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1960-Y Penny

Elizabeth II


The 1960-Y penny was struck at the Perth mint as indicated by the dot mint-mark after the Y in PENNY.

The Y dot mintmark employed by the Perth mint.

The date is relatively easy to acquire in mint state with a number of bank rolls surfacing though collectors aiming to acquiring them beyond MS64 can find themselves with quite a challenge with carbon streaking and bagmarks being common to the date.

a facility that produces coinsA marking, usually a letter or dot that signifies which mint struck a particular coinSurface marks caused by impact from other coins during the handling process before the coin enters circulation
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