Mint for the year 1922.
Sovereign: King George V
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